RSS All releases tagged Stable

  •  04 Mar 2014 12:00

Release Notes: The main changes in this are a DB data integrity report, a change of DB text field collation to Unicode, a new tag assignment UI, display of point-to-point IP neighbors, rack power consumption auto-calculation, fixes for some security issues, and bugfixes. This release concludes the active phase of 0.20.x development. After that, 0.20.x releases will contain only bugfixes, letting the developers to focus on the preparation of the 0.21 release.

  •  20 Dec 2012 05:13

Release Notes: In this stable release, a few bugs were fixed and two new features were implemented: abstract tags and integration with the Munin monitoring system.

  •  05 Apr 2011 21:10

Release Notes: This release is the first in the new stable branch of RackTables (0.19.x). It fixes most of the issues discovered during 0.19 beta testing and is recommended for all users.

  •  15 Jun 2010 14:57

Release Notes: This is the first stable release in the 0.18 series of RackTables. It features better Slackware support, Nexus-related fixes (802.1Q support and CDP), a fix in the ports editor form, and support for the Huawei NDP protocol. This release is recommended for all users of 0.17.x versions of RackTables (except those using RHEL/CentOS Linux distributions, which should consult the README file first).

  •  22 Jul 2009 18:10

Release Notes: This release features a number of new records in the dictionary and a completely new implementation of the SNMP querying tab. It also features visible improvements in the searching and records filtering code. Some of the bugs reported for previous release have been fixed (including handling of user accounts and image rendering). There are new autotags for records filtering and a "knight" helper button in the IPv4 browser. This release is recommended for all users of the stable branch.

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