History

Documentation

Old version of the documentation can be found here:

0.5.2

  • New REST Api
  • Much improved documentation
  • Numerous bugfixes and minor enhancements

For more details see Whats new in 0.5.2

0.5.1

The main goals of the 0.5.1 was to add event subsystem and make fix bugs/issues. In addition to this the installer has been rewritten as well as the documentation.

  • Event subsystem
  • New documentation
  • New installer
  • Numerous bugfixes and minor enhancements

For more details see Whats new in 0.5.1

0.5.0

The main goals of the 0.5.0 is t make NSClient++ easier to use and more future proof.

  • New and improved WebUI
  • Metrics support
  • Improved clients and better support for graphite et.al.
  • Fixed count in filters which was not working before
  • Added floating point number support to filters
  • Numerous bugfixes and minor enhancements

For more details see Whats new in 0.5.0

0.4.4

The main goals of the 0.4.4 was to get the new installer out.

  • New installer

For more details see Whats new in 0.4.4

0.4.3

The main goals of the 0.4.3 was stability and fix all outstanding issues and annoyances and any new issues from 0.4.2.

  • Enhanced Usability
  • Bug-fixes
  • WEB UI
  • REST Support
  • Deprecated insecure legacy check_nrpe SSL
  • Linux Packages

For more details see Whats new in 0.4.3

0.4.2

The main goal of the 0.4.2 update is to create a new modern check subsystem.

This means all checks will get:

  • help command line options to get help
  • proper documentation
  • the same or similar syntax
  • “real-time” options in many instances

For more details see Whats new in 0.4.2

0.4.1

  • First stable release of the new rewritten NSClient++
  • New check system with support for real time checks
  • Improved stability in many protocols
  • Improved settings system
  • Simplified command-line syntax
  • Simpler to build NSClient++

For more details see Whats new in 0.4.1

0.4.0

  • Protocols Many new protocols supported:
  • Scripting There is a brand new plugin/script API which has been extended to allow extensions in:
  • Settings Brand new flexible settings sub systems which supports many new formats as well as generation and inclusion between formats.
  • Numerous bugfixes and minor enhancements

For more details see Whats new in 0.4.0