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xymon-client_4.3.17_amd64.deb 2014-02-23 489.0 kB 22 weekly downloads
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xymon-client_4.3.17_i386.deb 2014-02-23 472.2 kB 0
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README 2014-02-23 2.4 kB 0
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<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> * * * Release notes for Xymon 4.3.17 * * * <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> This is a bug-fix release only. The most critical bugfix solves the problem of xymon crashing when sending it a "schedule" command to schedule a future disable/enable of a test. This release fixes a few problems with building Xymon from source on Solaris, and in some uncommon configurations. <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> * * * Release notes for Xymon 4.3.16 * * * <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> The only user-visible change since 4.3.14 is the new support for regular expressions in client-local.cfg. 4.3.15 accidentally caused all matching sections in client-local.cfg to be merged, so a host would receive both a host-specific configuration and the OS-default configuration. 4.3.16 reverts this behaviour unless you run xymond with the new "--merge-clientconfig" option. <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> * * * Release notes for Xymon 4.3.14 * * * <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> In previous Xymon versions, a client-only configuration (i.e. one configured with "./configure --client") would place the client files in a "client" subdirectory below the directory specified during configuration. This is the same directory layout as a server installation, where the server and client parts of Xymon are in separate subdirectories. In 4.3.14, the default has changed so a client-only installation now installs in the directory given during the configure-step. The "/client" has been eliminated, so if you are upgrading an existing client you must either move the old client installation one level up from the "client/" directory, or change the Makefile generated by "configure --client" and add "/client" to the XYMONTOPDIR setting. The SNI support added in 4.3.13 causes problems with some older webservers, whose SSL implementation cannot handshake correctly when SNI is used. The failed handshake causes Xymon to report the site as down. In 4.3.14, the default is changed so SNI is disabled. A new "--sni" option was added to xymonnet to control the default setting, and two new tags "sni" and "nosni" can be used in hosts.cfg to control SNI for each host that is tested.
Source: README, updated 2014-02-23

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