This release fixes a regression introduced with namespaces in 2.10 where advanced permission filters could result in a crash with many concurrent requests. It also fixes the problem that permission filters are sometimes not applied correctly. Thanks VSHN for sponsoring the development time!

Another problem hidden in the dark was introduced in 2.9 with changed reload signals. This caused the reload shutdown handler to deactivate host and hostgroup objects in the IDO database backend, with later activating them on startup reconnect. Large scale environments would suffer from seconds to minutes not seeing objects in Icinga Web 2 then.

Last but not least, our road to better code quality unveiled that certain compilers don’t treat us well with shared pointers references and resulting crashes. This release fixes crashes with logrotate signals and other timer related problems, e.g. state file handling.

We’ve also added some documentation improvements for the REST API, object types, feature overview and technical concepts with JSON-RPC cluster messages – inspired by the feedback from our Icinga Discourse 🙂

Checkout the full changelog for 2.10.5 here. Please note that SLES11 and Ubuntu14 packages are not available anymore. 

Special thanks goes out to Elias Ohm from novomind AG 🙂 He’s been debugging and fixing the many issues with us together, magnificent team work!

Note: API and cluster/agent related problems will be fixed in 2.11, requiring us to rewrite large parts of the code base. You can help test the snapshot packages and provide feedback. Thanks in advance!