Icinga Web 2.5.2 Bugfix Release

by | Apr 26, 2018

We are happy to announce a new bugfix release for Icinga Web 2.
Official packages are available on packages.icinga.com. Community repositories might need a while to catch up.
You can find issues and features related to this release on our Roadmap.

UI Changes

The sidebar’s search behaviour has been changed so that it does only react to user-input after the user stopped typing. Also, the cursor does not jump to the end of form-inputs anymore in case of an auto-refresh. We’ve also fixed an issue that caused custom icons to be inverted when placed in the sidebar. Last but not least, the header now expands its width beyond the 3840px mark and single dashlets do not show a horizontal scrollbar anymore.
 

PHP7 MSSQL Compatibility

Support for Microsoft’s sqlsrv extension has been added. Also, it’s now possible to setup MSSQL resources in the front-end using the dblib extension.
 

Proper Error Responses

An issue introduced with v2.5.1 has been resolved where some errors (especially HTTP 404 Not Found) were masked by another subsequent error.
 

Broken LDAP Group Memberships

An issue introduced with v2.5.1 has been resolved where users with a domain in their name were not associated with any LDAP groups.
 

Monitoring Module

Issuing a check using the “Check Now” action now properly causes a check being made by Icinga 2 even if outside the timeperiod. (Note: This issue was only present if using the Icinga 2 Api as command transport.)
 

Login/Logout Expandability

It’s now possible for modules to provide hooks for the user authorization. This for example allows to transparently authenticate users in third-party applications such as Grafana.

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