New Releases for Icinga 2, Icinga Web and Icinga DB Web available

by | Nov 8, 2022

We’ve been working on a bunch of minor releases lately. Today we’re happy to announce new versions for Icinga 2, Icinga Web and the Icinga DB Web module. Check out the details below.

Icinga 2 v2.13.6

Today we are releasing Icinga 2.13.6. The main focus is improved performance of Icinga DB and apply rules. Additionally, it includes bug fixes related to config loading and API permissions.

Bugfixes

  • Improve the throughput of the Icinga DB feature. #9550
  • Multiple changes to speed up evaluation of apply rules. #9559 #9565 #9558
  • Fix a possible crash on config loading related to ignore_on_error. #9560
  • Check API user permission on objects returned by joins. #9561
  • Windows: update bundled Boost and OpenSSL versions. #9562 #9567

 

Icinga Web v2.11.2

The new versions brings performance improvements and general fixes. Most notable of which are that having e.g. notifications disabled globally is now visible in the menu again and that the event history is grouped by days again.

You can find all issues related to this release on our Roadmap

 

Icinga DB Web v1.0.2

Notable fixes in this release are that the GenericTTS module is now supported and that the legacy integration of modules with no official support for Icinga DB Web is working again, even if the monitoring module is disabled. Action and Note URLs, which disappeared with v1.0.1, are also visible again.

Some enhancements also found their way in this release. They include improved compatibility with Icinga DB’s asynchronous behaviour and its migration tool included in the upcoming Icinga DB v1.1 release.

You can find all issues related to this release on the respective Milestone

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