I’ve not really had chance to work on jNag over the last couple of days, but I managed to snatch an hour at lunch yesterday to refactor some code and do some architectural changes in preperation for 0.4. The major new feature for this release will be a ‘livestatus‘ backend in addition to the current statusjson system. You’ll be able to switch between the two by a simple config change.
Other planned features include:
- Multiple server support
- Configuration page (for jNag)
- Nagios control page (restart Nagios, reschedule checks etc)
If there’s any other features you’d like to see added, feel free to comment. And look out for jNag 0.4 in the next couple of days.