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jNag 0.77 (re)released

So, once again my numptyness strikes…

The package for 0.77 included the wrong html file.

Here’s a reuploaded package with the correct file, and a new ‘returndata.php’

jNag 0.77 released

Sorry for the flurry of releases…

this changes the input of the ‘data source’ field, so you don’t have to strip the http from the beginning.  If you’ve already set jNag up and you’re upgrading your client it should handle this automatically.

jNag 0.76 released

This is a bugfix release that addresses the following issues:

  • ‘unable to connect’ issues
  • Acknowledgement issues

Support forum coming soon & more news from the repo

I’ve had a few people getting in touch through the ‘comments’ and ‘contact me’ sections of this site, but starting from tomorrow (or maybe the day after depending on my availability) I’ll be launching a forum so I can answer queries more easily and solicit suggestions on new features to add.

Advertising in Apps

So, I’ve starting looking into adding advertising into jNag to cover server costs etc and perhaps cover the $99 fee that I’d need to pay to develop an iPhone app. The latest version in the git repository has this code added, but I’m unsure whether to leave it in there or not.

Latest features in git repository

Since I’ve now got a github page where you can download the latest and greatest changes to jNag in between releases, I thought I’d start posting a little summary of those changes so you know what’s coming up in the next version.  here’s the changes I’ve made in the last couple of days:

jNag upcoming features (0.7.5)

So, here’s a quick insight into what I’m working on for the next release.  Rather than rush this out in a  couple of days like I have been doing, I’m planning on taking my time with this and maybe pushing it out at the end of next week.

jNag HTTPS support coming soon

The current version does not support HTTPS (although it’s easy enough to hack in).

I’m releasing a fix for this later on this evening (when I get home from work in an hour or so)

Thanks to Hubert de Heer for reporting this issue, and Christian Kreidl for reporting and independently fixing the problem as well!

jNag Android app now available

Not much more to say really… the current android client is just a straight copy of the web client, so no device notifications as yet.

Search for it on the market!

jNag 0.6 release

After literally days of hard work (well, a few hours maybe) here’s the long awaited 0.6 release of jNag.

This release offers:

  • Fancy image support
  • Full pnp graph support (see all your pnp graphs for your services)
  • More information for services / hosts
  • Proper CORS support (should fix issues with iPad / iPhone)
  • Filters out ‘generic event’ services (this was annoying me!)
  • a setup guide!  (well, sort of, I’m not very good at documentation)

Unfortunately there’s no demo, since it requires a functional livestatus install, and I don’t have one I’m willing to open up to the public… if anyone does have a non-critical nagios install they’d be willing to let me use as a demo server, hit me up via email.

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