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 monitorix-3.11.0-1.el6 (FEDORA-EPEL-2019-960e45c21f)
 A free, open source, lightweight system monitoring tool
Update Information:

Monitorix 3.11.0 has been released!  Important notice for people that is still
using versions 3.10.0 or older: This one fixes a cross-site scripting (XSS)
vulnerability that was already announced and fixed in the 3.10.1 version.  This
new version introduces one new graph: the Ambient Sensors graph. This graph is
intended for gathering temperature values from any kind of external sensors.
Each defined sensor is associated to a command line that will be executed by
Monitorix to get the temperature. It also support alerts to notify when the
value is above or below from a defined threshold.  Besides the fact that this
new version only comes with one new graph, it really includes interesting new
features. One of the most important is the new option 'autocheck_responsiveness'
(enabled by default), that hopefully should fix those so annoying hangups in the
HTTP built-in server.  Another interesting change is the new way of how the
memory graph will be shown in Linux systems. The value used will be recalculated
as used = MemTotal - MemFree - Buffers - Cached - SReclaimable - SUnreclaim
which will ensure that Monitorix will be in sync with the Used column in the
output of newer free command, and with the -/+ buffers/cache row of the older
free command.  The ZFS graph has also changed, it now includes more information
for each pool defined with the number of operations and the bandwidth used.  By
popular demand, I've finally included in Multihost mode the ability to show all
graphs of a single server and even all graphs from all remote servers. In the
later case, you must keep in mind that in order to see all graphs, the remote
servers must have the same configuration file than the host from where you are
viewing them all.  It's important to notice that this new feature has a
potential risk if there is defined a considerable amount of remote servers and
the user selects the option "All" in the Hostname list and "All graphs" in the
Graph list. This is something that may happen now accidentally and the browser
may hang for a while due to the huge amount of images to download remotely from
different servers.  In order to prevent precisely that, this new feature comes
with a new option called default_option_when_all that defines which option in
the Graph list ('System load" by default) will be selected automatically when
the user selects 'All' in the Hostname list. Of course, the user is still able
to change it to "All graphs" at any moment, and at his own risk :-).  The rest
of new features, changes and bugs fixed are, as always, reflected in the Changes
file.  Please, check the monitorix.conf(5) man page for all the details.
NOTICE: The configuration file monitorix.conf has been extended with important
changes.  All users still using older versions are advised and encouraged to
upgrade to this version. Regards.

* Thu Mar 14 2019 Jordi Sanfeliu <> - 3.11.0-1
- Updated to 3.11.0.

  [ 1 ] Bug #1688846 - monitorix-3.11.0 is available

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