05. 03. 2018 Davide Bizzarri NetEye Updates

NetEye 3.12 Packages Updates

neteye-documentation-3.12.4-1:

  • Bugfix: check_oracle_health error (NP-25)

neteye-documentation-3.12.3-1:

  • Improved documentation on Kibana (ND-45)
  • Bugfix: Added note about Business Process Availability to clarify start time (ND-50)
  • Updated information about Agreed Service Times in business services documentation (ND-57)
  • BugFix: Added note about updating repository definitions for passive node (ND-58)
  • Updated Alyvix URLs and file paths (ND-60)

neteye-eventconsole-3.2.3-1:

  • Fixed bug in delaysetseverity functionality of check_msgconsole (NEC-12)

neteye-monarch-4.4.7-1:

  • Incorrect availability is reported when an OK SOFT state occurs after a NON-OK HARD state (NMONARCH-116)
  • Improved performance of getPriority() (NMONARCH-130)

nfsen-1.3.7_neteye1.2.4-1:

  • Fixed init script exit code is wrong when collector or daemon died for unknown reason (NFSEN-12)

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Davide Bizzarri

Davide Bizzarri

R&D Software Engineer at Würth Phoenix
Hi, I'm Davide! I’m a full stack developer at Würth Phoenix. I started to use a PC at the age of ten when my parents bought our first family PC: an old Windows 98. Then, in high school, my professor introduced me to the world of software development by teaching me my first programming language, C. Since then I began to study IT and programming languages alone. After one year, I started to develop my first website that reached over one thousand views per day. Once I finished high school, I changed my job twice, until Würth Phoenix has hired me. Here I have learned many interesting things, one of the most important once is the agile development methodology which we living every day.

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Davide Bizzarri

Hi, I’m Davide! I’m a full stack developer at Würth Phoenix. I started to use a PC at the age of ten when my parents bought our first family PC: an old Windows 98. Then, in high school, my professor introduced me to the world of software development by teaching me my first programming language, C. Since then I began to study IT and programming languages alone. After one year, I started to develop my first website that reached over one thousand views per day. Once I finished high school, I changed my job twice, until Würth Phoenix has hired me. Here I have learned many interesting things, one of the most important once is the agile development methodology which we living every day.

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