13. 02. 2019 Benjamin Gröber NetEye Updates

Updated modules eventhandler, icinga2, icingaweb2, icingaweb2-module-director

Updated eventhandler to version 1.7.5 for NetEye 4.3 and NetEye 4.4:

  • Fix autosetup not running on cluster installations

Updated icinga2 to version 2.10.1_neteye1.4.9-1 for NetEye 4.4

  • Fix local icinga2 satellite API port not allowed in firewall for cluster installations
  • Fix local icinga2 satellite not starting after reboot

Updated icingaweb2 to version 2.6.1_neteye1.24.1-2 for NetEye 4.4

  • Fix some graphical issues due to Director module integration
  • Fix icinga user permission for icingacli check command

Updated icingaweb2-module-director to version 1.5.1_neteye1.5.2-1 for NetEye 4.4

  • Fix exception thrown when clicking on back button link in service-clone form

Benjamin Gröber

Benjamin Gröber

R&D Software Architect at Wuerth Phoenix
Hi, my name is Benjamin and I'm Software Architect in the System Integration Research & Development Team at Wuerth Phoenix. I discovered my passion for Computers and Technology when I got my first PC shortly after my 7th birthday in 1999. Using computers and playing with them soon got boring and so, just a few years later, I taught myself Visual Basic and entered the world of Software Development. Since then I loved trying to keep up with the short lived, fast evolving IT world and exploring new technologies, eventually putting them to good use. Lately I'm investing my free time in the relatively new languages Go and Rust.

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Benjamin Gröber

Hi, my name is Benjamin and I'm Software Architect in the System Integration Research & Development Team at Wuerth Phoenix. I discovered my passion for Computers and Technology when I got my first PC shortly after my 7th birthday in 1999. Using computers and playing with them soon got boring and so, just a few years later, I taught myself Visual Basic and entered the world of Software Development. Since then I loved trying to keep up with the short lived, fast evolving IT world and exploring new technologies, eventually putting them to good use. Lately I'm investing my free time in the relatively new languages Go and Rust.

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