This bugfix is related to the DRBD service that didn’t start on boot after the upgrade from NetEye 4.4. For Neteye 4.5 we updated: neteye-setup to version 1.7.5-1
Be part of a full-day event comprising presentations and workshops that will drive tangible innovation for the years ahead. We’ll have a blast learning from peers and experts, sharing knowledge, and making lasting connections on the future of NetEye. The agenda is out now, if not already registered, take the opportunity to assure your presence now…. Read More
Updated neteye-api to version 2.0.2-2: Fixed VSphere automatic tests Updated neteye-histou to version 0.4.3_neteye1.0.4-1: Render image not working on monitoring perfdata dashboard
The Safed agent can be configured via https and send its collected logs to the log collector though a TLS connection. The latest released version – 1.9.1 – supports TLS 1.2 (at a minimum) and TLS 1.3. The first step is to upload the private key, the local certificate and the CA certificate to the… Read More
In my last user guide blog I showed you how to create your own menu item, create a space on the file system, write a sample page, and store an image for that page, all in a way that will survive future updates. This time I want to show you how to use your custom… Read More
Infrastructures get reorganized, organizations grow and naming conventions change. Icinga2 nodes can reliably trust each other by following the guidelines for certificate generation and building a dedicated certificate chain. Certificates rely on hostnames and DNS, which aren’t usually subject to changes, but it does happen sometimes. What then? First of all, all certificates in NetEye’s… Read More
DRBD 9 allows configurations to have multi node replication without stacking. In this post I will briefly describe how to define a multi-node DRBD resource, and highlight the differences for pacemaker cluster integration.
As we do every year, we participated again this year at FOSDEM, the largest conference on free and open source software in Europe. Apart from having really nice conversations and grabbing many stickers 🙂 , we attended many very inspiring talks this year, too.
In an earlier post we saw how to extend the NetEye Perl API (http://www.neteye-blog.com/2017/06/how-to-extend-or-modify-the-apis/). By popular request, today we will stay at a higher level and walk through some simple use cases: * Searching for Objects * Adding new Objects * Removing Objects
In the latest releases of our dashboarding solution, Grafana, support for new relational datasources is included. These new datasources give us the ability to build native dashboards with relational datasets. In this blog I’d like to walk you through building up a high level dashboard for monitoring events. The data we want to query is… Read More
ChangeLog neteye-api: * Tue Jun 20 2017 Benjamin Groeber – 1.8.4-1 – Fixed possible segmentation fault during SOAP request in multi backend environments ChangeLog neteye-syslogview: * Fri Jun 16 2017 Davide Bizzarri – 3.4.13-1 – Fixed update of Logstash config when new groups created (NSV-74) * Wed May 31 2017 Sandro Santinato – 3.4.12-1 –… Read More
After a long test phase today we released a new version of our NetEye base OS packages, which is CentOS 6.9. It provides various bug fixes and improvements. For a change log see CentOS 6.9 Release Notes. There are no problems for customers continuing using CentOS 6.8.
On May 16 you can meet us at the Internet of Things conference. We will discuss about the new challenges for the IT management in the digital transformation process including IoT, Smart City, Cloud and Big Data. Only the companies that react rapidly to the changing needs of the market are able to maintain a… Read More