NAV 3.10.1 is now available for download at Launchpad: https://launchpad.net/nav/3.10/3.10.1
This maintenance release contains fixes for the following reported issues, as well as a few other minor tweaks:
* LP#903096 (Ampersand in organization id crashes ipdevinfo) * LP#904605 (netboxinfo subcat column links to a failing page) * LP#906763 (SyntaxError in powersupplywatch.py on Python < 2.6) * LP#906845 (Status on front page shows device on maintenance as down) * LP#906850 (Alert Profiles NoReverseMatch error under Django 1.3) * LP#907193 (COMMIT/ROLLBACK error after deleting device (Django 1.3)) * LP#907204 (seeddb crashes while adding an already existing switch) * LP#907741 (NAV 3.10 pping inaccurately reports multitudes of devices as down when pinging self) * LP#907772 (navtopology crashes with TypeError) * LP#910849 (ipdevpoll wastes time and I/O bandwidth with unnecessary SQL UPDATEs) * LP#910855 (navtopology doesn't avoid multiple instances) * LP#911684 (radius accounting log crashes when searching) * LP#911786 (servicemon stops sending events)
Also, as Adrian Bucurica discovered, there may be issues with how NAV handles time unless you're in the Europe/Oslo (CET/CEST) time zone. nav.conf has been updated to reflect the availability of the TIME_ZONE option.
Please report bugs at https://launchpad.net/nav/+filebug :-)
Binary packages for Debian will be made available as soon as possible. The Debian package is maintained by Morten Werner Forsbring, on commission From UNINETT.
Happy NAVing everyone!