For those of you who wish to continue running NAV 3.15 for while, the seventh maintenance release of this series is now available for download at Launchpad: https://launchpad.net/nav/3.15/3.15.7
This release fixes 12 reported issues:
* LP#1251211 (portadmin wishlist: option to reset active interface whene changing vlan) * LP#1285601 (Switch ports on non-existant VLANs on Cisco switches don't appear as switch ports in NAV) * LP#1287700 (SeedDB will readily accept serial numbers with trailing spaces) * LP#1289219 (affected displays no information on nodes not in topology) * LP#1289320 (Submitting invalid alert subscription forms cause crash instead of error message) * LP#1291956 (LDAP auth against MS AD broken since NAV 3.14.1592653) * LP#1291978 (User supplied login name is not escaped in LDAP search filters, causing possible injection vulnerabilities) * LP#1292513 (sysname/reverse dns lookups are inconsistent or lacking after a bulk import) * LP#1293621 (missing cascade in table accounttool) * LP#1295092 (Only modules and power supplies on first member are collected from stacked HP 2920) * LP#1297200 (powersupplywatch crashes when there are more than ~1024 devices to poll) * LP#1297767 (Django exposes sensitive data like: username/password)
Please report further bugs at https://launchpad.net/nav/+filebug
A binary package for Debian Wheezy has been made available in our APT repository, as usual.
Happy NAVing everyone!