A second beta version of the next NAV feature release, version 3.13.0b2, is now available for download at Launchpad: https://launchpad.net/nav/3.13/3.13.0b2
The 3.13.0b2 fixes the following reported issues since b1:
* LP#309705 (Add RSS feed for messages) * LP#735521 (Tracking machines behind a port where the name has changed fails) * LP#1014513 (Ajax calls need to handle session timeout) * LP#1062136 (linkState events should be sent only for redundant links) * LP#1062197 (ipdevinfo DNS table should be on a separate tab) * LP#1062200 (ipdevinfo needs a port view tab for physical ports) * LP#1083511 (MachineTracker form data is reset on result page) * LP#1092154 (Portadmin crash when unicode characters in ifalias) * LP#1092156 (Portadmin crash when it cannot find a netbox by name or ip,- and interface by id) * LP#1092848 (logengine regression: crash on various non-Cisco syslog entries) * LP#1099321 (cricket frontpage displays !short-desc!) * LP#1099393 (ipdevinfo room link should link to new room info) * LP#1099412 (room opt fields with links should be clickable in room view) * LP#1102923 (eventEngine doesn't fallback to default alert message template) * LP#1102924 (Missing alert templates for upsPowerState alerts) * LP#1103403 (servicestate plugin doesn't add service details to alerts) * LP#1103455 (active ip collector is insanely slow) * LP#1103459 (active ip collector does not detect that it is running) * LP#1103505 (arnold crashes on manual detention) * LP#1103923 (vlan view breadcrumbs missing) * LP#1103926 (Unhandled errors in eventengine topology evaluation cause events to be ignored) * LP#1103929 (Netbox.up winds up out of sync with actual alert-based box state)
Remember, this is still beta status, and should not necessarily be considered production ready. 3.13 features three major rewrites, one for the eventengine, one for the port blocker, Arnold, and one for the syslog analyzer web interface.
If you want to help us test the beta version, you are most welcome. Don't forget to check out the release notes, and please report bugs at https://launchpad.net/nav/+filebug :-)
Until Morten Werner Forsbring is back on his feet, we have uploaded an unofficial Debian Squeeze package for your perusal here (based on Werner's work):
Happy NAVing everyone!