One of your new year's resolutions should be, to update your openITCOCKPIT .
Whenever a new version of openITCOCKPIT is available, you will see a notice at the package manager:
From time to time we need to do some long running database updates. For this reason you should always run the update from a
While the database update is in progress, your monitoring is still available and schedules checks.
Long running database updates will always print a status information, like in the following example:
Convert table nagios_logentries from int to bigint(20) unsigned. This could take awhile...
All database changes will be applied full automatically - no manual action is required.
All openITCOCKPIT configuration files, are located in the directory
If you have modified one of the configuration files manually,
apt will offer you the following options:
Most of the time you will see this notice for the file
/etc/openitcockpit/nagios.cfg. This will happen, if we update the Nagios or Naemon Core to a new version.
To avoid any issues, you should always use the
nagios.cfg we ship with our packages (Option 1). Experienced users can also merge the files together.
To reapply your manual changes, after the update is done, you should create a backup of the file
cp /etc/openitcockpit/nagios.cfg /root/nagios.cfg_upgrade
tmux sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get dist-upgrade
Yes, that's all .
Happy new year, your openITCOCKPIT Team!
To avoid manual user actions, our packages will update your sources.list automatically, to use the new repository.
However, we are still monitoring a few downloads from the old repository.
As already mentioned, usually openITCOCKPIT will update automatically to the new repository.
Via the Interface
Browse to Administration Package Manager. If you are still on the old repository, you will see the following warning:
Via the CLI
Make sure that the file
/etc/apt/sources.list.d/openitcockpit.list contains our new repository
Import the repository key:
apt-key adv --recv --keyserver hkp://keyserver.ubuntu.com 1148DA8E
Add the new repository to your sources.list. In this example for Ubuntu Xenial:
echo 'deb https://packages.openitcockpit.com/repositories/xenial xenial main' > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/openitcockpit.list apt-get update
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