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New entries have been added to the changelog, which records and displays changes made by the import module. This means that if you import from i-doit, iTOP or something, you can see which hosts were created or edited by the importer.
Dependency trees of the iTop CMDB can now also be displayed directly in openITCOCKPIT. All objects that exist in openITCOCKPIT also show the compressed status (as within maps), so that you can quickly find out the root cause of your problems.
The change calendar is a dashboard widget that can be used to announce upcoming changes or simply document them. You can create as many calendars as you like and the widget is able to display either only one or several calendars.
The calendar can of course also be displayed in the openITCOCKPIT Desktop App.
And as a special feature, the change calendar can also integrate Sharepoint calendars.
Host and service lists now show directly whether it is a hardstate or softstate. The softstate is represented by a lighter red colour.
Many thanks to protob for his translation of openITCOCKPIT into Polish.
We resolved an issue that occurred when updating Debian 11 to Debian 12. Only arm64 based systems (like the Raspberry Pi) where affected by this. Please see our documentation how to update openITCOCKPIT systems.
For a complete list of new features, fixed bugs and improvements, please see the changelog
Please see the official documentation of how to update openITCOCKPIT.
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