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This version introduces two new graphs to monitor unlimited number of Lighttpd web servers and Fail2ban jails. Also the MTA statistics graph has been enhanced convering much more information and including full support for Postfix. As always, all graphs have been created following the classical Monitorix style, while at the same time, attempting to be as much complete as possible.

The following is an example of the new Lighttpd graph:

Lighttpd graph

The new Fail2ban graph also covers unlimited number of group of jails with a maximum of 9 jails per group. Each group is represented on a separated graph.

The following is an example of the new Fail2ban graph:

Fail2ban graph

The new Mail statistics graph covers much more information including the network traffic and the size of the current queue. The following is a comparison between the old and the new Mail statistics graph:

Old Mail graph New Mail graph

Others graphs like Apache and MySQL have been also extended to include the ability to monitor unlimited number of servers either local or remote. Also, in the case of MySQL the mysql command is no longer required, and this has introduced the new Perl-DBI dependency.

Please, check the monitorix.conf(5) man page for all the details.

The rest of changes and bugs fixed are, as always, reflected in the Changes file.

I want to give a big thanks to users Izzy, Maff and HoleCarpenter from the Monitorix channel in Freenode for testing all these the new features and bring back useful information.

IMPORTANT NOTICE: The configuration file monitorix.conf has been extended with important changes.

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