Zenoss 3.0 is now available in alpha form. This is the first stage of feedback we will be gathering over the next couple months.
Here is where you can view the latest code: http://public-demo.zenoss.com
Note: The alpha is currently available for download: http://alpha.zenoss.com/files/2.5.70-alpha/
All community artifacts except for the appliance are present and tested. Have at it!
QA will be performing a Test Day this Thursday (April 22nd, 2010) on the new artifacts, and will be available to answer questions.
Edit - this was broken, and is being fixed by the developer - thanks for reporting this!
Chitambira - Viewing of the graphs was working when I checked for OS processes. However, processes that are not monitored no longer show the nav item, since they used to be empty anyway. Is this what you are seeing?
@chitambira Please see the public-demo device, as it is a real device being monitored, while many of the others are fake devices. The graphs for a particular component are visible for this device. I've uploaded a screenshot showing the graphs.
The screen shot you attached is for ipInterface. I was refereing to OSProcesses.
If public-demo is a real server, where are the graphs for os process /usr/sbin/httpd?
Check the attached screenshot
@chitambira - IPInterfaces and OSProcesses are both components of the device, so they work fundamentally the same way. For public-demo, we are only monitoring this one process, and the graphs for that component now work correctly.
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