[hobbit] What's the benefit to change to the latest Xymon version?

Josh Luthman josh at imaginenetworksllc.com
Tue Aug 25 16:01:21 CEST 2009

I am with Greg on this :)

On 8/25/09, Greg Hubbard <glh.forums at gmail.com> wrote:
> It seems to me that this is the usual question when ever any software
> changes versions -- is the pain of the upgrade offset by the "improvements"
> in the in new release?  Everyone has to perform their own analysis.
> The obvious reason to upgrade is to "stay current" -- most "bug fix"
> activity is based on current releases, and new features are also based on
> current releases.  I don't think there are enough Xymon developers to
> maintain several version families over the long haul.
> But -- no one is going to make you upgrade.  If you are satisfied with your
> current release -- stick with it and spend your time on other things!  The
> release I use is pretty old, too -- testing the "latest" release is
> something I plan to do "when I get around to it"...
> On 8/25/09, mario andre <rower.master at gmail.com> wrote:
>> This is my question too... I've changed some code in 4.2.0 and to me is
>> very stable.
>> best regards,
>> Panza.
>> On Mon, Aug 24, 2009 at 9:34 PM, Heinelt Maik <maik at vegasystems.com>wrote:
>>> Hi,
>>> I have running a stable Hobbit 4.2 Server on a CentOS 4.8.
>>> I also use Devmon and several other plugins to monitor our Server,
>>> Switches, Modem etc.
>>> Can anyone tell me any points, why it could be interesting for me to
>>> build
>>> up a new Xymon server?
>>> I mean, are there any interesting, new features in Xymon, that an upgrade
>>> make sense?
>>> Maik
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