Cacti,Network traffic graphics monitoring,analysis tools

Cacti is a complete network graphing solution designed to harness the power of RRDTool‘s data storage and graphing functionality. Cacti provides a fast poller, advanced graph templating, multiple data acquisition methods, and user management features out of the box. All of this is wrapped in an intuitive, easy to use interface that makes sense for LAN-sized installations up to complex networks with thousands of devices.

What’s new on Cacti v1.1.3?

issue#620: The table poller_data_template_field_mappings can get out of sync when manipulating data templates

issue#622: Can not connect to MySQL over a socket

issue#628: Cacti upgrade process is complex and error pront for developers

issue#635: Error when saving change to data template

issue#637: When displaying tree graphs, use the same layout as preview mode

issue#646: When a plugin is disabled during page operations, warnings can appear

issue#651: Unable to view cacti log (because of allowed memory size exhausted)

issue#657: Error in log when host is down, using icmp and using cmd.php on FreeBSD

issue: List for creating a Graph type shows already added Graph Templates

issue: Fix and undefined variable on data source page when first creating a manual data


issue: Remove tabindex and other non-required manual aria controls from pages

issue: Table type and column type in poller_output table wrong

issue: FILTER_VALIDATE_MAC not defined on PHP less than 5.5

issue: When changing your language Cacti would not do a full page refresh

feature#106: Paginated CLOG and log administration

feature: Dutch translations

feature: Responsive Graphs page

feature: Convert forms from table based to div based for responsive design

feature: Better support for phones and tablets

feature: Simplified installation code to facilitate easier release cycle

feature: Updating Tablesorter to v2.28.9, adding widgets and pager


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