Current VersionArchive

Version 5.5.5

Release Date
  • 13-April-2022


Major Features
Image Map Panel Update

Statseeker’s Image Map panel now offers the ability to add links and configure those links to report timeseries or event data. This functionality greatly expands the range of use-cases for the Image Map panel, including the creation of interactive network topology maps.

For more details, see Image Map.



Ping RTT Comparison Dashboard

Offers a detailed view into the historical Ping data for a device, or directly compares that data across two devices. The dashboard features:

  • Variable driven coloring rules – dynamically assign threshold values to suit the specific devices being reviewed in the dashboard and have the data colored according to those values
  • Drilldowns to historical ping-outage data




System and Administration
Product Changes
  • OS updated to FreeBSD 12.3-RELEASE-p3, for details see the FreeBSD website
  • Statseeker deployment options are now available in the Azure Marketplace
  • Added support for SNMP v2 and 3 trap messages
  • Added the ability to assign groups to users during the user configuration process
  • Implemented a range of platform and module security improvements
  • Improved the performance of discovery and rewalk processes
  • Updated minimum disk size requirement for RNAs
  • RNA images now include open-vm-tools
  • Updated timezone list content
  • Updated a number of services to prevent potential data loss arising from entity remapping in specific circumstances
Resolved Issues
  • Resolved an issue that could cause data polling to halt when log files were rotated in extremely large networks
  • Resolved an issue that could create dead processes after SNMPwalks
  • Addressed an issue which could inadvertently set the device naming scheme to ‘manual’
  • Resolved an issue where certain Dashboard Preferences settings could corrupt system configuration entries
  • Resolved an issue which could cause groups to be incorrectly populated after entities were deleted from Statseeker
  • Resolved an issue where the database pruning process could cause interruptions to timeseries polling
  • Addressed an issue where a corrupt timefilter configuration could prevent the reporting Console from loading
  • Addressed an issue causing the ‘Retire Device’ process to fail in some instances
  • Resolved an issue preventing High-Availability fail-overs on servers using Radius authentication
  • Resolved an issue where upgrading a server with corrupt server options entries resulted in Dashboards being unavailable
  • Addressed an issue where device state was not correctly recorded if that state changed while restoring a server from backup
  • Polling of interfaces that had been disabled due to exceeding license limits is re-enabled once that limit is not longer exceeded




Reporting
Product Changes
  • Added the ability for the Statseeker server to report on it’s own health metrics
Resolved Issues
  • Device filters are now correctly applied to default syslog reports
  • Resolved an issue where packet counts of “0”‘ were displayed as “-0” in specific instances
  • Resolved an issue that caused MAC-IP records for interfaces with stable IP’s to be dropped form MAC-IP reports in some instances
  • Resolved an issue causing the default Interface SLA Availability report to fail on some new installs
  • The Console “Clear Filters” button now works as intended
  • Resolved an issue causing additional email scheduler windows to be launched when adding reports to a schedule
  • Resolved an issue causing incorrect data in the Device Viewer’s recent events reports




Dashboards
Product Changes
  • Added new default dashboards:
    • Ping RTT Comparison
    • Statseeker Server Overview
    • Statseeker Process Details
  • Added the ability to create configurable links within Image Map panels
  • Added the ability to reference variable values in coloring rule configurations
  • Expanded the timefilter options for panel specific timefilter overrides
  • Improved the geolocation data precision within Worldmap panels
  • Dashboard favorites are now available from the Dashboards item in the main navigator
  • Minor updates to some default dashboards
  • Expanded the range of data format presentation options in panel configurations
  • Legacy dashboards are unavailable on new installs and read-only on upgraded servers
Resolved Issues
  • Imagemap icons are now available on High Availability deployments
  • Addressed an issue with some drilldown link configurations in the default Asset Overview dashboard




Thresholds & Alerting
Product Changes
  • Improved the load time for both the Threshold and Alert configuration screens
Resolved Issues
  • Alert email previews now display correctly formatted output
  • Excessive SNMPTrap message length no longer causes associated alerts to fail




API v2.1 r13
Product Changes

For details on all API resource level endpoints, see Resource Reference.

  • removed API Resources:
    • cdt_cisco_port_qos_cos_stats  (Deprecated Cisco Port QoS COS Stats)
    • cdt_cisco_port_qos_dscp_stats  (Deprecated Cisco Port QoS DSCP Stats)
    • cdt_cisco_port_qos_egress_queue_stats  (Deprecated Cisco Port QoS Egress Queue Stats)
    • cdt_cisco_port_qos_stats  (Deprecated Cisco Port QoS Stats)
    • cdt_f5_loadbalance  (Deprecated F5 LoadBalance Pool Connections)
    • cdt_f5_loadbalance_member  (Deprecated F5 LoadBalance Pool Member Connections)
    • cdt_f5_loadbalance_virtual  (Deprecated F5 LoadBalance Virtual Server)
    • cdt_virtual_memory  (Deprecated Virtual Memory)
Modified API Resources: updated fields, permissions and datatypes
  • Most resources now allow the poll state to be updated (supports PUT)
  • cdt_apcon_port
    • speed – supports PUT
  • cdt_cisco_ipsla: added the following fields
    • packetLossPercent
    • rttMonLatestIcmpJitterPktLoss
    • rttMonLatestJitterOperNumOfRTT
    • rttMonLatestJitterOperPacketLateArrival
    • rttMonLatestJitterOperPacketLossDS
    • rttMonLatestJitterOperPacketLossSD
    • rttMonLatestJitterOperPacketMIA
    • rttMonLatestJitterOperPacketOutOfSequence
  • cdt_device
    • latitude – supports POST
    • longitude – supports POST
  • cdt_juniper_ping – added the following field
    • OwnerIndex
  • cdt_memory_cisco
    • memoryDesc – supports PUT
  • cdt_memory_juniper
    • memoryDesc – supports PUT
  • cdt_poe_main: added the following field
    • percentUsed
  • cdt_poe_main_cisco: added the following field
    • percentUsed
  • cdt_ups_apc: removed the following field
    • batteryReplaceIndicator
  • event
    • entityid – no longer supports PUT
  • object: added the following fields
    • allow_grouping
    • allow_reporting
    • allow_discovery
    • poller
    • inherited_by




Upgrade Paths

Statseeker supports the following upgrade paths to v5.5.5:

  • v5.5.4 -> v5.5.5

For details and instructions on upgrading your Statseeker server, refer to: Statseeker Upgrade Guides

Version 5.5.4
Release Date
  • 28-July-2021

Major Features
Baseline Data and Anomaly Detection

By providing historical baseline data (raw data, calculated metrics and graphical overlays) you are able to compare current network behavior to historical norms, quickly and simply identifying unusual/anomalous behavior. For more information, see Baselining.




Authentication Update

Statseeker now offers configurable token-based authentication for file, LDAP and RADIUS authentication methods. In addition, Statseeker offers authentication through 3rd party SAML-based authentication services, see User Authentication for details.



Syslog and Server-Health Dashboards

New Syslog and Server Health dashboards are available from the Default Dashboards folder. Copy and customize these dashboards to satisfy your Syslog and Server Health monitoring needs.




Trendline Analytics Update

Additional trendline analytic options allow for quick and simple configurations of reports, dashboards and thresholds to highlight both large changes in any metric as well as gradual changes in highly variable data. For more information, see Trendline Analytics.







System and Administration
Product Changes
  • Added bulk device geolocation update function to the Admin Tool
  • Updated the MAC-IP-Switchport package adding control over data retention
  • Updated support for running statseeker in Microsoft Azure
  • Updated support for running statseeker in VMware
  • Added the ability to download log files from the Admin Tool
  • Accessibility improvements for the Console
  • Accessibility improvements for the user configuration page in the Admin Tool
  • Added a history of discover logs
  • Updated the content of the Statseeker Diagnostic report
  • Added ability to prune device event data
  • Added port option to the SNMP walk tool
  • Added the SNMP walk tool to the Device Viewer
  • Improved detection of the upgrade process completing
  • Improved handling of exceeded devices/interfaces on rewalk
  • Improved memory usage of ACI collection process
  • Improved performance of the Console device filter for servers with large numbers of devices
  • Improved performance of the rewalk process
  • Improved support for APC UPS devices using SNMPv3
  • Improved support in Network Discovery for paired ASA devices
  • Improved the performance of the device delete/retire action
  • Network Discovery performance improvements for existing devices by reusing known credentials and added an ‘Ignore saved details’ option to perform a full discovery
  • Removed support for weak SSH ciphers
  • Replaced old login popup with a new login page
  • User Interface improvements for the Users, Timefilters, SLA, Device Retire/Delete, Alerting, Threshold and Grouping pages in the Admin Tool
Resolved Issues
  • Fixed issue where NTP and PDF export settings weren’t restored from backup
  • Fixed issues with renaming ACI devices
  • Resolved duplication issue with NBAR data that had changed SNMP indexes
  • Resolved issue with retired devices being included in duplicate snmpengineid checks during discovery
  • Resolved issues with devices added by hostfile not having geolocation data set
  • Restrict changing system passwords to the original ‘admin’ user
  • Resolved an issue preventing configuration files from syncing on HA installations in some instances




Reporting
Product Changes
  • Updated the MAC-IP-Switchport package including the addition of new MAC-IP reports and drilldowns
  • Added new trendline change and baseline analytics for timeseries data
  • Updated the default Memory, CPU, and Temperature graph reports
  • Added custom (non-95th) percentiles to custom reporting
  • Added ability to customize the timeframe to use for analytics data
  • Cleanup and reordered the report list in the Console
  • Improved display of custom graph reports with missing data
  • Improved performance of the Reporting page for systems with lots of users
  • Improved performance of the custom report device filter for servers with large numbers of devices
  • Improved scaling of graphs in custom reports
  • Report text filter now applies to columns with dates
  • The following custom monitoring packages have been rolled into the base Statseeker installation:
    • Checkpoint VPN Sessions
    • Cisco EIGRP
    • Cisco EIGRP Peer
    • Cisco IF Extension
    • Citrix Netscaler AAA Stats
    • CPU – Alteon
    • Enviromux Environmental Monitoring – External – DewPoint
    • Enviromux Environmental Monitoring – External – Humidity
    • Enviromux Environmental Monitoring – External – Temperature
    • Enviromux Environmental Monitoring – Internal – DewPoint
    • Enviromux Environmental Monitoring – Internal – Humidity
    • Enviromux Environmental Monitoring – Internal – Temperature
    • Fortinet Fortigate VPN Stats
    • Memory – Alcatel – AOS7
    • Memory – Alteon
    • Temperature – Alcatel – AOS7
    • Temperature – APC Internal
    • Power Systems – Battery
    • Power Systems Battery – Alpha Power
    • Power Systems Battery – APC Schneider Electric UPS
    • Power Systems Battery – Generic UPS
    • Power Systems – Input
    • Power Systems Input – Alpha Power
    • Power Systems Input – APC Schneider Electric UPS
    • Power Systems Input – Generic UPS
    • Power Systems – Output
    • Power Systems Output – Argus/Alpha
    • Power Systems Output – APC Schneider Electric UPS
    • Power Systems Output – Generic UPS
    • Power Systems – Status
    • Power Systems Status – Alpha Power
    • Power Systems Status – APC Schneider Electric UPS
    • Power Systems Status – Generic UPS
Resolved Issues
  • Fixed issue where the current timeseries format could sometimes be blank for temperature data
  • Fixed issue with device filter on syslog and SNMP trap reports
  • Fixed issue with drilldown links in custom graph reports
  • Fixed issue with using ifOperStatus and ifAdminStatus in autogrouping rules
  • Resolved incorrect application of timefilter in the ping current unreachable report
  • Resolved issue with ping-only devices not appearing in some reports
  • Resolved reporting issues for devices that had IP addresses as their name




Dashboards
Product Changes
  • The dashboards worldmap panel now supports specifying a custom map provider, which can be set globally or per-panel
  • Reworked the Image Map panel providing a wide range of changes including uploaded image management, icon libraries for nodes and expanded background\image presentation
  • User Interface improvements throughout dashboard panel configuration
  • Added custom (non-95th) percentiles to custom dashboards
  • Minor improvements to both configuration and content for all default dashboards
Resolved Issues
  • Fixed timing issue with concurrent dashboard loads
  • Resolved dashboards issue on first-time HA failover
  • Resolved issue where panels with timefilter overrides could lose their override
  • Resolved issue where the timefilter in the dashboards would reset on certain interactions
  • Resolved issue with Cisco CB QoS data not appearing in dashboards




Thresholds & Alerting
Product Changes
  • Added ability to copy existing alerts, thresholds, and autogrouping rules
  • Added ability to threshold on the number of values in a timefilter



API v2.1 r12: Product Changes
Modified API Resources: updated fields, permissions and datatypes
  • cdt_device
    • New field: custom_data_details – A JSON string object indicating which custom entities have been found during a discovery
    • New links: mac
  • cdt_env_mon
    • New field: DewPoint – Environment Dew Point
    • Humidity – data type changed from float to integer
    • Temperature – data type changed from float to integer
  • cdt_env_mon_apc_internal
    • New field: DewPoint – Environment Dew Point
    • Humidity – data type changed from float to integer
    • Temperature – data type changed from float to integer
  • cdt_env_mon_geist_internal
    • New field: DewPoint – Environment Dew Point
    • Humidity – data type changed from float to integer
    • Temperature – data type changed from float to integer
  • cdt_env_mon_interseptor
    • New field: DewPoint – Environment Dew Point
    • Humidity – data type changed from float to integer
    • Temperature – data type changed from float to integer
  • cdt_port
    • New links: mac
  • discover_config
    • ip_range_configurations – type changed from string to object
  • license
    • New field: version – the version of this statseeker installation
  • threshold
    • field_opts – data type changed from string to object
  • user
    • New fields:
      • auth_refresh – The time allowed after a token has expired that it will be refreshed (in seconds)
      • auth_ttl – The TTL for authentication tokens (in seconds)
Version 5.5.3
Release Date
  • 15-September-2020

Major Features
New MAC – IP Default Dashboard

We have added a new MAC-IP dashboard to the Default Dashboards folder. This dashboard offers an overview of the network’s MAC/IP/Switchport configuration with breakdowns by VLAN, device, interface, and ARP Router.

Image Map Dashboard Panel

Added a new Image Map dashboard panel type, this panel allows you to place nodes over a custom background image, and have those nodes display configuration, state or timeseries data. See Dashboard Image Map Panel for details and example configurations.


Report Replacement

The following reports have been replaced with new versions. Any existing custom links from dashboards/custom reports will still access the old report but should be updated to point to the new report.

  • Ping Current Status
  • Ping Current Unavailable
  • Ping Top Delay (ms) Graphs
  • Ping Statistics
  • Interface Current Unavailable

The following reports have been replaced with new versions. Any existing custom links from dashboards/custom reports will no longer work and should be updated to point to the new report.

  • Syslog Report
  • SNMP Traps Report
In-Report Filtering Options

Custom reports now feature in-report Group, Device and Text/RegEx filtering options, see In-Report Filters for details.




System and Administration
Product Changes
  • OS updated to FreeBSD 11.4-RELEASE-p3, for details see the FreeBSD website
  • Added support for configuring local server for IPv6
  • Added support for monitoring devices over IPv6 network
  • Added SFTP support for backup and restoration processes
  • Added CDT packages to the default install providing additional reporting options for:
    • VPN session and connection details for Cisco, F5, Juniper, Palo Alto and SonicWall
    • WAN details for Cisco WAAS, Cisco AppNav, and Riverbed
  • Added an option to the Admin Tool to purge existing MAC-IP data
  • ‘Statseeker Classic’ license tier renamed to ‘Statseeker Core’
  • FTP and Telnet connection to the Statseeker server are disabled by default
  • Added options when uninstalling SCS packages to also remove associated reports and entity records
  • Removed the ‘Standard Console’ display option
  • Added the ability to override the default port used for SNMP polling of an entity
  • Statseeker Classic/Core tier licenses now allow custom data polling
Resolved Issues
  • Resolved an issue where very large event databases can cause the diagnostic report to fail
  • Resolved an issue allowing the TRACE command to be run on Statseeker’s Apache server
  • Resolved an issue that could prevent device deletion from completing cleanly
  • Fixed an issue preventing the collection of timeseries data due to the ID of the parent entity being lost
  • Database pruning processes no longer lock the Events database
  • Resolved an issue that could prevent clean database deletion during the upgrade process
  • Resolved an issue which could produce excessively large Write-Ahead-Logging files on very large networks
  • Clicking a link in the Admin Tool menu no longer clears the content of the search field
  • Fixed an issue causing requests to the timeseries cache to load the incorrect range in specific circumstances
  • Retired devices are now excluded from processes updating IP addresses
  • Resolved an issue that could cause the incorrect License expiry to be displayed after upgrade
  • Stale MAC/IP entries are now cleaned up correctly regardless of the cleanup process interval
  • Fixed an issue that could cause High-Availability failovers on very large networks to trigger device down events
  • Resolved a dashboard issue preventing the title of the first repeated row from updating correctly




Reporting
Product Changes
  • Custom graph reports can now display a custom sub-title for each graph presented in the report, see Custom Reports > Graph Section > Graph Title for details
  • Added a ‘search’ feature to the report list in the Reporting editor
  • Added the ‘current’ data format for use within reporting
  • Added an option to repair custom report lists to the Admin Tool
  • Added an alternate, user-specific, row spacing option offering a more compact view for tabular reports, see Editing Users and Updating Preferences
  • Improved the performance when exporting reports to pdf
Resolved Issues
  • Fixed a memory leak when editing custom graph reports
  • Fixed an issue preventing Threshold report drilldowns from returning data
  • Resolved an issue preventing Scheduled reports from running after first run
  • Scheduled reports now use report specific page size/orientation settings where provided
  • Resolved an issue preventing the correct interval being used when returning to the ‘Original Query’ option in the report filters
  • Fixed an issue preventing exported reports from using the timefilter in use at the time of export
  • Fixed an issue with sorting by column header on the Device Details report
  • Fixed an issue that could result in incorrect ping states being displayed after upgrade
  • Resolved an issue preventing scheduled reports, that include Custom reports, from being sent




Dashboards
Product Changes
  • World Map dashboard panels now offer expanded node-coloring options for maps featuring multiple queries, see Multi-Query Map for an example configuration
  • Added the ‘current’ data format for use within dashboards
  • Updated the Default Dashboards to utilize new product capabilities and add contextual information
  • Added ‘weekday’ and ‘time of day’ filters to Dashboard timefilter options, see Dashboard Time Filters for details
  • Added the ability to specify the date format displayed on dashboard graphs, see Graph Panel: Axes for more information
Resolved Issues
  • Updated incorrect filters in some Default Dashboard panels
  • Filtering dashboard content by a nonexistent event state no longer returns all event records
  • Fixed an issue that prevented dashboard histograms from interpreting ‘interval’ correctly
  • Singlestat panels no longer present ‘0’ as ‘N/A’ by default
  • Dashboard panels now use the correct default aggregation format for time fields




Thresholds & Alerting
Product Changes
  • Threshold configurations can now be disabled but retained
Resolved Issues
  • Repeatedly clicking the Alert configuration Save button no longer creates multiple alerts
  • Fixed a bug preventing thresholds featuring group filters from triggering in some instances
  • Fixed a bug preventing some thresholds from upgrading correctly



API v2.1 r11: Product Changes
  • Added the ability to create custom links between resources – see Linked Resources: Custom Links for details
  • The ‘/describe’ endpoint response now includes details on all known links
  • Added the ability to specify a custom field and have it populated with the result of formulae applied to other fields within the query – see Field Formulas for details
  • New API Resources:

    Details on all API resource level endpoints can be found in the Resource Reference.

    • cdt_cpu_juniper_pulse
    • cdt_dell_inventory
    • cdt_fan_sensor
    • cdt_fan_sensor_cisco
    • cdt_fan_sensor_entity
    • cdt_ip_address
    • cdt_juniper_pulse_vpn_users
    • cdt_optical_sensor_cisco
    • cdt_other_sensor
    • cdt_other_sensor_cisco
    • cdt_other_sensor_entity
    • cdt_palo_alto_vpn
    • cdt_poe_main
    • cdt_poe_main_cisco
    • cdt_poe_port
    • cdt_poe_port_cisco
    • cdt_power_amps_sensor
    • cdt_power_amps_sensor_cisco
    • cdt_power_amps_sensor_entity
    • cdt_power_volts_sensor
    • cdt_power_volts_sensor_cisco
    • cdt_power_volts_sensor_entity
    • cdt_power_watts_sensor
    • cdt_power_watts_sensor_cisco
    • cdt_power_watts_sensor_entity
    • cdt_sonicwall_vpn_users
    • cdt_temperature_sensor
    • cdt_temperature_sensor_cisco
    • link
Modified API Resources: updated fields, permissions and datatypes
  • cdt_f5_loadbalance renamed to cdt_f5_loadbalancer_ltm_pool
    • New fields: activeMembers, availState
  • cdt_f5_loadbalance_member renamed to cdt_f5_loadbalancer_ltm_pool_member
    • New fields: availState, enabledState, ipaddress, nodeName, portNumber
  • cdt_f5_loadbalance_virtual renamed to cdt_f5_loadbalancer_ltm_virtual_server
    • New fields: availState, defaultPool, enabledState, ipNetmask, ipProtocol, ipaddress, portNumber
    • Removed fields: virtualServName
  • cdt_f5_firewall_connections renamed to cdt_f5_loadbalancer_ltm_virtual_server
    • New fields: clientSSLAvgConns, clientSSLCurConns
  • cdt_cisco_vpn_sessions
    • New fields: maxSvcSessions
  • cdt_device
    • New fields: ping_rtt_ms
  • cdt_device_apic
    • New fields: ping_rtt_ms
  • cdt_mis
    • ip field type changed from ‘ipv4’ to ‘string’
  • user
    • New fields: reportRowSpacing
Resolved Issues
  • API now uses RxBytes to calculate if90days
  • cdt_port – packet fields now specify the correct unit
  • Resolved an issue that would apply query response limits prior to global filters in some instances
  • When sending multi-object requests, the API now returns an error if one object fails validation while others pass
Version 5.5.1
Release Date
  • 22-January-2020
Product Changes
  • Replaced the default MAC/IP/Switch Port report with a faster, more flexible version
  • Cisco ACI package now includes new reports for ACI faults
  • The default dashboards can now be copied via a ‘Save As’ button in Dashboard Settings
  • Added the ability to override the default PDF output settings when saving reports to PDF
  • Added the ability to apply query specific coloring to Map panels featuring multiple queries
  • Added ‘Group By’ option to dashboard pie-charts using the ‘Event Count’ query
  • Added a ‘Link’ mode to the Text/HTML dashboard panel to simplify the process of embedding web content
  • Added search field to Admin Tool page, as well as the ability to open Admin Tool pages in new tabs
  • Improved handling of devices that have missing SNMP indexes in rewalks
  • Unless specified in the report configuration, custom graph reports now automatically assign the polling resolution to suit the reporting period, greatly improving performance for very long reporting periods
  • Various performance improvements were applied to custom reporting
  • Headers/footers now appear on all pages of custom reports exported to PDF
  • Changes made to preserve /etc/rc.firewall on upgrade
  • Improved the handling of complex timefilters by the dashboards
Bug Fixes
  • Fixed an issue preventing Statseeker from correctly starting up after an HA failover
  • Time zone selection now applies correctly on the NIM Console
  • Resolved an issue preventing some Admin Tool configuration files being saved when using Internet Explorer 11
  • Fixed issues with ping-only devices not collecting all ping statistics
  • The ‘Show All’ flag in Custom Reporting now works as intended
  • Latitude and Longitude of known devices can now be updated via auto-grouping rules
  • Added preventative measures to certain situations where timeseries duplicates could be created
  • Retired devices are now excluded from the default dashboards
  • Fixed issue with if90day not being cleared for non-polled interfaces
  • The ‘not equals’ filter in the dashboards now includes null values
  • Auto-grouping ‘Group Type’ list is now sorted alphabetically
  • Removed the ability to specify invalid timefilters in dashboard configurations
  • Fixed an issue with drilldowns on the legacy Interface Availability report
  • The logo is no longer dropped when exporting legacy reports to PDF
API v2.1 r10: Product Changes
  • Improved performance for API queries using aggregation
  • The API now provides default values for required fields which have not been specified in the query
  • Added internal memory limits for excessively large API Requests
  • Added Resource Endpoints:
    • cdt_aci_subnet
    • cdt_aci_fault_summary
    • cdt_aci_subnet
    • syslog
    • trap
  • Removed Resource Endpoints:
    • API v1 getNext
Modified API Resources: updated fields, permissions and datatypes
  • cdt_cisco_ipsla: added the following fields
    • JitterAvgDSJ
    • JitterAvgSDJ
    • JitterMaxNegDS
    • JitterMaxNegSD
    • JitterMaxPosDS
    • JitterMaxPosSD
    • JitterMinNegDS
    • JitterMinNegSD
    • JitterMinPosDS
    • JitterMinPosSD
    • JitterRTTAvg
    • JitterRTTMax
    • JitterRTTMin
    • LatencyAvgDS
    • LatencyAvgSD
    • rttMonEchoAdminNumPackets
    • rttMonLatestJitterOperICPIF
    • rttMonLatestJitterOperMOS
    • TargetAddress
  • cdt_filesystem:
    • storageAllocationUnits – DEPRECATED
  • cdt_memory_avaya_s5: added the following fields
    • memoryAllocHit
    • memoryAllocMiss
    • memoryFreeHit
    • memoryFreeMiss
    • memoryHighestFree
    • memoryHighestUsed
    • memoryLargestFreeBlock
    • memoryLowestFree
    • memoryLowestUsed
    • memoryShared
Version 5.5.0
Release Date
  • 25-October-2019
Product Changes
  • Added a new dashboarding system
  • Added a time selector to all custom reports allowing the reporting periods for a reports to be updated from within the report
  • Added configurable timeseries and calculated data caching, greatly improving the speed of all timeseries data reporting
  • Added a new Cisco NBAR report and the ability to make custom NBAR reports and dashboards
  • Improved reporting, thresholding and alerting for forecast and trendline data
  • Added the ability to filter on event fields when auto-grouping
  • Added ability to specify latitude/longitude coordinates for hardware
  • Added ifAdminStatus polling and reporting
  • Added ‘time last seen’ to MAC/IP/Switch Port reports
  • Support tickets can now be lodged from the client
  • Updated and expanded timezone list in all product areas
  • Minor updates to the user interface to improve usability and consistency
  • Added HAST configuration, console alerts and HTTPS errors to the diagnostic report
  • Added API logging
  • Expanded logged error message content
  • Added Statseeker specific crontab output to diagnostic reporting
  • Added the ability specify the format and structure of outgoing syslog messages
  • Improved data validation for a range of configuration screens
  • Added the ability to configure pruning for the event records database
  • Updated OS to FreeBSD 11.3-RELEASE-p3 and updated all public packages
  • Added a range of CDT packages to the default install providing additional reporting options for:
    • Cisco APPNAV
    • Cisco Network-Based Application Recognition (NBAR) and NBAR port statistics
    • Dell and Dell X Series CPUs
    • Dell Memory
    • Dell PowerConnect Temperature monitoring
    • File System – Host Resources and SNMP Informant
    • Inventory Management (Generic, F5, Juniper and Riverbed)
    • Alteon Load-Balancing solutions
    • Optical Signal Monitoring (Generic, ADVA and NBS)
    • Palo Alto Firewall Connections Zone statistics
    • Cisco Wide Area Application Services
    • Wireless Access Points (Generic, Cisco and Extreme)
Bug Fixes
  • Canned File System reports now display the correct data in all instances
  • Resolved an issue causing slow processing of API calls for some users
  • Fixed an issue that could cause a background configuration build to fail in some instances
  • The Pacific Auckland timezone is now matched to the correct timezone
  • Previous Statseeker server SSL certificate configurations are now available during restorations from backup
  • Fixed an issue where a large number of polling overrides could cause a background configuration build to fail
  • Resolved an issue preventing access to some elements of the legacy API
  • All in-product links to Statseeker Documentation now work as intended
  • Updated ACI packages are no longer overwritten by older packages on restoring a backup
  • Non-admin users can now add custom time filters to the favorites list
  • PDF exporting of multi-page reports now splits pages in appropriate locations
  • Amended a configuration issue slowing the process of creating multiple user accounts
  • Prevented access to form buttons while updating user authentication configurations
  • Fixed display issues related to authentication method in use for user accounts
  • Resolved edge-case column sorting issues in custom reporting
  • Fixed an issue where deleting device configuration could result in a database lockup in certain circumstances
  • Resolved an issue preventing Memory Utilization graphs displaying correctly in certain circumstances
  • Requesting event field data via the API now works as intended in all instances
  • Fixed an issue affecting custom report display in new AWS installations
  • The upgrade pre-checks no longer displays erroneous inadequate memory messages
  • SCS patches are now maintained during server upgrades
  • Fixed an issue causing a data remapping process to mistakenly remove valid device entries in some circumstances
  • Timeseries and event fallback formulas are now working as intended for all monitored entities
  • Statseeker server interface details now report the correct media type after changing the interface configuration
  • REGEXP filters now work with event related fields
  • Timeseries ID’s are now maintained when polling is disabled
  • Configuring syslog collection for an interface on the Statseeker server no longer results in a server reboot
  • Resolved an issue that could result in device duplication after renaming a device
  • Fixed an issue causing the mail server to lock-up in certain circumstances
  • Large graphical reports are no longer truncated when exported to PDF
  • Fixed an issue that could result in the unwanted modification of alert configuration on server upgrade
  • Mail server configuration is now maintained on server upgrade
  • Fixed issues around data clean-up resulting from deleting a device
  • Fixed an issue resulting in the polling of retired devices in certain circumstances
  • Attribute filters against threshold statistics no longer break custom reports
  • All users accounts are now maintained on server upgrade
  • All threshold event records are now maintained on server upgrade
  • Resolved an issue causing errors being logged when the system was unable to access intentionally disabled components
  • Fixed an issue resulting device configurations being lost after a failed rewalk for specific device types
  • Fixed an issue preventing SNMPv3 communication with certain device models after server upgrade
  • Newly discovered devices are now processed by auto-grouping when discovered
  • Page count now accurately reflects the report content in all instances
  • Locked interface speeds can now be unlocked via the GUI
  • Fixed an issue preventing multiple devices from being added to Statseeker via a single API call
  • Restoration from backup no longer prompts the user to finalize the installation
  • Links now display correctly on custom graph reports
  • Displayed time format is now consistent across BGP Peer reports
  • Event based filters in custom reports are now saved correctly
  • Fixed an issue where a retired device could be seen as s duplicate device in some instances
  • Resolved an issue preventing background configuration build failure is some instances
  • Specifying custom data resolutions in custom reports now works as intended
  • Fixed an issue slowing the display of the email reporting scheduler
  • Removed errant debug messages from discovery logs
  • Resolved an issue that would result in API requests for timeseries data failing in certain circumstances
  • The default gateway values is no longer displayed twice when editing server network configurations
  • Fixed an issue that would prevent some admin users from being unable to view discovery and diagnostic reports
  • Fixed an issue that could result in custom reports being displayed in the console when flagged as hidden
  • Custom reports can now be deleted from the ‘All Reports’ view
  • Modifying layout in ‘All Reports’ view now works as intended
  • Exported Custom Data Details reports no longer contain HTML tags
  • Text filtering the report list now works as intended
  • Filtering interface threshold statistics by ‘current state’ now works as intended
API v2.1 r9: Product Changes
  • Added aggregation format details to /describe requests
  • Improved API performance by providing access to cached timeseries data
  • Exposed hardware inventory data to the API
  • Exposed MAC/IP/Switch Port data to the API
  • Timestamps can now be requested along with timeseries values
  • Exposed ifOperstatus and ifAdminStatus polling to the API
  • Added Resource Endpoints:
    • cdt_aci_subnet
    • cdt_appnav_cisco
    • cdt_cisco_nbar
    • cdt_cpu_dell
    • cdt_cpu_dell_x
    • cdt_filesystem_hostres
    • cdt_filesystem_informant
    • cdt_inventory
    • cdt_inventory_device
    • cdt_inventory_entity
    • cdt_inventory_f5
    • cdt_inventory_f5_chassis
    • cdt_inventory_f5_slot
    • cdt_inventory_juniper
    • cdt_inventory_riverbed
    • cdt_loadbalancer_alteon_group
    • cdt_loadbalancer_alteon_rserv
    • cdt_loadbalancer_alteon_vserv
    • cdt_memory_dell
    • cdt_mis
    • cdt_optical
    • cdt_optical_adva
    • cdt_optical_adva_measurement
    • cdt_optical_nbs
    • cdt_palo_alto_firewall_connections_zone
    • cdt_port_nbar
    • cdt_temperature_dell_power
    • cdt_waas_cisco
    • cdt_wireless_ap
    • cdt_wireless_ap_cisco
    • cdt_wireless_ap_extreme
    • spe_aci
  • Removed Resource Endpoints:
    • cdt_asset
    • cdt_asset_entity
    • cdt_asset_f5_chassis
    • cdt_asset_f5_slot
    • cdt_asset_juniper
    • cdt_asset_riverbed
    • cdt_asset_version
    • cdt_asset_version_entity
    • cdt_asset_version_riverbed
Modified API Resources: updated fields, permissions and datatypes
  • cdt_aci_application
    • aci_tenant – removed ability to update
    • title – removed ability to update
  • cdt_aci_bridge_domain
    • broadcast_ip – removed ability to update
    • mac – removed ability to update
    • title – removed ability to update
    • type – removed ability to update
  • cdt_aci_cep
    • aci_epg – removed ability to update
    • ip – removed ability to update
    • mac – removed ability to update
    • title – removed ability to update
    • vlan – removed ability to update
  • cdt_aci_epg
    • title – removed ability to update
  • cdt_aci_node
    • aci_pod – removed ability to update
    • fabric_domain – removed ability to update
    • ip – removed ability to update
    • model – removed ability to update
    • serial – removed ability to update
    • title – removed ability to update
    • type – removed ability to update
    • vendor – removed ability to update
  • cdt_aci_pod
    • title – removed ability to update
  • cdt_aci_tenant
    • title – removed ability to update
  • cdt_aci_vrf
    • aci_tenant – removed ability to update
    • title – removed ability to update
  • cdt_bgp_peer
    • state – removed ability to update
  • cdt_cisco_call_stats
    • MaxConnections – removed ability to update
  • cdt_cisco_cb_qos_class_map_data
    • direction – removed ability to update
  • cdt_cisco_cb_qos_match_map_config
    • statement – removed ability to update
    • type – removed ability to update
  • cdt_cisco_cb_qos_queue_map_config
    • priorityBurstSize – removed ability to update
  • cdt_cisco_cdp_cache
    • cdpCacheIfIndex – added field
  • cdt_cisco_fib_tcam
    • entPhysicalName – removed ability to update
    • tcamWidth – removed ability to update
  • cdt_cisco_wan_3g
    • IMEI – removed ability to update
  • cdt_connections_riverbed
    • bpsReduction – dataype changed from float to integer
    • bpsPercentReduction – removed field
    • health – removed ability to update
  • cdt_cpu_avaya_s5
    • cpuDescr – removed ability to update
  • cdt_cpu_dell_F10_S
    • poll – removed ability to update
  • cdt_device
    • auth_method – removed ability to update
    • auth_pass – removed ability to update
    • auth_user – removed ability to update
    • community – removed ability to update
    • context – removed ability to update
    • hostname – removed ability to update
    • ipaddress – removed ability to update
    • latitude – added field
    • longitude – added field
    • manual_name – added field
    • ping_poll – removed ability to update
    • ping_state – removed ability to update
    • priv_method – removed ability to update
    • priv_pass – removed ability to update
    • retired – removed ability to update
    • snmp_poll – removed ability to update
    • snmp_version – removed ability to update
    • vendor – added field
  • cdt_device_apic
    • auth_method – removed ability to update
    • auth_pass – removed ability to update
    • auth_user – removed ability to update
    • community – removed ability to update
    • context – removed ability to update
    • discover_getNext – removed ability to update
    • discover_minimal – removed ability to update
    • discover_snmpv1 – removed ability to update
    • hostname – removed ability to update
    • ipaddress – removed ability to update
    • latitude – added field
    • longitude – added field
    • manual_name – removed ability to update
    • mis – removed ability to update
    • ping_poll – removed ability to update
    • priv_method – removed ability to update
    • priv_pass – removed ability to update
    • retired – removed ability to update
    • snmp_maxoid – removed ability to update
    • snmp_poll – removed ability to update
    • snmp_version – removed ability to update
    • snmpEngineID – removed ability to update
    • sysContact – removed ability to update
    • sysDescr – removed ability to update
    • sysLocation – removed ability to update
    • sysName – removed ability to update
    • sysServices – removed ability to update
    • vendor – added field
  • cdt_env_mon_apc_internal
    • Humidity – dataype changed from integer to float
    • Temperature – dataype changed from integer to float and added ability to update
  • cdt_env_mon_geist_internal
    • Humidity – dataype changed from integer to float
    • Temperature – dataype changed from integer to float
  • cdt_env_mon_interseptor
    • Humidity – dataype changed from integer to float
    • Temperature – dataype changed from integer to float
  • cdt_filesystem
    • storageAllocationUnits – deprecated
    • storageDesc – removed ability to update
    • storageSize – removed ability to update
  • cdt_framerelay; cdt_framerelay_cisco; cdt_framerelay_cisco; cdt_framerelay_nortel
    • Dlci – removed ability to update
    • InSpeed – removed ability to update
    • OutSpeed – removed ability to update
  • cdt_ip_system_stats
    • ipDefaultTTL – removed ability to update
    • ipReasmTimeout – removed ability to update
    • ipv4Forwarding – removed ability to update
    • ipv6DefaultHopLimit – removed ability to update
    • ipv6Forwarding – removed ability to update
  • cdt_memory_alcatel; cdt_memory_aruba; cdt_memory_avaya_rc; cdt_memory_avaya_s5; cdt_memory_cisco_nexus; cdt_memory_cisco_san; cdt_memory_dell_F10_S; cdt_memory_dell_dnos; cdt_memory_extreme; cdt_memory_extreme_vsp; cdt_memory_fortinet_fortigate; cdt_memory_fortinet_fortigate_hd; cdt_memory_fortinet_fortigate_lowmem; cdt_memory_foundry; cdt_memory_foundry_mlx; cdt_memory_netscreen; cdt_memory_nokia; cdt_memory_procurve; cdt_memory_server; cdt_memory_ucd_real; cdt_memory_ucd_swap
    • memoryFreePercent – datatype changed from integer to float
    • memoryUsedPercent – datatype changed from integer to float
  • cdt_memory_netscaler
    • memSizeMB – added ability to update
    • memoryFreePercent – datatype changed from integer to float
    • memoryUsedPercent – datatype changed from integer to float
  • cdt_memory_virtual
    • hrStorageType – field removed
    • hrStorageUsed – field removed
    • memoryFreePercent – datatype changed from integer to float
    • memoryUsedPercent – datatype changed from integer to float
  • cdt_port
    • ifAdminStatus – added ability to update
    • if90day – added ability to update
    • ifDuplex – added ability to update
    • ifNonUnicast – added ability to update
    • ifOperStatus – added ability to update
  • cdt_port_nbar
    • portName – removed ability to update
  • cdt_printer_general
    • SerialNumber – removed ability to update
  • cdt_temperature_alcatel; cdt_temperature_apc_env; cdt_temperature_avaya_s5; cdt_temperature_dell_dnos; cdt_temperature_extreme; cdt_temperature_extreme_vsp; cdt_temperature_foundry; cdt_temperature_foundry_mlx; cdt_temperature_juniper; cdt_temperature_netscreen
    • temperatureValueCelsius – datatype changed from integer to float
    • temperatureValueFahrenheit – datatype changed from integer to float
  • cdt_temperature_cisco
    • temperatureState – added ability to update
    • temperatureValueCelsius – datatype changed from integer to float
    • temperatureValueFahrenheit – datatype changed from integer to float
  • cdt_temperature_dell_F10_S
    • poll – removed ability to update
    • temperatureValueCelsius – datatype changed from integer to float
    • temperatureValueFahrenheit – datatype changed from integer to float
  • cdt_ups_apc
    • batteryReplaceIndicator – added ability to update
    • batteryStatus – added ability to update
    • outputSource – added ability to update
  • discover_config
    • id – added ability to update
    • iftype – removed ability to update
  • event_record
    • Added the ability to specify ‘lastx records’ rather than a timefilter
  • group
    • entities – added format options of hexstr and exc_list
  • notification
    • priority – field removed
    • text – field removed
    • message – field added
    • status – field added
    • type – field added
  • object
    • category – field added
    • inherits – field added
  • user
    • exportDateFormat – field added
    • named – added ability to update
    • top_n – field added
  • Added ‘poll’ to available event formats
API v2.1 r9: Bug Fixes
  • The custnum field in the license object is now assigned the correct data type of ‘object’
  • Attempting to update license records with invalid details now fails gracefully
Version 5.4.5
Release Date
  • 24-June-2019
Product Changes
  • Added backend configuration for ACI Poller
  • Improved ACI logging
  • Improved error logging
Bug Fixes
  • Minor improvements to the processing of email queues
  • Server Memory Utilisation Graphs now work in all instances
  • Resolved an issue where Custom Reports with Event Time in State fields fail to load occasionally
  • Miscellaneous fixes to handling of event data in custom reports
  • Fixed a bug preventing a clean upgrade on some server configurations
  • Resolved an issue causing custom oids to be incorrectly removed in certain circumstances
  • Fixed a bug preventing admin role users from accessing certain report drill-down functionality
  • Addressed an issue where disabling polling would also remove associated timeseries identifiers in some instances
  • Fixed a bug creating duplicate IDs when remapping in certain circumstances
  • PDF exports of Custom Report Graphs now work as intended
  • SMTP settings are now maintained when upgrading across multiple versions
  • Resolved an in issue resulting in incomplete database clean-ups
  • The Time Format setting in custom interface threshold reports now works as intended
  • Attribute filters on Threshold statistics no longer break some custom report configurations
  • Fixed a bug preventing user accounts from being upgraded after an upgrade
  • Fixed a bug causing some threshold events to be discarded on upgrade
  • Improved handling of name changes in rewalks
  • Addressed an issue preventing SNMPv3 communication with HP/HH3C/3com devices
  • Locking and unlocking interface speeds now works as intended
  • Exporting the Device Viewer report to PDF now works as intended
  • Fixed a bug where setting a modified polling interval would return an incorrect data range in some instances
  • Device viewer reports ‘Discovery’ and ‘Diagnostic Log’ are now available to all admin users
Version 5.4.4
Release Date
  • 12-March-2019
Product Changes
  • Custom reports can now be exported in *.pdf format
  • Scheduled custom reports can now be configured to be run as a particular Statseeker user
  • A range of minor improvements have been made to both custom report layouts and component default settings
  • Various performance improvements have been applied to Custom Reporting
  • Vendor data has been added to MAC / IP / Switch Port reports
  • Improvements have been made to custom polling, granting greater flexibility
  • New python log available in the Admin Tool
  • Custom Reports now have a total entity count in the report footer
  • ACI monitoring package is installed by default
    • Added an ACI Configuration option to the Admin Tool
    • ACI package is available under Admin Tool > Manage Scripts
    • ACI Reports will appear in the NIM Console once the license feature has been enabled
Bug Fixes
  • Fixed an issue preventing ping polling files from being correctly created for large deployments
  • Resolved an issue preventing custom reports featuring strip-charts from being edited
  • Fixed issues with graphing trendline bounds in Custom Reports
  • Fixed a bug where cumulative trendline values were being incorrectly calculated in some instances
  • The device renaming pop-up is now displayed in all instances
  • Fixed an OID mismatch for Alteon load balancers
  • Non-Administrator role users can now access the content of the Custom Data Details report
  • Devices causing a recursive SNMP walk are now discovered and configured as ping-only devices by Statseeker
  • The community strings file is now populated with “public” for all clean install configurations
  • Resolved an issue preventing deleted devices from being removed from the build configuration
  • Report-specific timezone settings are now correctly passed through to all dashboard elements
  • Fixed a bug preventing embedded custom reports from refreshing data in certain circumstances
  • Fixed issue with Threshold filters
  • Emailed *.csv reports now correctly apply the specified “top_n”
API v2.1 r8: Product Changes
  • A thresholdid field has been added to the threshold_record object to identify the parent threshold
  • Added start_tz_offset as an available format for all timeseries metrics to more easily tailor the report output
  • Added the following resource level endpoints:
    • cdt_aci_application
    • cdt_aci_bridge_domain
    • cdt_aci_cep
    • cdt_aci_epg
    • cdt_aci_node
    • cdt_aci_pod
    • cdt_aci_tenant
    • cdt_aci_vrf
    • cdt_device_apic
    • cdt_connections_riverbed
API v2.1 r8: Bug Fixes
  • Fixed a bug preventing user data being updated via the API in some instances
Version 5.4.3
Release Date
  • 11-Jan-2019
Product Changes
  • Added support for multiple ‘admin’ level user accounts
  • Improved the ability to manage polling of custom data types at a per device level from within the Custom Data Details report
  • Added the ability to manage the inclusion of historical data from retired entities when generating custom reports
  • Additional security options for the email server
  • Expanded vendor list and interface types for use with discovery rules
  • More easily manage the polling state of non-licensed entities
  • Can now select the colors used in strip charts
  • Improved efficiency of background processes
  • Cisco Port Based QoS has been deprecated, use Cisco Class Based QoS instead
  • Various visual upgrades to custom reporting defaults
  • Improved performance when loading Device Viewer
  • Improved discovery performance for Custom OIDs
  • Added a range of CDT packages to the default install providing additional reporting options:
    • Application Service reports for Juniper devices
    • Custom Asset Registry reports
    • Device Health Reports including specialized Cisco TCAM reports
    • Environmental Monitoring Equipment reports for APC, Geist and Interseptor
    • Manufacturer-specific firewall reports for Checkpoint, Cisco, F5, Fortinet, Juniper and Palo Alto devices
    • A wide range of custom IP interface statistics reports including specialized reports for Etherlike and Apcon devices
    • Specialized F5 Load Balancer reports
    • A wide range of Cisco Class-Based Quality of Service (QoS) reports
    • Topology reports
    • Custom VPN reports for F5 APM and Cisco VPN, IPSEC and SCV
    • Custom Voice and Call reports
    • Specialized Riverbed WAN, Cisco 3G/4G WAN, and Ubiquiti AirMax, Radio, and Wireless reports
  • Added the ability to manage SSL certificates and cipher lists from the Administration Tool
  • Improved the ability to configure display options for reports being output to PDF
  • Added a user-specific default Top N setting
  • Fresh installs now default to HTTPS for serving the web interface
  • Improved data format checks used prior to restoring installations from backup
  • Implemented Mac/IP change to better support Juniper devices
  • Added user-specific date format configuration options when exporting data
  • Added the ability to redirect HTTP connections to HTTPS
Note:

  • If both HTTP and HTTPS are enabled, upgrading will enable HTTP -> HTTPS redirection
  • If HTTPS is enabled, HTTP requests to the API will be redirected to HTTPS via a 308 response code and some older user agents may not handle this. Update your API scripts to use HTTPS.
Bug Fixes
  • Custom reports with attribute filters now export to *.csv correctly
  • Custom reports will only display in the NIM Console when configured to do so
  • Threshold Events reports no longer display total bytes in scientific notation
  • Sorting custom event reports by ifOperStatus no longer hides rows
  • Removed the duplicate temperature field in Cisco Environment Monitors
  • Resolved an issue preventing multiple entity filters in some Threshold report configurations
  • The threshold configuration ‘Add All’ option now works as intended
  • Addressed a few spelling errors in UI components
  • File System Storage Used was being incorrectly calculated in some instances
  • Resolved an issue with the use of the ‘totals cache’
  • Importing embedded reports via an SCS package now works as intended
  • Resolved a timeseries database locking issue
  • Fixed an issue with upgrading servers where very old CDT packages were present
  • Resolved an issue where renaming devices from the Device Details report wasn’t being passed on to the subsequent configuration build
  • Fixed a bug preventing the display of the groups list when configuring thresholds
  • Fixed an issue which prevented updates to user accounts passwords in a specific instance
  • Resolved an issue where communication timeouts could result in subsequent requests being dropped
  • Fixed an issue preventing Grafana integrations from communicating with Statseeker when LDAP authentication was used
  • Fixed a bug preventing the editing of group-filtered thresholds which don’t have a group set
  • Mounted ISO’s no longer trigger ‘file system full’ warnings
  • Log scaled data graphs now scale axis’ correctly
  • Sorting now works correctly for attribute filtered reports
  • SCS uploads no longer fail for very large packages
  • Resolved an issue preventing SLA data displaying correctly in some dashboard elements
  • Syslog messages containing commas no longer crop the alert email event text
  • Legacy event based reports now handle missing devices correctly
  • Single device discovery now correctly discovers custom data entities
API v2.1 r7: Product Changes
  • Added support for requesting data for multiple instances of the same field in a single call
  • Can now set global field options for all timeseries fields in a request
  • Added support for setting polling interval on a per field basis
  • Can now query data from ancestor objects in a request targeting a descendant object
  • Expanded options for data aggregation
  • Expanded options for data formats to include forecast data and anomaly metrics
  • Object type cdt_virtual_memory has been deprecated, use cdt_memory_virtual instead
  • API v1 has been deprecated, use v2.1 instead
  • A range of performance improvements have been made
  • The ‘describe’ command now outputs enum values where relevant
  • Added a range of event field formats
API v2.1 r7: Bug Fixes
  • Sorting on aggregate values now works as intended
  • A small number of fields were misreporting their field type
  • API now correctly alerts when attempting invalid field updates on the cdt_ranges object
  • Added missing datatype values for a number of fields
  • Updating the discovery configuration now works as intended
  • Fixed an issue where memorySize returned NULL in some instances
  • Addressed an issue preventing configuration builds after deleting user accounts via the API
General Information

Statseeker v5.4.3 will be the last release for which we are providing platform-specific installation images for OpenStack and Azure, and there will be no dedicated AWS image for this release.

Version 5.3.4
Release Date
  • 23-May-2018
Product Changes
  • Minor improvements to the Diagnostic Report

Note: in addition to the usual *.iso and *.img formats, Statseeker also offers a *.qcow2 image, for deployment on OpenStack.

All images are available from Customer Services.

Bug Fixes
  • Duplicate, or invalid, entries in the hosts file are now handled correctly in all instances
  • Resolved instances of incorrect dialog boxes being displayed in response to user actions
  • Threshold configuration interface now correctly filters the Groups list
  • Custom Threshold reports now correctly save the specified Precision value
  • Addressed issues with installing/upgrading Statseeker on servers with multiple drives
  • The backup process now correctly manages directories and directory permissions
  • Syslog driven email alerts now correctly handle percent characters
  • Syslog driven alerts now work as intended with a local host
  • Fixed an issue that could lead to a single device being duplicated in Statseeker and polled on two interfaces
  • Fixed a bug breaking IP to entity mapping during a rewalk
Version 5.3.3
Release Date
  • 11-Apr-2018
Product Changes
  • Added support for network configuration via DHCP during install
  • Included additional checks for hardware compatibility during install

Note: in addition to the usual *.iso and *.img formats, Statseeker also offers a *.qcow2 image, for deployment on OpenStack.

All images are available from Customer Services.

Bug Fixes
  • Addressed an issue affecting log rotation in some instances
  • Hostname configuration during installation now requries a fully qualified domain name
  • Improved support for multiple disk partitions on Statseeker servers
  • Temperature reporting no longer allows specification of an incorrect minimal interval
  • Fixed a bug limiting the scope of some SLA reports
  • Improved the scope of Perl message logging
  • Addressed an issue hiding CORS configuration options in some instances
API: Bug Fixes
  • Fixed an issue with trendline_strength response values
Version 5.3.2
Release Date
  • 28-Feb-2018
Product Changes
  • Increased the scope of pre-upgrade checks
  • Updated MIB database
Bug Fixes
  • Resolved a few permissions issues related to file ownership
  • Fixed an issue which could potentially prevent HA fail-over in some instances
  • Improved the cleanup process of internal configuration files when deleting devices
  • Resolved an issue which had the potential to marginally inflate database sizes in some instances
API: Product Changes
  • Add the ability to supply IP range specific discovery rules
API: Bug Fixes
  • Resolved an issue with API read-only access permissions
Version 5.3.0
Release Date
  • 15-Nov-2017
Minimum Requirements Changes
  • Statseeker server CPUs must support the SSE4.2 instruction set
Product Changes
  • Upgraded the underlying OS to FreeBSD 11 Stable
  • Added support for Microsoft Azure deployment
  • Added support for Openstack deployment
  • Standardised regular expression searching to utilise PCRE
  • Enhanced real time poller to dynamically adjust output based on returned data
  • Improved ping monitoring for devices with multiple IP Addresses
  • Added system self check alerting
  • Improved security around Cross-site scripting in relation to crontab access
Bug Fixes
  • Fix to update partitions after a disk size change



Current Service Packs

Service packs are periodically released to address issues encountered post-release. For access to these service packs, and assistance with applying them to your Statseeker server, please contact Customer Support.

Statseeker v5.5.5 Service Pack (scs_service_pack_5_5_5-1.6.0.scs)

This service pack is only applicable to Statseeker v5.5.5 servers. For access, please contact Customer Support.

Dashboard fixes:

  • Fixes an issue that could cause a dashboard query to consume all CPU resources

Reporting fixes:

  • Fixes an issue preventing aggregation of specific field values
  • Fixes an issue causing false “ping up” events

Threshold/Alerting fixes:

  • Fixes an issue which hid some attribute fields from threshold configuration
  • Fixes an issue preventing alert emails from being distributed to multiple recipients

Administration fixes:

  • Fixes a user permissions issue preventing some accounts from running the Device Viewer report
  • Fixes an issue which could result in some groups being unavailable during user configuration

Statseeker v5.5.4 Service Pack (scs_service_pack_5.5.4-1.0.0.scs)

This service pack is only applicable to Statseeker v5.5.4 servers. For access, please contact Customer Support.

Dashboard fixes:

  • Fixes Worldmap panel drilldown content
  • Fixes Pie-chart drilldown content
  • Fixes Asset Overview dashboard: Top 10 Asset Counts by Model and Software > Model column drilldown
  • Fixes Asset Overview: “Top 10 Device Counts by Model” pie-chart count
  • Improves Default Dashboard load times

Reporting fixes:

  • Fixes issue preventing MAC-IP record insertion

Threshold/Alerting fixes:

  • Fixes issue preventing alert output previews
  • Fixes issue preventing loading of some Threshold configurations in editor
  • Fixes event record insertion crash

Administration fixes:

  • Fixes issue preventing Device Delete\Retire UI from loading
  • Fixes issue causing server licensing to erroneously report exceeded device limit
  • Updates permissions for SNMP agent

Statseeker v5.5.3 Service Pack (scs_service_pack_5_5_3-1.0.7.scs)

This service pack is only applicable to Statseeker v5.5.3 servers. For access, please contact Customer Support.

Rewalk Performance:

  • Performance fix for the discovery process when walking devices that don’t handle bulk requests well

Dashboard fixes:

  • Fixes the TopN variable in the MAC IP dashboard
  • Fixes missing CB QoS fields in dashboards
  • Fixes errors when using API formulas with dashboard graphs
  • Fixes issue with Image Map panels storing internal ID’s

Reporting fixes:

  • Update default ping reports to include ping-only devices and exclude retired devices
  • Fixes device names in reports that contained leading 0’s
  • Fixes missing graphs in Interface reports
  • Fixes down time column in Ping Current Unreachable report
  • Reverts Ping Top Delay Graphs report to use existing Ping RTT field
  • Fixes issue where ‘current’ format cannot be used with another format in the same report
  • Fixes error in some reports that cross a daylight savings shift
  • Fixes error in some reports that contain device links

Retired devices log messages:

  • Fixes issue related to a large number of errors in the base logs about mismatched intervals