jffnms  0.9.4
About: JFFNMS is a PHP-based Network Management and Monitoring System that features an integrated syslog, Tacacs, TFTP configuration downloading, SNMP polling, SNMP traps, journalling, auto-discovery, performance graphs (RRD), SLAs, and a lot more (uses MySQL or PostgreSQL).
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This file contains important information about JFFNMS and should be read before installing or upgrading JFFNMS.

Upgrading from 0.8.4

JFFNMS version 0.8.4 shipped with a serious bug with the database extraction. The part of the build process that makes the databases differences was missing, however the database dump worked ok.

This gives us two scenarios:

  • You had a pre 0.8.4 (eg 0.8.3) JFFNMS and upgraded, giving you an unchanged 0.8.3 database.
  • You (re)installed jffnms 0.8.4 and used the database dump. You got the correct database.

The schema for 0.8.4 and 0.8.5 are the same.

This means if you are the first pre-0.8.4 scenario you WILL need to run the SQL update scripts to update your schema, just like you normally should do.

If JFFNMS 0.8.4 was your first database install, your schema is already current, do NOT update the database (it will error out anyhow).