I’ve released version 1.1.8 of the Better Cacti Templates project. This release includes a bunch of bug fixes and several important new graphs. There are graphs for the new response-time statistics exposed in Percona Server, and a new set of graphs for MongoDB.
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The full changelog follows.
2011-01-22: version 1.1.8 * The cache file names could conflict due to omitting --port (issue 171). * Load-average parsing did not work correctly at high load (issue 170). * The --mpds option to make-template.pl did not create new inputs (issue 133). * The url and port were reversed in the Nginx commandline (issue 149). * Added $nc_cmd to ss_get_by_ssh.php (issue 154, issue 152). * InnoDB Transactions and other graphs showed NaN instead of 0 (issue 159). * Added graphs for Percona Server response-time distribution (issue 158). * Added graphs for MongoDB (issue 136). * Added a minimum option to the template construction logic (issue 169). * Added memtotal for Memory (issue 146). * make-template.pl sanity checks were too strict (issue 168).