What’s new? Other posts in this category: What’s new General Extra plugin tree support: allows to specify alternate plugin tree (in addition to internal one) so that Risu can be integrated more easily with other solutions (for example, excluding Risuclient plugins and just listing the ones in the additional folder) Some minor fixes in documentation and plugins New logo!
What’s new? Other posts in this category: What’s new General Pie charts are now shown for profile reports, showing one ‘piece’ for each status of plugins reported, check www preview for a sample.
What’s new? Other posts in this category: What’s new General Improve handling of dates forcing LC_ALL Create a new function (thanks Mikel) to take from an ordered list of files the first_file_available and exits (because sometimes, depending on sosreport version it might have one file or another). Patternfly was updated to latest minor Other changes made to is_active and is_enabled Functions that were later enhanced to use first_file_available Test to detect issues with LEAPP in-place upgrade for EL7->EL8 if / and /var are on different device.
During the las months Risu team has not found any big issues or functionality that could be missed and worked mostly on performance improvements and some other tests. It was a good timing to align a new year with official release of Risu 1.0.0. We’ve recently also embraced a new telegram chat for our users via https://t.me/RisuUG to contact our team and for driving further development and evolution. Join us in celebrating 2009 with a new full set of opportunities and challenges to rise up!
What’s new? Other posts in this category: What’s new System information summary Thanks to the suggestion of a colleague, we’ve added ‘sysinfo’ as a ‘profile’. The idea of this, together with the RC_INFO code introduced is to leverage some scripts that report information relevant to the system being analyzed, that might or not be a problem, but still gives you context information about what you’re trying to diagnose. Based on this, and by adjusting sysinfo.
What’s new? Other posts in this category: What’s new General anonymizaton We’ve moved this to an independent function and updated the ‘–call-home ’ to use this function (but leaving sosreport path), so that the results can be aggregated later for checking trends on rules detecting issues, etc. metrics As part of above change, we’ve started a small spinoff that we want to integrate back into Nexus on grabbing metrics of execution we can later analyze.
What’s new? Other posts in this category: What’s new General RC_INFO We had discussions in the past about info that we could provide that was not really a Error. After some extra feedback we did add the RC_INFO exit code to the tests, so that for example xsos output is also provided with Risu results so that it can be quickly checked also from the Web UI overrides.
Red Hat blog post! Risu has been featured in a blog post at https://www.redhat.com/en/blog/Risu-system-configuration-validation-tool?scid=701f2000000tnTlAAI where we highlight what you already know! Happy reading!
What’s new? Our previous edition of What’s new was stored externally at https://iranzo.github.io/blog/2018/01/16/recent-changes-in-magui-and-Risu/, so we’ve copied to this website for completeness (now locally at: Whats new) What has happened since then? We’re presenting at SuperSec 2018 in Almería, Spain SuperSec 2018 Up to 217 plugins as of today Lot of code changes Some of the changes include… General New domain: https://Risuorg.github.io and new URL for repos https://github.
What’s new? During recent weeks we’ve been coding and performing several changes to Risu and Magui. Checking the latest logs or list of issues open and closed on github is probably not an easy task or the best way to get ‘up-to-date’ with changes, so I’ll try to compile a few here. First of all, we’re going to present it at Devconf.cz 2018, so come stop-by if assisting :-) Some of the changes include…