- Lighthouse 1.1.11 Release notes
- Lighthouse 1.1.10 Release notes
- Lighthouse 1.1.9 Release notes
- Lighthouse 1.1.8 Release notes
- Lighthouse 1.1.6 Release notes
- Lighthouse 1.1.3 Release notes
- Lighthouse 1.1.2 Release notes
To get access to Portworx PX-Lighthouse docker repository, contact us at [email protected] from your company email address.
Lighthouse 1.1.11 Release notes
- Monitoring-only version of lighthouse with create/delete/snap/node decommissioning disabled
Lighthouse 1.1.10 Release notes
- Fixed an issue where with Portworx 1.2.11, all volumes were showing as attached in UI
Lighthouse 1.1.9 Release notes
- Fixed an issue where deleting user group was crashing UI
Lighthouse 1.1.8 Release notes
- Added in support for the latest Openstorage api’s and made Lighthouse work with these.
- Added creation of the influx px_stats database if not present.
- Added kubernetes commands for spinning up a px node/cluster
- Added feature where the user can specify admin email and company.
- Added feature where the user can specify which port Lighthouse would be running on.
- Fixed an issue where volumes would always show as attached
- Fixed an issue where in different timezones last communication date would show 2017 years ago.
Lighthouse 1.1.6 Release notes
- Updated dashboard with better representation of different IO Priority pools
- Dashboard updates for node status and cluster map
- Improved performance charting in dashboard and performance page
- Shortcuts to performance page from node and volume pages
- Added alerting fade-aways to give better feedback for user actions
- Faster response time for page transitions
Lighthouse 1.1.3 Release notes
In order to use Lighthouse 1.1.3 with authentication, please download and install PX-Enterprise 1.1.2 as well.
- Support for authenticated etcd2. Refer to Lighthouse with Secure etcd
- This version does not support clear alerts. This will be fixed in the upcoming release along with the addition of “Clear All Alerts” capability
- Email server setup with TLS does not work with certificates signed by private CA
- Lighthouse container requires restart, if it has lost connectivity to etcd2
Lighthouse 1.1.2 Release notes
- Handle kvdb access failures and show banner alerts to indicate access issues
- Handle influxDB access timeouts and show banner alerts to indicate access issues
- Improve feedback on Consul and influxDB container restarts
- Fix panics around influx or consul being down and when customer does first login after initial setup
- Fix inability to create new clusters after a node is added to a cluster
- This version does not support clear alerts. This will be fixed in the upcoming 1.1.3 release along with the addition of “Clear All Alerts” capability.