Warning : some features are waiting for external contributions because the development team cannot do everything. Some features may also wait until the development team has time to work on them...
- User management for connections to perfparsed
- Make perfparsed use SSL sockets (for direct connections and for mysql and other databases too)
- Store binary data
- "Summary History" (Tim made an unofficial implementation for it)
- Import details from Nagios.
- Tool to add data to the database from other sources than perfparse (maybe perfparse-log2* can do it ?)
- Check compiles under cygwin, mingw32, ocx and AIX.
User interface (CGI)
- Improve navigation (add menus, icons ?)
- Implement "themes" thanks to stylesheets (xsl, css, ... ?)
User interface (any)
- Modularize the CGI to be able to read data from "read modules" (MySQL, PostgreSQL, Oracle, Sybase... and perfparsed)
- Friendly use of perfparsed history feature, perfparse-log2gnuplot and gnuplot
- User interface in GTK+
- User interface in PHP
- Display binary data
- User management for the user interfaces
- Generate reports in nagios-like style. Use the database to get the data faster than nagios if possible
- Annotations (marks, comments, descriptions, various other annotations) on data. Example : mark a machine as temporary down
- Reports : Use the "stored graphs" feature to display more than one graph per page
- Stored graphs : ability to change the size and time scale of the shown graph
- Zoom tool for both graph generation tool and stored graphs
- Storage modules for various databases including Oracle and Sybase.
- Conversion of the bin data into new format
- Update the install guide
- Write a User's guide
There is another similar list here: Sourcefore Project Page.