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New Release Available - 0.9.6

Written for Graphite by chrismd on 2010-02-26

This release contains tons of community contributions of new features and bug fixes. More details are on the wiki.

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New Release Available - 0.9.5

Written for Graphite by chrismd on 2010-01-05

Finally! A new release of Graphite, read all about it on the wiki: http://graphite.wikidot.com/

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Lots of changes in trunk, 0.9.5 release coming soon

Written for Graphite by chrismd on 2009-10-26

I've finally wrapped up a lot of changes that will make for a good next release. It needs to be tested for a while of course, so I'm guessing the next release, 0.9.5, will be available early November. This will be a big release that addresses several issues with scalability, maintainability, and the user interface. More details on the changes are available here: http://graphite.wikidot.com/what-s-new-in-0-9-5

New Release Available - 0.9.4

Written for Graphite by chrismd on 2009-01-30

This release is an incremental improvement over 0.9.3, including lots of bug fixes and a few enhancements, here is a summary of the changes:

* several javascript fixes in the web interface
* added explicit metric filtering for carbon
* fixed a regression that broke the CarbonLink feature

Goals for the next release are better documentation, a truly federated webapp (so a shared storage volume will not be required to run multiple graphite servers), and filtering controls for carbon. Thanks again to everyone who has been submitting bug reports and questions.

The new release can be downloaded at http://graphite.wikidot.com/downloads

New Release Available - 0.9.3

Written for Graphite by chrismd on 2008-07-16

This release is an incremental improvement over 0.9.2, including lots of bug fixes, major enhancements to the installer, and several new handy scripts. Thanks to everyone who submitted bug reports and questions. The next few Graphite releases will continue to focus on quality rather than new features. In particular, 0.9.4 will include a re-write of the carbon backend, which will be much simpler and easier to administer and troubleshoot. I am also working on porting lots of internal documentation to this wiki. My goal is to have a 1.0 release by the end of the year, which must be well-documented, easy to deploy, easy to troubleshoot, and of course as bug-free as possible. If there is time a new feature or two might make it in, but this is not the primary focus.

The new release can be downloaded at http://graphite.wikidot.com/downloads

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