NAV 5.0.4 released
The fourth maintenance release of the 5.0 series of NAV is now out!
The source code is available for download at GitHub.
New packages for Debian 9/10 (Stretch/Buster) are available in our APT repository as usual.
Please also be extra aware of config file changes. Look out for
*.dpkg-dist files in
/etc/nav and make sure to update your running config.
The virtual appliance will be updated shortly.
Python 2 reached its end-of-life on January 1, 2020. NAV 5.0 therefore moves to Python 3, and as such, you will need at least Python 3.5 to run NAV.
Most of NAV will still run on Python 2 as of the 5.0 release, but from this point, Python 2 will be deprecated and we will start removing code that exists solely to keep compatibility with Python 2.
Fixed GitHub issues in this release:
- #2074 ([BUG] ipdevpoll inventory job crashes for many devices with an AttributeError)
- #2075 ([BUG] Editing existing API tokens shows no enabled endpoints)
- #2077 ([BUG] string handling in snmptrapd is broken on Python 3)
- #2081 ([BUG] Bulk importing netboxes without a managment profile raises an exception)
- #2083 ([BUG] TypeError is raised when creating a csv for download from a room-search)
- #2085 ([BUG] TypeError is raised when getting navlet)
- #2087 ([BUG] Reports with many pages crash once page 4 is visited)
- #2090 ([BUG] Marking machine as disabled in arnold raises TypeError)
- #2092 ([BUG] ipdevinfo sensor tab produces too large Graphite request)
- #2093 ([BUG] PortAdmin crashes when viewing a switch with non-ASCII port descriptions)
- #2097 ([BUG] Adding a manual detention without a number of days until autoenable crashes Arnold)
We always advise you to have a look at NAV’s accompanying release notes when upgrading.
Happy NAVing everyone!