Release Date: 2017-12-11
- All the essential microservices are now in place: Core, Storage, South, North.
- Storage plugins available in the main repository:
- Postgres: The storage layer relies on PostgreSQL for data and metadata
- South plugins available in the main repository:
- CoAP Listener: A CoAP microservice plugin listening to client applications that send data to FogLAMP
- North plugins available in the main repository:
- OMF Translator: A task plugin sending data to OSIsoft PI Connector Relay 1.0
- Startup Script:
foglamp startdoes not check if the Core microservice has started correctly, hence it may report that “FogLAMP started.” when the process has died. As a workaround, check with
foglamp statusthe presence of the FogLAMP microservices.
- Snap Execution on Raspbian: there is an issue on Raspbian when the FogLAMP snap package is used. It is an issue with the snap environment, it looks for a shared object to preload on Raspian, but the object is not available. As a workaround, a superuser should comment a line in the file /etc/ld.so.preload. Add a
#at the beginning of this line:
/usr/lib/arm-linux-gnueabihf/libarmmem.so. Save the file and you will be able to immediately use the snap.
- OMF Translator North Plugin for FogLAMP Statistics: in this version the statistics collected by FogLAMP are not sent automatically to the PI System via the OMF Translator plugin, as it is supposed to be. The issue will be fixed in a future release.
- Snap installed in an environment with an existing version of PostgreSQL: the FogLAMP snap does not check if another version of PostgreSQL is available on the machine. The result may be a conflict between the tailored version of PostgreSQL installed with the snap and the version of PostgreSQL generally available on the machine. You can check if PosgreSQL is installed using the command
sudo dpkg -l | grep 'postgres'. All packages should be removed with
sudo dpkg --purge <package>.
Release Date: 2018-01-09
- Startup Script:
foglamp startscript now checks if the Core microservice has started.
foglamp startcreates a core.err file in $FOGLAMP_DATA and writes the stderr there.
- Incompatibility between aiohttp and yarl when FogLAMP is built from source: in this version we use aiohttp 2.3.6 (check here). This version is incompatible with updated versions of yarl (0.18.0+). If you intend to use this version, change the requirements for aiohttp for version 2.3.8 or higher.
- PostgreSQL with Snap: the issue described in version 1.0 still persists, see Known Issues in v1.0.
Release Date: 2018-01-18
- Fixed aiohttp incompatibility: This fix is for the incompatibility of aiohttp with yarl, discovered in the previous version. The issue has been fixed.
- Fixed avahi-daemon issue: Avahi daemon is a pre-requisite of FogLAMP, FogLAMP can now run as a snap or build from source without avahi daemon installed.