Agent 1.2 Available

This update is for the vpsmon-agent and vpsmon-enforce packages.


  • Rewritten network collector for SMTP data and iptables interaction.
  • Resolved possible issue where modification of iptables chains or rules during VPSMon run time may have resulted in an unexpected buildup of chain references.
  • Reliability and stability improvements for network/iptables accounting between RHEL/CentOS 5 and RHEL/CentOS 6 environments.
  • Resolved issue with a given OpenVZ container having an invalid configuration, which may have resulted in a container's resource usage going unaccounted for (vpsmon-agent) or an enforcement against the respective container failing to run (vpsmon-enforce), depending on the severity of the misconfiguration.
  • Resolved issue which prevented process status information from being retrieved for some overall hardware nodes.
  • Agent now properly determines the primary network interface for network data collectors, regardless of interface name. (i.e. named other than ethN)

To update on an OpenVZ agent:

# yum update vpsmon-agent vpsmon-enforce
# service vpsmon-agent restart
# service vpsmon-enforce restart

Written by Bryon Elston on May 24, 2013.