Cockpit is the modern Linux admin interface. We release regularly. Here are the release notes from version 220.
New navigation with integrated switching of hosts
The navigation has been redesigned and brings four major improvements:
- One-level navigation: The current two-level navigation has been squashed for better use of space and better discoverability
- Integrated hosts switching: Switching between hosts as well as editing them can be done now directly from the navigation without using the ‘Dashboard’ component
- Better discoverability of applications: Applications are shown as the first group in the menu and are also searchable
- Access level for all hosts: You can change between Administrative and Limited access on every host, right from the navigation
Logs: Inline help for filtering
The previous release introduced new advanced search features for logs.
This release adds a help button that shows an overview of accepted options, and the
journalctl command corresponding to the current filter.
Storage: Improve side panel on details page
The side panel on the storage details page has been unified and uses the same layout as on the storage overview page.
Try it out
Cockpit 220 is available now: