Cockpit is the modern Linux admin interface. We release regularly.
Here are the release notes from Cockpit 292 and cockpit-machines 290:
Metrics: Add disk I/O per service
The “Disks” usage metrics card now shows the active read and write bandwidth for the top 5 consumers by systemd unit. This is similar to the already existing per-service CPU and RAM usage.
Machines: Add watchdogs which require reboot
In some cases, adding a watchdog to a running VM fails. When that happens, the changes can only be applied through rebooting the VM. The “Add watchdog” dialog now supports this case.
Several right-to-left language fixes
In Cockpit 282, the first round of RTL support arrived. This release of Cockpit further dramatically improves RTL support.
A big thanks to Ahmed Abdelatty for kickstarting this most recent round of improvements!
Try it out
Cockpit 292, cockpit-machines 290, cockpit-podman 69, and cockpit-ostree 193 are available now:
- For your Linux system
- Cockpit Source Tarball
- Cockpit Fedora 38
- Cockpit Fedora 37
- cockpit-machines Source Tarball
- cockpit-machines Fedora 38
- cockpit-machines Fedora 37
- cockpit-podman Source Tarball
- cockpit-podman Fedora 38
- cockpit-podman Fedora 37
- cockpit-ostree Source Tarball
- cockpit-ostree Fedora 38
- cockpit-ostree Fedora 37