PRTG Release 19.4.53 brings version 2 of the SNMP Fujitsu System Health Sensor

 Originally published on November 11, 2019 by Sascha Neumeier
Last updated on January 29, 2024 • 5 minute read

PRTG release 19.4.53 has been available in our stable channel for a few days now. Take some time and find out what's new in this version.

SNMP Fujitsu System Health v2 Sensor

The SNMP Fujitsu System Health v2 BETA sensor monitors the status of a Fujitsu PRIMERGY server via iRMC. It might also work with the Fujitsu PRIMEQUEST, ETERNUS, and CELSIUS product lines if they have iRMC available. The sensor shows useful metrics for CPU usage, fans, memory modules, battery, and power supply of your Fujitsu servers.

You can find information such as fan status and temperature status compactly summarized in the overall status now. 


iPlease Note


If you already use the preceding SNMP Fujitsu System Health BETA Sensor, please note that with the installation of release 19.4.53, these sensors will no longer work. You need to add the new version of the sensor to continue monitoring your Fujitsu servers. To keep historic data, you can pause existing instances of deprecated sensors.

We are looking forward to hearing your feedback about this new sensor! If you’d like to contribute, just send your feedback to

PRTG Enterprise Console is at end of life

You've probably already noticed that since PRTG version 19.4.53, we don't officially support the Enterprise Console anymore. Please note that your Enterprise Console may stop working in upcoming versions without further notice due to changes to the PRTG server. Please use PRTG Desktop, which is the successor of the Enterprise Console.

For more information about the details, the highlights of PRTG Desktop, the easy transition procedure and more, please visit this article: PRTG Enterprise Console EOL – Switch to PRTG Desktop Now.

Some other notable fixes and improvements

  • We improved the security of the password recovery function on the PRTG login page. PRTG will not provide any information about user accounts anymore when you request a new password.
  • We improved the performance of the Notification Triggers tab. Actions like adding or removing notification triggers provide feedback considerably faster than in the previous PRTG versions 19.3.51 and 19.3.52.
  • We corrected a color mismatch in the map object Device Tree (S). The object now shows the correct color for the status Down (Acknowledged), just like all other device tree map objects.

All in all, since the release of PRTG version 19.4.52 a few weeks ago, we included more than 100 improvements to the software, the sensors, the language files, the reports and the web interface. See the PRTG release notes page for details and all other changes in the latest versions.

Check out our public product roadmap

We also offer a public roadmap of PRTG on our website. There you can read what features we are currently working on and what kind of things we want to implement in PRTG in the future.

Your PRTG maintenance has expired?

Is your PRTG installation out of maintenance and you can’t install the latest release? We can fix that! Just switch to your PRTG Welcome screen and hit the “Get Maintenance” button. If you prefer personal contact, send an email to and our fabulous Customer Service Team will be there for you.