Functionality Added or Changed
The MySQL database, bundled with the MySQL Enterprise Service Manager, has been upgraded to MySQL 5.6.19.
Support Diagnostics now includes a SQL dump of the Advisor Schedules, Inventory and Configuration schemas.
The Configuration schema may contain login credentials. However, these credentials are encrypted using keys which are not stored in the repository.
The OpenSSL library bundled with MySQL Enterprise Monitor has been upgraded to OpenSSL 1.0.1h.
If you are using IPv6 on Windows, you must remove the Tomcat
Native Library (
tcnative-1.dll) from the
\bin directory of your Tomcat
The bundled libcurl library was upgraded to 7.36.0.
As of this release, the Linux installer containing the 64-bit agent with the 32-bit JVM has been discontinued. The following agent installers are provided for Linux platforms:
32-bit agent with 32-bit JVM.
64-bit agent with 64-bit JVM.
On 64-bit Linux platforms, where possible, it is strongly recommended to use the 32-bit agent and 32-bit JVM. The 32-bit version consumes considerably less resources than its 64-bit counterpart. Consult your platform documentation for information on the compatibility libraries required to run 32-bit applications on a 64-bit platform.
The behavior of replication groups and associated event handlers has been improved in this release.
If all instances which make up a replication group are deleted, the replication group is deleted automatically.
If a replication group is automatically deleted, an event is generated and a message is displayed in the MySQL Enterprise Monitor User Interface.
If the deleted replication group was associated with an event handler, the replication group is automatically removed from the event handler's definition.
An event is generated and a message is displayed in the MySQL Enterprise Monitor User Interface stating that the group was removed.
If the deleted replication group was the only filter defined on the event handler, the event handler is suspended.
An event is generated and a message is displayed in the MySQL Enterprise Monitor User Interface stating that the group was removed and the event handler suspended.
This enhancement replaces the manual workaround described in issue #18473938, in version 3.0.8.
The Tomcat server, bundled with the MySQL Enterprise Service Manager, has been upgraded to Tomcat 7.0.54.
It was not possible to add, remove or edit an asset in an event handler which had an asset already defined on it. (Bug #18867946)
If more than 10 event handlers were defined, it was not possible to edit any event handler after the first 10. (Bug #18766362)
The MySQL Ignore Server advisor is no longer used and has been removed.