Functionality Added or Changed
As of this release, a warning is displayed when an instance is selected for the InnoDB Buffer Pool Usage report. The warning advises on the resources utilized and the possible load imposed on the selected instance. (Bug #18344437)
As of this release, the graph is displayed on the Query Analyzer page by default.
It is recommended to clean your browser's cookies. The open, or closed, status of the graph is stored in a cookie.
It is now possible to delete unused or obsolete assets from the Inventory. For more information, see Inventory Pages .
It is now possible to add a note when suspending an event handler. The content of the note is displayed if you hover the cursor over the event handler's state icon.
If an event handler is automatically suspended, due to the removal of the advisor, or change in replication topology, a note is automatically generated by the system.
Orphaned events are now closed automatically. If a custom advisor is deleted, or one of the default advisors is removed after an upgrade, and leaves orphaned events on the Events page, those events are automatically closed. A system-generated comment is added to the event.
A data-connection pool configuration issue resulted in reduced performance and application scalability where large installations were monitored. (Bug #19209049)
Remotely monitored MySQL instances were labelled as Local in MySQL Enterprise Monitor User Interface if the thread ID of the connection was larger than 32 bits. (Bug #19183767)
The SNMP trap configuration field, Target 2 was cleared when the SNMP settings were saved. The value defined in Target 2 was saved, but not displayed. (Bug #19002285)
It was not possible to purge events if
enforce_gtid_consistency=1. An error was
MySQL Enterprise Monitor User Interface behaved unpredictably if a custom graph or advisor was imported with the same title as an existing graph or advisor, but a different UUID.
As of this release, checks are introduced to ensure normal behaviour of the MySQL Enterprise Monitor User Interface if such duplication occurs.
If the graph or advisor has the same name and UUID, but the version number was not incremented, the import fails and MySQL Enterprise Service Manager raises an error.
If the graph or advisor has the same name but a different UUID, the import fails and MySQL Enterprise Service Manager raises an error containing the name of the advisor.
In both scenarios, the import process fails. (Bug #18306986)
rangeLabel element was not processed if it was
used in a custom graph.
Unknown was displayed
(Bug #17556299, Bug #18311827)
32-bit Java installations were not properly removed on Linux platforms if they were upgraded with the 64-bit MySQL Enterprise Monitor package delivered with version 3.0.12.
As of this release, if you upgrade an 32-bit Java installation with the 64-bit version, the 32-bit version's files are completely removed.
tcnative-1.dll is restored on Windows
hosts in this release.