With the new MySQL Enterprise Backup Advisor implementation in 3.0.4, older Agents (3.0.3 and below) would fail to report data with MySQL Enterprise Service Manager 3.0.4 when the MySQL Enterprise Backup Advisor was enabled. MySQL Enterprise Backup users must upgrade each Agent to 3.0.4+. (Bug #17938176)
The MySQL instance UUID is now logged and listed in the MySQL Instances Dashboard. (Bug #17903855)
It was possible to see a
exception on the MySQL
Instances Dashboard if no InnoDB assets were collected
for a MySQL instance. For example, on a MySQL Server 5.1.x
installation without the I_S InnoDB plugins installed.
Object Changed Detected Advisor now
includes information about events and procedures, namely
COM_ALTER_EVENT, COM_ALTER_PROCEDURE, COM_CREATE_EVENT,
COM_CREATE_PROCEDURE, COM_DROP_EVENT, and COM_DROP_PROCEDURE.
libaio detection routine of the
MySQL Enterprise Service Manager Installer was updated to compare 32-bit and
64-bit versions of
libaio in relation to the
MySQL instances configured under an
Blackout would also show an emergency icon. This icon
is no longer displayed, and the MySQL instances remain decorated
with grey italicized text.
The uptime reported from the "MySQL Server Has Been Restarted" Advisor would sometimes report a value of 0. (Bug #17830530)
Sometimes the Agent would not attempt to reconnect to a MySQL Server after a long (5+ minutes) timeout. (Bug #17830547)
When using a non-bundled MySQL server for the MySQL Enterprise Service Manager Repository, the "#" character was not allowed in the associated MySQL server password. (Bug #17812516)
MySQL Enterprise Service Manager now also (first) checks the MySQL server 5.6+
master-info-repository variable to obtain the
master's information. If set to
master information is read from the
When executing the MySQL Enterprise Service Manager Installer from the command line, defining "localhost" as the hostname for a non-bundled Repository database would only attempt to connect via a socket, and not TCP. (Bug #17798799)
Rule expression text was updated, and is now easier to read. (Bug #17752529)
With the latest version of Google Chrome, the vertical toolbar in the MySQL Enterprise Monitor User Interface was not displayed properly. (Bug #17744006)
Ignore MySQL Instances functionality was
removed from MySQL Enterprise Service Manager.
The Edit Instances option no longer validates connection setting changes with bulk editing of MySQL instances (multiple connections) unless their values were changed. (Bug #17788818)
Some default collection precondition statements were updated to better function with MySQL server 5.0.x, which generated too many Agent log messages about non-existent information_schema tables. (Bug #17582225)
--mysqlconnectiongroup Agent Installer
option now allows an Agent to be assigned to multiple groups, by
passing in a comma-separated list of group names. For example,
'--mysqlconnectiongroup "a,b,c"' will assign the Agent to groups
"a", "b", and "c".
(Bug #17559349, Bug #70497)
On Mac OS X, the option to "Install as a Service" was added to the MySQL Enterprise Monitor Installer. (Bug #17550529)
Log entries for failed Agent login attempts were clarified in the log files, as it now reports the user for the attempted login. (Bug #17564469, Bug #70530)
MEB Provider continued to log errors
after an associated MySQL instance was deleted.
The bundled MySQL Server was upgraded to 5.6.15. The previous version was 5.6.14.