It is not possible to monitor MySQL 8 with this version of MySQL Enterprise Monitor, nor is it possible to configure this version of MySQL Enterprise Monitor to use MySQL 8 as its repository. To monitor MySQL 8, you must use MySQL Enterprise Monitor 8.0.
The performance of the data aggregation process is improved in this release. (Bug #26950542)
The MySQL server, bundled with the MySQL Enterprise Service Manager, has been upgraded to MySQL 5.7.22.
The bundled JRE was updated to 1.8.0_172 for both the Agent and Service Manager.
The MySQL Enterprise Service Manager always used the default data purge values, regardless of what values were specified. (Bug #27869486)
MySQL Enterprise Monitor Agent parsed all
name=valuepairs, even if they were inside comments, or outside legal config sections in a Cluster
As of this release, only configuration values in legally defined sections are parsed. (Bug #27844552)
The Query Analyzer's Configure Query Analyzer link did not link to the Query Analyzer advisors. (Bug #27844552)
The documentation did not clearly state that the GUI-based advisors could not be copied as the basis for custom advisors. Only expression-based advisors can be copied in this manner. (Bug #27731494)
The Zoom links on the Query Analyzer page did not alter the graph time range. (Bug #27410942)
The Last Seen column of the Unreachable Agents did not sort by date.
On Windows platforms, the agent service description contained an incorrect version number.
The emailed links were incorrect for events generated by the SQL Statement Generates Warnings or Errors and Average Statement Execution Time Advisor advisors.
It was not possible to edit any notification groups other than the first 10 displayed. The remaining groups were displayed as inactive.