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Rollout start 29 June 2020

With this release, the oldest supported OneAgent versions are:

How long are versions supported following rollout?

.Net Core

  • Added support for gRPC 2.23.2 – 2.29.0

Node.js

  • Added support for Node.js 14 for Linux, Alpine Linux 64-bit (PPCLE)
  • Added support for Node.js 14 for Linux, Alpine Linux 64-bit (x86), Windows (x86)

Operating systems

Upcoming support changes

Upcoming Operating systems support changes

The following operating systems will no longer be supported starting 01 August 2020

  • Linux: Amazon Linux 2014.03 – 2018.03
    • x86 (32bit-only)
    • Last compatible OneAgent version: 1.197
  • Linux: CentOS 6.x, 7.x
    • x86 (32bit-only)
    • Last compatible OneAgent version: 1.197
  • Linux: Debian 8, 9, 10
    • x86 (32bit-only)
    • Last compatible OneAgent version: 1.197
  • Linux: Fedora 30, 31
    • x86 (32bit-only)
    • Last compatible OneAgent version: 1.197
  • Linux: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.4+, 6.x
    • x86 (32bit-only)
    • Last compatible OneAgent version: 1.197
  • Linux: SUSE Enterprise Linux 11.4
    • x86 (32bit-only)
    • Last compatible OneAgent version: 1.197
  • Linux: SUSE Enterprise Linux 12 (initial)
  • Linux: Ubuntu 14.04 LTS, 16.04 LTS, 18.04 LTS, 19.04, 19.10
    • x86 (32bit-only)
    • Last compatible OneAgent version: 1.197
  • Linux: Ubuntu 19.04
  • Linux: Ubuntu 19.04
  • Windows: Windows 7 and 8.1 7 SP1, 8.1
    • x86 (32bit-only)
    • Last compatible OneAgent version: 1.197
  • Windows: Windows 7 and 8.1 7 SP1
  • Windows: Windows Server 2008

The following operating systems will no longer be supported starting 01 November 2020

  • Linux: Debian 8
  • Windows: Windows 10 (Desktop) 1709

The following operating systems will no longer be supported starting 01 December 2020

  • Linux: CoreOS 835.13 – 2512.3
  • Windows: Windows Server 1809

The following operating systems will no longer be supported starting 01 January 2021

  • Linux: Amazon Linux 2014.03 – 2018.03
    • x86 (64bit-only)
    • Last compatible OneAgent version: 1.207
  • Linux: Google Container-Optimized OS 73 LTS

Resolved issues

General availability (Build 1.195.130)

20 total resolved issues

Java

  • Resolved issue in which additional extraneous nodes for “requests to unmonitored hosts” seen with WebFlux HTTP client introspection. (ONE-40297)
  • Fixed problem which resulted in rare freezes of the JVM during real-time updates of Java custom services. (ONE-37426)
  • Fixed problem that resulted in rare crashes during real-time updates of Java custom services. (ONE-35692)
  • Improved unloading of some classes while applying changes to custom services. (ONE-38077)

.NET

  • Improved handling of unsupported RabbitMQ versions. (ONE-41424)

Node.js

  • Fix problem in which a failed RUM injection could lead to HTML truncation in some Node.js corner cases. (ONE-34999)

JavaScript

  • Resolved OneAgent Basic XHR module issue in which some event handlers did not fire. (ONE-34914)

IIB

  • Dynatrace protocol tagging (HTTP, JMS, MQ over JMS) with IBM Integration Bus output nodes (HTTPRequest, SOAPRequest, RESTRequest, JMSClientOutput, MQOutput) may modify IIB message encoding in case the IIB has a local QMGR attached that is non UTF-8 configured (CCSID != 1208). (ONE-41068)

AI causation engine

  • The native correlation statistics output message is now correctly displayed. (ONE-39837)

All modules

  • Host memory metrics (free, reclaimable, used) for Azure, standalone mode, now gathered correctly. (ONE-39895)

General

  • Kernel crashes on AIX caused by OneAgent kernel module have now been fixed. (APM-243133)
  • RabbitMQ connection error handling is fixed (‘url’ attribute was missing). (APM-238742)
  • The format of OSI ID in the instance.properties file of zRemote is now plain hex. (APM-242778)
  • Process group names now displayed correctly. Stripping identifiers from process names is now enabled by default on the agent side. Before this change, OneAgent sometimes did not strip identifiers after a fresh install, before the first config from the server arrived. (APM-180422)
  • OneAgent process group detection corrected. Stripping identifiers from process names is now enabled by default on the agent side. Before this change, OneAgent sometimes did not strip identifiers after a fresh install, before the first config from the server arrived. (APM-181065)

Logging module

  • Added ability to disable spammer detection mechanism in LogAgent via agent debug flag. (APM-242056)
  • Custom date patterns with regex special characters are now escaped properly when parsing log records. (APM-234544)

OneAgent Installer

  • The /opt/dynatrace/oneagent/agent/agent.state file is no longer removed during autoupdate. (APM-242995)

OS module

  • “Containers > CPU Throttling ratio” metric no longer missing fractional part. (APM-242594)
  • Process connectivity alerts are displayed when the process shuts down. (APM-239811)

Update 134 (1.195.134)

Mainframe

  • OneAgent zOS module no longer crashes due to multiple connects from an overloaded ZDC task. (ONE-41761)

OneAgent for mobile

OneAgent for mobile

  • OneAgent for Android: Improved resource handling (ONE-38130)
  • OneAgent for Android: Improved measurement for “onResume” lifecycle event (ONE-37410)
  • OneAgent for Android: Improved communication handling on privacy settings change during app startup phase (ONE-41144)

Early Adopter releases

The following Early Adopter releases are in progress starting with this OneAgent release.

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