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With this release, the oldest supported OneAgent versions are:

How long are versions supported following rollout?

Operating systems

Current support changes

Current OneAgent support changes

OneAgent 1.197 will be the last OneAgent version that supports the following technologies

  • Oracle Hotspot JVM 12
    • The vendor has de-supported this technology and version with 2019-09-30
  • OpenJDK 12
    • The vendor has de-supported this technology and version with 2019-09-30
  • SAP JVM 9, 10

Current 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

Upcoming support changes

Upcoming Operating systems support changes

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 1.197.129)

24 total resolved issues

Java

  • JVM incorrectly reported the first object allocated by a thread as a hotspot. This issue has now been fixed. (ONE-40011)

.NET

  • Resolved OneAgent startup issue that occurred when using WindowsBase assembly inside a monitored application. (ONE-42445)
  • Added Setting to Workaround Problems with 3rd Party ISAPI-Modules that change Headers. (ONE-38026)
  • Fixed a possible deadlock situation in OneAgent .NET module shutdown. (ONE-39873)
  • Improved OneAgent .NET code module handling on read-only file systems. (ONE-40141)

PHP

  • Fixed issue causing OneAgent PHP module crash due to insufficient resources to initialize. (ONE-40005)

Go

  • Fixed possible crash of Go processes when enabling Infrastructure Monitoring mode. (ONE-43245)

IIB

  • Fixed problem with looping scenarios in message flows where the Dynatrace-created tagging data in HTTPRequestHeader caused misplacement of succeeding MQMD header. (ONE-42677)

All modules

  • Passing relative paths for dataStorageDir in the PaaS config is now possible. (ONE-41735)
  • Passing relative paths in the PaaS config is now possible. (ONE-41662)

cluster

  • The correct warning for missing technology is correctly displayed for Kafka. (APM-241597)

General

  • A host group defined manually in the local ruxitagentproc.conf file is merged with the standalone config from the server, thereby ensuring that the host group is never ignored. (APM-240376)
  • The unifyDateDelimiters parameter no longer replaces dots with dashes in the timestamp, thereby ensuring that the correct timestamp with ms is parsed correctly. (APM-240751)
  • Windows with 2 socket motherboards now enumerate cores and logical cores properly. (APM-243405)
  • Dumpproc no longer removes sticky bit from the log/crashalers and log/supportalerts directories and creates new alerts with the sticky bit. (APM-237189)
  • Fixed handling of custom Docker socket locations on Linux and fixed reading from Docker API in OneAgent root mode. (APM-245387)
  • NFS mounted disks are now reported correctly under host disks. (APM-247603)
  • Setting DT_CLUSTER_ID no longer merges two process groups from different Host Groups. (APM-242921)

infrastructure monitoring solution

  • The EEC user-config endpoint doesn’t return 404 anymore. (APM-242383)

Logging module

  • Square brackets “[]” can now be used as rotation/stream ID separators, so log files with names such as “file[1].log” are properly supported. (APM-248547)

Mainframe

  • Resolved crash in OneAgent zRemote module during ZDC re-initialization. (ONE-42737)
  • Unknown service for CICS DLI (ONE-41767)

OneAgent Installer

  • oneagentctl now restricts setting more than one host property under one key. (APM-242720)
  • OneAgent container bootstrap script no longer tries to unmount the same path twice. (APM-240556)

Early Adopter releases

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

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