Solution Control Server 8.5.x Release Notes
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This release contains the following new feature or enhancement:
- Support for the Red Hat Enterprise Linux AP 64-bit x86 7 operating system. See the Supported Operating Environment: Framework page for more detailed information and a list of all supported operating systems.
This release contains the following resolved issues:
If Solution Control Servers are configured in an HA pair, after the host restarts, only the primary controlling SCS requests Local Control Agent to start those applications for which Autostart is set to true. As a result, the status of those applications no longer fluctuate between Initializing and Started. Previously in this scenario, both the primary and backup Solution Control Servers sent these requests, causing the status of applications to fluctuate. (MFWK-17379)
This release fixes the memory leak and excessive memory consumption that occurred when SCS was unable to connect to the management port of other Framework servers that support monitoring using SNMP. Now, leaked memory is recovered and memory usage does not accumulate unnecessarily. (MFWK-17342)
SCS running on a SIP Cluster node no longer consumes 100% of the CPU after a dynamic update of the LCA Port and Controlling SCS parameters of the Host configuration. Previously, continuous polling by the SCS socket caused CPU usage to increase to 100%. (MFWK-17221)
The version number of Genesys Security Pack that has been loaded now appears in the header of the log indicating that a secure connection has been enabled between SCS and the application. If a secure connection is not enabled or not required, the version does not appear. (MFWK-17115)
No special procedure is required to upgrade to release 220.127.116.11.