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8.5.101.03

Genesys Pulse Collector Release Notes

Release Date Release Type Restrictions AIX Linux Solaris Windows
04/24/15 General X X

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What's New

This release contains only resolved issues.


Resolved Issues


Genesys Pulse Collector now connects to the correct port of the DB Server if a non-default port is specified in the connection. (WBRT-5287)


Genesys Pulse Collector now connects to the correct port of the Message Server if a non-default port is specified in the connection. (WBRT-5286)


Genesys Pulse Collector now logs the correct port of the Stat Server if a non-default port was specified in the connection. (WBRT-5284)


You can now configure Collector to use a local Stat Server as its preferred data source (for example, co-located on the same host with Collector). To do so, you must set option statistic-request-handling/data-source-choice-strategy to value Local. (WBRT-5212)


The default value of the option stat-data-processing-thread-max-load-factor in the parallel-processing section is changed to 300. Previously, it was set to 1. (WBRT-5172)


Genesys Pulse Collector now attempts to choose only Stat Server data sources to which it has a live connection. (WBRT-5164)


The Genesys Pulse Collector application template now contains the external-heartbeat-url and external-heartbeat-folder options in the [heartbeat] section. Previously, they were incorrectly named heartbeat-external-url and heartbeat-external-folder. (WBRT-5161)


The maximum value of the option stat-data-processing-thread-max-load-factor in the parallel-processing section is now increased to 10000. (WBRT-5059)


Genesys Pulse Collector provides a new option that allows you to limit the size of the internal incoming statistic data queue to prevent out-of-memory situations.

Section: statistic-request-handling
Option: max-stat-data-queue-size
Valid Values: 1...2147483647
Default Value: 2147483647
Changes Take Effect: After restart
Limits the internal Genesys Pulse Collector statistical data queue, which stores unprocessed data from Stat Server. Incoming data, that causes this limit exceeded, will be dropped. Genesys recommends to set value of this option to an at least six times the possible maximum total number of statistics.

(WBRT-5053)


Genesys Pulse Collector provides new options that enables you can now generate compressed snapshot files, which take less disk space.

Section: transport-file
Option: compression-method
Valid Values: None, LZ4 (case-insensitive)
Default Value: None
Changes Take Effect: After Restart
Specifies whether compression should be used and which type of compression to use for the snapshot files.

Section: transport-file
Option: lz4-compression-level
Valid Values: 1...16
Default Value: 1
Changes Take Effect: After Restart
Specifies the compression level for the LZ4 compression method.

(WBRT-4548)



Upgrade Notes

Refer to the Deployment Procedure for this release to deploy the installation package within your environment.

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