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This section describes the new functionality for each release.

Release 8.1.260.XX

  • LFMT Build 8.1.260.XX requires an update of the log index database.
  • Automated Cygwin deployment now allows users to mass update current instances of Cygwin.
  • Configurations for backup Configuration Server is now optional.
  • Enable/Disable Log Collection Pane only populates applications that have the configuration option 'all' located in the [log] section.
  • Manage Log Collectors Pane now allows users to start and stop multiple log collection tasks at one time.
  • Manage Log Collectors Pane now shows Last Run and Next Run times.
  • Manage Log Collectors Pane allows users to define an exception period for when collections will be paused.
  • Create Log Package now allows users to filter by specific applications.
  • Packages are now built with a details.txt file specifying the version of LFMT used to create the package.
  • Application and Log Collector Schedule lists are populated in alphabetical order.

Release 8.1.250.XX

  • LFMT Build 8.1.250.XX requires the creation of a new log index database.
  • LFMT Build 8.1.250.XX requires the Java 7 Runtime Environment (JRE).
  • This release supports Microsoft SQL 2005 and 2008 databases.
  • This release supports the configuration of a backup Configuration Server in warm standby.
  • This release provides improved performance by reducing bandwidth consumption.
  • Users can now set the number of log puller archives to retain using the ARCHIVE_SIZE option in the logpuller.sh script.
  • Users can now set the compression level of the rsync procedure using the RSYNC_COMPRESSION option in the logpuller.sh script.
  • Users can now set the largest individual file size log collector will transfer to CLS using the RSYNC_MAXSIZE option in the logpuller.sh script.
  • Log file timestamps are now stored as epoch time.
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