Fixed Defects

A list of defects fixed in each release

Update: 28 Februaary 2022 (6.4.33)

ID

Summary

OP-50536

Microsoft 365 service status checks now fail due to the API being deprecated

OP-48831

wmic due to fail on latest windows update due to DCOM hardening

Update: 12 January 2022 (6.4.32)

ID

Summary

OP-50538

Patch log4j security vulnerability with version 2.17.1 (CVSS 6.6)

Update: 21 December 2021 (6.4.31)

ID

Summary

OP-50329

Patch log4j security vulnerability -
CVE-2021-44228, CVE-2021-45046,
CVE-2021-45105

Update: 21 December 2021 (6.4.30)

ID

Summary

OP-47012

SQL Injection possible in rest/snmptrap/debug (CVSS: 7.1)

Update: 28 June 2021 (6.4.29)

ID

Summary

OP-43658

Revisit rules that govern what is classed as a degraded collector

Update: 18 May 2021 (6.4.28)

ID

Summary

OP-43654

Improve performance characteristics of the opsview-datastore process to reduce load on Collectors

Update: 15 April 2021 (6.4.27)

ID

Summary

OP-43866

Fixed a bug in the UI with automatic activations failing to fall back to the manual activation page in the event of an issue

Update: 9 March 2021 (6.4.26)

ID

Summary

OP-43657

Datastore using up available disk space in a very short period of time

Update: 15 February 2021 (6.4.25)

ID

Summary

OP-42366

Flow collector rpc timed out dashlet errors

OP-41003

Upgrade NFDump to fix multiple vulnerabilities

Update: 2 February 2021 (6.4.24)

ID

Summary

OP-43744

Ensure database ID's generated by the opsview-orchestrator process in certain circumstances use the correct auto_increment_increment setting rather than increasing sequentially, to avoid creating problems with MySQL replication

OP-42731

Fixed an issue with the opsview-result-recent process communicating to the MySQL database which resulted in messages not being processed in a reasonable time

OP-43466

Fixed an issue in the UI where authenticated users would be logged out after 1 hour regardless of their activity

OP-39365

Fixed an issue where check and retry intervals for SNMP Polling Servicechecks were incorrectly set to 0

Update: 7 January 2021 (6.4.23)

ID

Summary

OP-42418

Fixed issue where SNMP - MIB II “Uptime Restart” check would display UNKNOWN status when
stale after receiving no passive updates, rather than the intended OK status.

OP-42745

Enterprise customers who monitor a large number of devices will experience a loading time
improvement on the Navigator page

OP-36263

Users will be able to have better visibility on Opsview Cluster and Collectors Health Status
and monitored host impact in the event of a monitoring operation disruption.

OP-38887

Resolved an issue where CouchDB compactions were not working correctly causing disk usage
on Opsview Servers (Master or Collectors) to increase rapidly.

OP-28531

Improve process to handle SNMP Trap user config when upgrading or re-deploying Opsview
Monitor

Update: 09 November 2020 (6.4.20)

ID

Summary

OP-41675
OP-41787

Fix Schedule Downtime issues in situations when:

  • After cancelling a scheduled downtime for an object, the object is still shown in downtime
    in the Investigate window but the author and expiry time appear as unknown or blank

  • Objects are not shown in downtime in the investigate window but they were scheduled to
    be in downtime

OP-40386

Fix Acknowledgement issues where an object appears to be acknowledged but the comment
and author appear as unknown or blank

OP-39836

Improve database deadlock handling to increase
reliability and operational continuity of the Opsview Monitor System

Release: 28 October 2020

This section lists general defects across the product that have been addressed in Opsview Monitor 6.4 release.
Note that any fixes from previous release dates are rolled up into this latest release.

ID

Summary

OP-37615

Solved Test Connection functionality issues within NetAudit in cases where results were not displayed

OP-31097
OP-22196

Increased the restriction of the number of metrics/plots from 10 to 30 for Investigate
window, Graph Tab and Performance Graph Dashlets

OP-34619

Graph refresh button will now work after zooming in and going back to the initial view

ODI-3156

Adjust thresholds for self-monitoring result sender message queue Service Check

OP-37941

New Host Template modal window has incorrect Tab and Field names

OP-37932
OP-38103

Resolve data issues within BSM database tables that were affecting the accuracy of BSM Reports

OP-37485

Improve error message when Importing Monitoring Plugins, taking into consideration Security best practices

OP-37566

Improved error messages across the product

OP-36938
OP-27502
OP-27738

Resolve general Dashboard sharing Issues

OP-38854

Solved VMware Automonitor issues when trying to scan objects nested in folders

OP-39032

Coreutils crontab entries will not be lost after upgrades

OP-39509

Further improvements not to lose Coreutils crontab entries after upgrades

OP-39293
OP-39133

Fixed AutoMonitor issues encountered when populating variables and finding Opsview root Host

OP-38416

As part of an optimised work of the Object Lookup within the Notification Profile, the following
issues have been addressed

A role with only NOTIFYSOME will now work correctly for notifications

Host notifications are now correctly removed, where a relevant service does not belong on it

See Release Notes - What’s New!, General Product Improvements

OP-31157

Resolved an issue where the results-dispatcher was not clearing/refreshing its cache when
Applying changes

OP-24423

When a Host or a Service Check has been created with the same name as a previously
deleted object, it will no longer inherit previous states

OP-37971

Resolve issues where Downtime was allocated to the incorrect Host/Device

OP-39662

Downtime Manager component improvements to avoid failures in situations where object_ids are
missing from Database

OP-39591

Solved a REST API issue where Downtime could not be removed from Hots or ServiceChecks
using filtering

OP-41863
OP-41399
OP-39606
OP-39058

Solved issues where RPC requests were not entirely parallelized and carried out performance
tuning to improve the resilience of message queue

OP-37834

In scenarios where Service Checks are in dependency failure and a manual recheck
is performed, returning a different state (e.g. UNKNOWN, WARNING or OK). The Service
Checks state will be set back to dependency failure in the next Service Check interval if
the dependency failure still exists

ODI-2523

Solved issues with check_snmp_loadavg returning Invalid results

ODI-5966

Addressed cases where some plugins were exposing sensitive information

ODI-5178
ODI-3798

Fixed encoding and result issues with Office365 - Exchange - Service Status Service Check

ODI-3579

Solve Unicode issues with the Result Exporter Component

ODI-5725
ODI-5726

Fixed status resolution for Queue Bytes, Queue Count, Blob Availability and File Availability
Service Checks part of  the Cloud - Azure - Storage Accounts Host Template

ODI-5854

Fixed unicode conversion error for Services Checks from Cloud - Azure - Health Availability
Status
Host Template part of the Cloud - Azure Opspack

ODI-4825

The following Cloud - Azure Opspack related Service Checks will have default threshold values
from this update onwards:
- Azure - VMSSVM - Percentage CPU
- Azure - VMSS - Percentage CPU
- Azure - VM - Percentage CPU
- Azure - SQL DB Managed Instance - CPU Percent
- Azure - App Service Plan - Percentages

ODI-4524

A new variable (AZURE_COMPUTER_NAME) has been added to the following Cloud - Azure Opspack
related Service Checks to receive
the correct metrics values when a monitored Windows VM is part of a domain.
- Azure - Windows VM - Heartbeat
- Azure - Windows VM - Logical Disk Space
- Azure - Windows VM - Memory
- Azure - Windows VM - Processor Queue Length
- Azure - Windows VM - Processor Time
- Azure - Windows VM - System Uptime

Please refer to Cloud - Azure - Windows VMs Host Template documentation for more information.

ODI-3579

Solve Unicode issues with the Result Exporter Component

ODI-4849

Provide support for CacheManager component when TLS is not enabled

ODI-4979

Performance Data will be parsed and graphed correctly for Service Checks with multi-line output

ODI-3719

Contact variables will be now available to be used by the ServiceNow Notification

ODI-6266

OS - VMware vSphere Opspack: The vSphere - Host - Health Issues service check
within the OS - VMware vSphere ESXi Host Host Template has been updated to now
correctly display the sensor type field for numeric sensors. Previously, every numeric
sensor listed would falsely display the type of the first sensor in the list. Additionally,
the VSPHERE_ESXI_EXPECTED_ELEMENT_ISSUES parameter has been updated to take
a list of names as a single record of RFC 4180 defined CSV format with wildcards.
This means that through quoting, users can now include element names that themselves
contain commas