SQL Diagnostic Manager for MySQL provides the following new features and fixed issues:
8.9.3 New features
SQL DM for MySQL shows a notification in the UI when it is unable to send an Alert message due to wrong settings.
8.9.2 New Features
- SQL DM for MySQL now can analyze audit logging in Aurora Server.
8.9 New Features
- SQL DM for MySQL includes a query load profiling to Query Analysis along with a new interface for Query Details to make it easier to analyze query performance over time.
- Introduced new APIs for updating user passwords and LDAP bind user password.
- This version includes several Enterprise security improvements:
- Restrict access to individual custom dashboards and the ability to create new dashboards to newly created users.
- Capability to hide literals in SQL statements,
- Ability to remove default admin user, and rename the default Admin name.
- Improved audit log filtering, adding and excluding filter.
- Configurable SNMP trap format.
8.9.3 Fixed Issues
SQL DM for MySQL now connects to MySQL using SSL encryption with caching_sha2_password authentication plugin.
On Chrome browser, the data is automatically filled for server names, tags, and other filters if the Save Password is turned ON.
SQL DM for MySQL validates the email address properly, and it allows saving multiple emails using space and comma separator.
8.9.2 Fixed Issues
- Google Cloud Server logs are getting analyzed properly.
- Starting with version 8.9.2, modified UDOs will display as Resolved when there are no new changes in future upgrades.
- Query Analyzer, Realtime, and Dashboard statistics extracted files, now collect correct time/date.
- General Log Export as CSV does not show undefined and NAN in the CSV file anymore.
- MySQL Versions prior to 5.6.2, now display accurate disk space.
- Show/Hide literals in Long running query notifications, are now available for all notification channels.
- When the query contains special characters, the exported CSV file now is formatted properly.
- Resolving Conflicted CSO’s now works properly.
- SQL DM for MySQL now sends pagerduty notifications correctly when the length of the message is greater than 1024.
- Editing a LDAP Password now sets the new password accordingly.
- MariaDB roles are listed correctly.
- The values plotted in the Monitor trend charts, are now converted to bytes.
- The column QPS now sorts accurately.
- Total Time column in Query Analyzer page, now shows the value properly.
8.9 Fixed Issues
- The Threads page now correctly displays queries that contains these “<” or “>” characters.
- The Event Details window now correctly displays the event values that contains special characters.
- The SSL settings now correctly save the changes after editing the servers.
- The client user filter option in the Sniffer settings now works correctly.
- The Locked and Locking Queries in Real-time are now available for MySQL 8.0+ servers.
- The Connection Type is no longer changing from SSL to Direct when editing a server using API.
- SQL DM for MySQL is no longer crashing when passing some arguments in the start command.
- SQL DM for MySQL now correctly exports CSV reports when applying filters in the Query Analyzer, Dashboard, and Real-time.
- All chart series are visible for MySQL 8.0+ version in the Dashboard and screens.
- MariaDB Connector is upgraded to 3.1.11.
- JQuery library is upgraded to 3.5.0.