EA Collector 35.100

Last updated on 21 December, 2023

LogicMonitor EA Collector 35.100 is released on December 19, 2023. It is based on the previously released GD Collector 35.000 and includes the following additional updates.

Updated on December 21, 2023

Added – An update about linux collector installation using non-root user.

Enhancements

  • Starting with EA Collector 35.100, linux collector installation via root user is not supported. It is now mandatory to use a non-root user while installing new linux collector.
  • SNMP Traps, Syslog, Windows Event Logging, and Script type LogSource now support the OR operator for resource mapping.
  • It was observed that LogicMonitor supports a common field lmlogMessagesSentToIngest for ingestion count per collector type such as, Syslog, WMI, SNMP Trap, and more. To fill this gap, we added the following metrics for LogicMonitor_Collector_LMLogs DataSource.
    • requestsFailedWithForbiddenError
    • requestsFailedDueToPaymentRequired
    • requestsFailedDueToBadRequest
    • ingestionsFailedDueToEventTooLarge
    • ingestionsFailedForTooOldOrFutureEvent
    • ingestionsFailedDueToInvalidCustomerUUID
    • requestsFailedDueToResourceNotFound
    • requestFailedDueToMoreThanOneResource
    • requestFailedDueToInsufficientResourceInfo 

      We also added the following complex datapoints to LogicMonitor_Collector_LMLogs DataSource.
    • SyslogMessagesSentToIngest
    • WindowsEventlogMessagesSentToIngest
    • K8sEventMessagesSentToIngest
    • K8sPodLogMessagesSentToIngest

Fixed Issues

  • Upgraded version of the following file for minor security updates.
File/JAR Current VersionUpgraded Version
Amazon JAVA Corretto11.0.21.9.1
  • Fixed a security issue related to collector debug command !getconfig.
  • Fixed a security issue related to wrapper.log on collector hosts.
  • Fixed a security issue related to SNMP Trap type EventSource.
  • Fixed a security issue related to Azure property in PowerShell script.
  • Fixed an issue related to Delinea (previously known as Thycotic) credential rotations, leading to monitoring and data collection issues.
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