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Coming on the heels of our noteworthy v.119 release, which brought Auto-Balanced Collector Groups, topology mapping, and the highest number of new and updated LogicModules ever released in a single version, v.120 is a relatively light release.
But that doesn’t mean it won’t have something to make your life just a little bit easier! Check out these upcoming enhancements, which we’ll be rolling out through early June.
Heads up! New deployment windows coming soonBeginning with release v.122 (slated for early July), we’re moving our new version deployment windows from 6-9 p.m. PT on Tuesdays/Thursdays to 6-9 p.m. PT on Mondays/Wednesdays. During deployment windows, portal interruption is typically less than one minute.
SNMP Trap, SysLog, and Log File EventSources now feature testing capabilities! Similar to the testing feature that has long been in place for Windows Event Log EventSources, these new testing capabilities allow you to perform ad-hoc test runs to ensure relevant SNMP Trap, SysLog, and Log File events are being appropriately filtered and captured.
For SNMP Trap and SysLog EventSource tests, you can listen for events as they occur in real time, specifying a sending device and testing conditions. For Log File tests, you’ll specify the sending device and the number of lines to scan in the log file.
The test results identify which events would—and would not—be captured based on the filters defined for the EventSource. For more information on this new features, see Testing EventSources.
The !groovy and !posh debug commands available from the Collector Debug Facility now support dynamic token replacement, allowing you to more easily debug with properties in your script.
The !groovy debug command also supports hostProps.get() to pull in properties; this is preferred and allows you to search for the device to pull properties from within the Collector Debug Facility.
EA Collector 28.300 or greater is required to take advantage of this debug enhancement.
LogicModules that have been added or updated since the last release.
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