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Important: This Collector version fixes the known issue present in versions 29.101 through 29.105 that was resulting in resources with heartbeats to be incorrectly marked as dead/down.
If you installed a Linux-based Collector version 29.105 or earlier running as non-root, edits were made to your /etc/sudoers file to allow the Collector to restart.
As of Collector version 29.106, there is now a separate binary with SUID for this purpose. This means that, upon update to 29.106, edits to your /etc/sudoers file are no longer needed and you can safely remove them—either manually or via script.
Cmnd_Alias SYSTEMD_LOGICMONITOR_WATCHDOG = /bin/systemctl start logicmonitor-watchdog.service, /bin/systemctl stop logicmonitor-watchdog.service, /bin/systemctl restart logicmonitor-watchdog.service, /bin/systemctl status logicmonitor-watchdog.service
Cmnd_Alias SYSTEMD_LOGICMONITOR_AGENT = /bin/systemctl start logicmonitor-agent.service, /bin/systemctl stop logicmonitor-agent.service, /bin/systemctl restart logicmonitor-agent.service, /bin/systemctl status logicmonitor-agent.service
logicmonitor ALL=NOPASSWD: SYSTEMD_LOGICMONITOR_WATCHDOG
logicmonitor ALL=NOPASSWD: SYSTEMD_LOGICMONITOR_AGENT
logicmonitor ALL=NOPASSWD: /bin/systemctl daemon-reload
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