Features added (as compared to 3.04):
* SSL/TLS mail encryption is now supported for mail alerts.
* Added an option to rebuild MONyog databases. Using this option periodically may result in better performance – including shorter startup time when OS is rebooted. Basically using this option will defragment the database including indexes. It is not possible to provide an ‘absolute’ advice on how this option should be used. But the larger the databases and the shorter the sample interval the faster there is a chance of fragmentation occurring after a huge amount of INSERTs and DELETEs to the database (note that only with databases files of around 1 GB and larger we have seen the need for this. A ‘general’ advice could be to execute monthly with large database files).
* Improved error messages for Query Analyzer.
Bug fixes (as compared to 3.04):
* When “Test Connection” or “Test Path” was clicked MONyog seemed inactive. Now the mouse cursor will change to an ‘active state cursor’ indicating that MONyog is performing the requested operation.
* With query sniffer enabled the 64 bit Linux build could crash. Reports about this include RedHat and Ubuntu Linux distributions with very recent Linux Kernels.
Bug fixes as compared to 3.05 beta1 include.
* Registering a server while SQLite VACUUM command was running could cause MONyog to hang.
* The STOP option for SQLite VACUUM command would not work if more than one VACUUM command was executing.