Changes (as compared to 3.62) include:
* You can now specify a comma-separated list of users to be ignored/excluded by notify and/or kill actions for long-running queries in ’query sniffer’ interface.
* Added a ‘diagnostic info’ icon to servers in ‘list of servers’ page. Clicking this will generate a report in plain text with the most basic information about the server.
* Added an option to stop/start data collection for a server in ‘list of servers’ page (without opening the detailed pages for this server).
* Enabling/disabling data collection from and/or alerting about all servers can be done from tools .. preferences .. maintenance.
* Enabling/disabling data collection from and/or alerting about specific servers can be done by calling the MONyog URL with parameters. This can be scripted and scheduled using any standard method available with the OS. Please refer to documentation for details.
* Mail alerts will now have a direct link to open MONyog login page.
* Added an option to customize colors used in Dashboard.
* If global wait_timeout setting for a server is lower than the sample interval we will now increase session wait_timeout setting in order to avoid the MONyog.log to grow with a “MySQL server has gone away” message for each data retrieval.
* Fixed some issues with validation of user input. For specific data invalid and unusable input could be saved by MONyog. This includes 1) invalid separator between email addresses 2) Entering a decimal where an integer is required.
* SMTP return codes were neither logged nor were specific messages displayed to the user based on them.
* In connection details page for a server the previous/next links would hide with specific menu items selected.
* In History/Trends, warning message (“No data found in this range, try changing history range!”) didn’t show up for the time-frame in which server data collection was disabled.
* If Adobe Flash was not installed, the message to “install the latest Adobe Flash Player” was displayed more than once.
* Small GUI improvements and fixes.