Important note: With the 6.1 release we have changed registration keys. The new key is available for registered users from our Customer Portal. Users upgrading from a pre-6.1 version should have the new key available before installing. Until Monyog is registered with the new key, it will not be collecting data from your servers.
* The Real-Time interface in Monyog has been completey rewritten. In addition to a more consistent/intuitive GUI it is now able to collect data from multiple MySQL servers simultaneously (one collection of Real-Time data per server). Once data collection for a server has been started it will continue untill stopped by user, also if browser connection is closed in between. The sole exception is that Real-Time data collection for a server will stop after 3 days if no activity has happened inside the particular Real-Time session.
* Added an option to set line terminator for csv reports.
* Renaming a registered server to a new name already in use would not raise any error. Instead data for the affected server would not display anymore.
* In rare cases clicking ‘test SSH settings’ -button would not display any response.
* When registering a “Postmaster Enterprise SMTP server” in Monyog, mail notifications failed to be sent.
* ‘diagnostics report’ failed to download when Monyog was running behind a HTTP (‘reverse’) proxy server.
* Clicking on editing SMTP settings from server registration page did not redirect to tools page and thus editing was not possible from here. The problem was alone a problem with the particular hyperlink. From the tools page everyting worked as expected.
* The following gtid-related variables in MariaDB 10 could trigger false notifications: gtid_binlog_pos, gtid_binlog_state, gtid_current_pos, gtid_slave_pos and last_gtid.
* Monyog failed to establish SSH connection to Linux servers using the “OpenSSH-HPN” SSH implementation.
* When an identifier contained digits (such as ‘abc12’, ‘ab12ab’ etc.), the Query Analyzer, the WayBack Machine and Real-TIme interface would consider these digits literals, and they would be replaced with ‘?’.
* If Monyog did not have sufficient privileges to the Monyog /Data folder, adding a new server could crash Monyog.
* In rare cases replication page could fail to render properly.
* Dashboard page was renamed to ‘Charts’.
* The tab-order of Monyog’s interface has been rearranged.
* Also note that ‘WayBack machine’ interface is still available (unlike what was the case with the 6.2 beta, where we experimentally removed it)