Never miss another process crash on Linux with the Abnormal Process Termination sensor on Linux/x64! Beyond stabilization for GA, Abnormal Process Termination sensor gains support for:
Custom Service Rules can be created using the tag
jvm.args. For example if your JVM is started with arguments
-Dapp.name=MyApplication -Dapp.stage=Prod your configuration can be as shown below.
The derived service name is
jvm.args tag can be used in any combination with other
tags to form the service name according to your needs.
With this addition, you can now track, visualize and monitor the full request lifecycle of your Celery tasks from request, queue to completion.
apt_auth.confin the OneLiner and describe how to use it in the Linux documentation
tmpwatchand its potential deletion of necessary files in
/tmp/.instana, and describe a workaround to be deployed by customers discretionally.
tmpfiles.d, and add to the Linux agent packages (DEB and RPM) a
tmpfiles.dpolicy to prevent the deletion of necessary files in
/tmp/.instana. Notice: Due to poor default
tmpfiles.dpolicies in Debian-derivates (including Ubuntu), we cannot disable the harmful behavior. Upon installing the agent package, you may see the following warning:
WARNING: The tmpfiles.d policies of this system may cause the Instana agent to malfunction by deleting the /tmp/.instana directory; refer https://www.instana.com/docs/setup_and_manage/host_agent/on/linux#tmpfiles.d for more information.
Added support for the host agent for:
v1.15.0has added support for instrumenting database clients that use
endare now ignored by default.