||Support for OpenJDK Java 8.
||User can now remove custom users rules with the Reset
button in the Policy Edit window. The user should reset the state of the node before
deleting the Custom State Provider (CSP) since the deletion does not recalculate
states. After deleting the CSP, a default state provider will be applied.
||Control Center backup causes Service Impact to restart.
||In a large Resource Manager environment, importing (initial reconcile
step) services can take as much as 30-40 seconds per node. When the reconcile stays
running for a significant length of time (over 40-60 minutes), Service Impact stops responding and zodb becomes effectively read-only, causing
modeling and other operations to fail.
||serviced records a validation error in
/var/log/messages.log when the configuration file for
zenimpactstate is empty.
||Service definitions are removed after a Neo4j rebuild.
||Service Impact does not return components to the Production State:
Production for OpenStack component objects.
||If you have a Custom State Provider on the Performance side of an object, events
that should impact the Availability side no longer properly affect the object.
||Attempting to use the DELETE reconcile action on service model import/reconcile
process does not work or match the documented syntax where only one parameter is to be
provided to the action.
||Events that are received via zensyslog are not usable in Service Impact.
||A large number of jobs are created when a device is added to a service for the
||Add to Service search is limited to 1000 results.
||Import a graphml fails with a traceback.
||Default view on Service tab is now Service
||Service Impact healthcheck hangs, resulting in unhealthy status in Control Center.
||Service Impact does not handle events that contain
||Service Impact server consumes all available memory allocated.
||Openstack endpoint cannot be modeled if Service Impact is
||Performance issue adding a NetApp device on Resource Manager 5.x system
with Service Impact and DynamicView ZenPack installed.