Release Notes

Windows Platform

  • Title: Data Recording Module, Windows Platform Release Notes
  • Publish date: 05 August 2017
  • Platforms: x64
  • Latest Release: 1.2.12
  • Known Defects:
  • Comments:

This is the release notes for data recording package for Windows x64 platform. This document includes all changes up to the current stable release, listing all updates and bug fixes. Additional if the release contains specific instructions all these will be listed and included.

1.2.12 release, 05 August 2017

  • webrec performance improvements
  • svcrec performance improvements
  • hdwrec inventory message update
  • new process data recorder for Windows OS, procrec
  • new X.509 data recorder, certrec
  • new service data recorder, svcrec
  • update perl 5.22.3

1.0.19 release, 03 March 2016

  • detection breaks in a multihomed configuration #94
  • Win32_NetworkAdapter class is very slow #93
  • Win32 nic detection mechanism optimizations #92
  • win32 run queue length size more accurate #91
  • cpurec Win32_PerfRawData_PerfOS_Processor provider #90
  • windows recorders time management #87
  • win recorders, reduce the number of time system calls #86
  • win recorders dont get cpu time #85
  • update perl 5.20.3

1.0.18 release, 10 January 2016

  • sender does not honor verbose settings as service #84
  • diskrec windows not reporting all disks #83
  • sender should be aware of web monitoring dsid #77
  • windows services running, no krd data available #76

1.0.17 release, 31 October 2015

  • sender transport POST compliance #72
  • NIC detection on Hyper-V deployments #70
  • windows silent installation support #68
  • windows installer should check on current installations #67
  • windows 10, 2012 R2 OS and Release OS accurate detection
  • transport utility fixes
  • Windows ProgramData relocation for raw data #66
  • hdwrec reports wrong number of physical NICs #60
  • Windows 10 rec reports wrong os #59
  • better documentation

1.0.16 release, 28 August 2015

  • diskrec data message changes #53
  • kronometrix.json on windows should support service interval #56
  • sender should use HTTP::Tiny #51
  • sysrec does not honor interval count options #49
  • sysrec on windows cannot run as a service #48
  • kronometrix.json default settings #47
  • time drifts on win32 platform #35