Today we are shipping a new release candidate of the RMM Linux, v2.0.1. This builds on the previous RC by supporting upgrades of existing Linux devices with agent version 1.0.4, thereby preserving the history and status of the device in your dashboard account.
It also means that going forward, Linux Agent versions can be upgraded using the standard agent auto-update function in RMM. Likewise, removal of Linux Agent 2.0.1 can be performed by removing the device from the Dashboard, the same as with Windows and Mac Agents.
- Important: Make sure you update the agent version on all your devices regularly to take advantage of feature enhancements, bug fixes and security updates. Go to ‘Agent’ > ‘Agent Auto-update Settings’ to upgrade your devices.
In addition, with this release we’re also adding support for Monitoring Templates for Linux. Simply select Linux as the intended Operating System when creating a new Monitoring Template…
You can also create one by right-clicking a Linux device and selecting ‘Create Monitoring Template’ from the context menu…
Here are the release notes for today’s update…
Summary for Service Release
– RMM Console v2020.06.10
– Linux Agent v2.0.1
RMM Console v2020.06.10
FEATURE: Monitoring Templates for Linux (requires Linux Agent v2.0.1)
BUGFIX: Resolve issue with adding notes when clearing a check
BUGFIX: Update to add missing devices to the Disk Encryption Recovery Key Report
Linux Agent v2.0.1
FEATURE: Support for Server Monitoring Templates
UPDATE: Agent can now be upgraded from Agent 1.0.4
UPDATE: OpenSSL updated to the version 1.1.1g
Known issues and notes:
- Physical Memory Health Check may not work properly.
- Agent 2.0.0 can’t be updated to 2.0.1 using Dashboard.