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manual:installation:upgrade_notes_340 [2018/03/19 14:52]
natalja.cernohajeva API changes section updated with information about validation of period field
manual:installation:upgrade_notes_340 [2019/02/12 06:36]
martins-v linking to template changes
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 === API changes === === API changes ===
  
-  * Deprecated ''​isreadable()''​ and ''​iswritable()''​ methods as well as the ''​proxy.interfaces''​ parameter have been removed; +  * Deprecated ''​isreadable()''​ and ''​iswritable()''​ methods as well as the ''​proxy.interfaces''​ parameter have been removed. 
-  * validation ​of "​period"​ field has been added disallowing trailing semicolon. All existing trailing semicolons will be removed by proxy/​server during upgrade.  ​+  * Validation ​of "​period"​ field has been added disallowing ​trailing semicolon. All existing trailing semicolons will be removed by proxy/​server during upgrade.  ​
  
 === Changed housekeeper defaults === === Changed housekeeper defaults ===
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 Socket-based inter-process communication has been added in Zabbix 3.4. On systems where SELinux is enabled it may be required to add SELinux rules to allow Zabbix create/use UNIX domain sockets in the ''​SocketDir''​ directory. Currently socket files are used by server (alerter, preprocessing,​ IPMI) and proxy (IPMI). Socket files are persistent, meaning are present while the process is running. Socket-based inter-process communication has been added in Zabbix 3.4. On systems where SELinux is enabled it may be required to add SELinux rules to allow Zabbix create/use UNIX domain sockets in the ''​SocketDir''​ directory. Currently socket files are used by server (alerter, preprocessing,​ IPMI) and proxy (IPMI). Socket files are persistent, meaning are present while the process is running.
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 +=== See also ===
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 +  * [[:​manual/​installation/​template_changes|Template changes]]