The vfs.file.exists agent item previously supported only regular files and links. Support for more file types has been added including directories, sockets, block devices, character devices, etc.
Several file types to include can be specified in the second parameter as a quoted, comma-separated list, while file types to exclude similarly can be specified in the third parameter:
For more details, see vfs.file.exists in agent items.
Information about global script executions is now logged into an Audit log with the following details:
Additionally, there is now an opportunity to pass user information by inserting user-related macros in a script itself. Supported macros:
If a script is executed automatically under an action operation, these macros will not be resolved.
The MS Teams webhook now supports custom fields and custom buttons in message cards.
In addition to static strings, regular expressions are now also supported in user macro context, using the following syntax:
Using regular expressions may significantly reduce the number of user macro contexts you need to define.
See user macros with context for more information.
/metricsendpoint with HTTP agent (see description).
You can get these templates:
templatesdirectory of the downloaded latest Zabbix version. Then, while in Configuration → Templates you can import them manually into Zabbix.
The EnableRemoteCommands agent parameter is now:
Use the AllowKey/DenyKey parameters instead.
The number of hosts displayed in the System information report and widget no longer includes templates. The number of templates is now displayed in a separate row.
File modification time is now ignored in log and log.count items.
The URL dashboard widget and the URL screen element now put retrieved URL content into the sandbox. By default, all sandbox restrictions are enabled. It is possible to modify
sandbox attribute settings in the defines.inc.php file, however turning sandboxing off is not recommended for security reasons. To learn more about the sandbox attribute, please see the sandbox section of the iframe HTML element description.