Release Notes for Zabbix 6.2.6rc2

Zabbix Team is pleased to announce the availability of Zabbix 6.2.6rc2.

Zabbix is an enterprise-class open source distributed monitoring solution. Zabbix is released under the GPL, thus it is free of charge for both commercial and non-commercial use. A complete text of the license is available at http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/gpl.txt.

This document contains the release notes for Zabbix 6.2.6rc2. Download it from download.

The following sections describe the release in details and provide late-breaking or other information that supplements its main documentation.


New Features and Improvements

ZBX-21761 Added HA manager timeout checks and restart in standby mode

Bug Fixes

ZBX-22019 Fixed item value type change not being updated in preprocessing manager cache
ZBX-22001 Re-enabled response decompression support (HTTP header "Accept-Encoding") in web monitoring (reversion of ZBX-21765)
ZBX-22000 Fixed and/or evaluation in LLD filters/overrides
ZBX-21995 Fixed configuration sync compatibility problems between minor versions
ZBX-21997 Fixed parsing JSON starting with whitespace and empty array/object jsonpath output
ZBX-21943 Fixed loss and latency checks in Cisco Meraki template
ZBX-21601 Added optimization for LLD preprocessing by splitting master item to sub metrics
ZBX-16432 Removed the ability to import a graph with an empty name and added graph name length validation up to 128 characters
ZBX-20397 Fixed draggable object alignment

Installation and Upgrade Notes

Installation

See Zabbix documentation for full details.

Upgrade

Recompile Zabbix binaries and update front-end PHP files. See Zabbix manual for a detailed upgrade procedure.

Commercial support

Zabbix Company provides a full range of Professional Services. We also provide trouble-free Upgrade Service for easy migration from earlier versions of Zabbix. Please Contact sales for pricing and more details.

References

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