OP5 Monitor 9.x Known Issues
OP5 Monitor known issues contain a list of bugs and issues that may affect the performance of your applications and components.
ITRS works on isolating and fixing every product issue that we are aware of. We categorise a bug or an issue as a known issue if it meets the following criteria:
- The issue is reported by multiple users or is likely to have a high impact.
- The users should be aware of to minimise any disruptions to their monitoring.
- It is a critical issue, or with a high severity security vulnerability risk.
The Reported version is also provided for each known issue which indicates the OP5 Monitor version where the issue was found. However, these issues may be valid across multiple versions.
This list is always updated regularly, and issues that are resolved will be added in the OP5 Monitor release notes.
For detailed release notes for the latest version of OP5 Monitor, see 9.x Release Notes.
This section provides the list of known issues affecting this release, and are currently being investigated.
|Issue key||Affected component||Reported version||Known issue description|
|MON-13359||Ninja||OP5 Monitor 9.7||Ninja webUI may occasionally display a license error even though you have a valid license. This can happen after a
This section provides the list of known issues that have been resolved. The resolved known issues are added in the 9.x Release Notes.
|Issue key||Affected component||Reported version||Known issue description||Fix version|
|MON-13126||Backup||OP5 Monitor 9.0||SNMP self-monitoring breaks after migration to OP5 Monitor 9 on systems where OP5 Monitor self-monitors multiple nodes. You can restore this functionality by manually adding
||OP5 Monitor 9.1|
|MON-13139||Nacoma||OP5 Monitor 9.0||The Remove button for custom variable is not working.||OP5 Monitor 9.1|
|MON-13147||Nachos||OP5 Monitor 9.0||The configuration file with
||OP5 Monitor 9.1|
|MON-12946||Plugins||OP5 Monitor 8.3.7, 9.beta||DCOM patch by Microsoft may potentially affect the OP5 Monitor WMI plugins. To know more about the changes required by Microsoft WMIC security hardening, see KB5004442—Manage changes for Windows DCOM Server Security Feature Bypass (CVE-2021-26414).||OP5 Monitor 8.4.0|