Now you can see detailed data for individual Pods, Containers and Nodes in your Kubernetes
We have now made it easier to configure DripStat and fixed some bugs:
Dynamic Config File properties###
logLevel properties in the config file are now dynamic. This means you can change their value when your JVM is running and they will take effect.
This is really helpful if you want to see what is going on with DripStat but don't want to restart your JVM to change settings in the configuration file.
More accuracy during JVM startup###
Previous versions would collect data for greater than a minute during JVM startup, resulting in some minor inaccuracies for the initial minutes. Not anymore.
Workaround for Tomcat bug###
Tomcat has a bug that erases request parameter values which was triggered when you used
captureRequestParams in the Config file. It is only relevant when you use
x-www-form-urlencoded Content-Type, which is rare. This release fixes that by working around it.
See the Agent Changelog for more details.