The agent can now write an audit log that shows an unencrypted stream of all information sent to New Relic’s servers. The audit log can potentially use up a lot of disk space, so it’s best to use this on an as-needed basis.
In addition to wall-clock time, CPU time (a.k.a. “burn”) is included at the top of transaction traces in the New Relic user interface.
SSL connections to New Relic collectors are now kept alive for the entire application data harvest, rather than re-negotiated for each application during the harvest.
The agent will attempt to auto-detect client SSL certificates on FreeBSD.
This agent release also includes various bug fixes, including ones concerning obfuscated SQL processing and cross-application data leakage.