- A new configuration option to supply a proxy URI path has been added to the
- Resolved issue where
service.requestparameters, if present, were being transmitted to New Relic as part of an error analytics event.
- Fixed issue that could cause a
SerializationExceptionand cause metrics to be dropped.
- Fixed bug that would cause performance degradation for deeply nested segments.
- Fixes issue where scoped metrics would be dropped from an initial custom transaction when a second custom transaction was created. Impacts transaction created using the
- Setting slowSql in newrelic.config to 'false' will now turn off slow SQL traces in the agent. This setting defaults to true. Server configuration values for this setting will override the value in the newrelic.config file.
- Removed the generation of unscoped metrics in cases where a transaction was not available. The generation of these metrics has been found to have a noticeable negative performance impact, particularly to low-latency/high-throughput applications. This impact typically shows up as a drop in throughput and higher CPU overhead. The vast majority of these metrics are not visible unless added to a custom dashboard. Datastore and External metrics, however, were visible on their respective pages and will no longer be displayed unless associated with a transaction.
- Fixed an issue when end-user monitoring is enabled that could cause some UTF-8 characters to get corrupted.
- The .NET agent now sends up the
externalDurationattributes when the value is 0.
- Follow standard procedures to upgrade the .NET agent.
- If you are upgrading from a particularly old agent, review the list of major changes and procedures to upgrade legacy .NET agents.