Documentation Errata in Cloudera Manager 7.6.1 (CDP Private Cloud Base 7.1.7 SP1)

Track swap rate vs. total swap used
Added a new health test that tracks swap rate, to reveal information that swap usage alone does not convey. The health test can be enabled by configuring Swap Memory Rate Thresholds.
Support metrics collection from secure endpoints
Custom Service Descriptors can specify that the Cloudera Manager Agent host certificate is to be used for the purpose of TLS client verification when collecting metrics. Existing Custom Service Descriptors are unaffected by the change.
New validations for Hive 3 replication

This modification is a CDH version check for Hive ACID tables during Hive External replication. If CDH version is 7 or above, the following will occur:

Hive tables will be filtered out of replication. Specifically, if the table is specified by a REGEX, the REGEX filter only applies to (matches) non-managed tables. If the table is not a REGEX and refers to a managed table, an error will occur.

Create only one HBase peer per source-destination cluster pair
When a HBase replication is configured between a unique source and target, a single HBase replication peer will be created. Even when multiple RMApp policies are created between a unique source and target, only one HBase replication peer will be created. Previously, each RMApp policy created a separate HBase replication peer.
Cloudera Manager table data now included in Diagnostic Bundles
Cloudera Manager now collects a critical set of table data from its own database as part of the Diagnostic bundle. For information on configuring this feature, see Configuring collection of Cloudera Manager table data
Upgrade activemq
active-mq has been upgraded to the latest version.
Support for PostgreSQL 14
Cloudera Manager is now compatible with the PostgreSQL 14 database.
Support for MariaDB 10.5
Cloudera Manager is now compatible with the MariaDB 10.5 database.
Support token API
Two new APIs have been introduced for customers to retrieve a token key that will allow Cloudera to more accurately track assets, usage and node-counts, particularly in the absence of a diagnostic bundle. Customers provide the token to the support team when asked when creating a support case. To retrieve the token key, call:
GET /cm/clusterSupportTokens GET /clusters/{clusterName}/clusterSupportToken 
You can also call this from the Cloudera Manager Admin Console. Go to Support > Support Tokens.
Cluster support token available in the Cloudera Manager Admin Console
Cloudera Manager can supply a "Cluster Support Token" through the Cloudera Manager Admin Console. This token may be requested by the Cloudera Support Portal when opening support cases. This feature is accessible to users who have global authority to view cluster information. For more information, see Cluster Support Tokens using Cloudera Manager.
Cloudera Manager: Upgrade Logredactor to version 2.0.13
Cloudera Manager is updated to use logredactor 2.0.13 for all releases.
New configuration properties for Server work directory path for Ranger services
Ranger Admin / KMS / KMS-KTS server work directory can now be configured through the parameter {{ranger.tomcat.work.dir}}
Ranger RMS server work directory can now be configured through the parameter {{ranger-rms.tomcat.work.dir}}
Ranger Raz server work directory can now be configured through the parameter {{ranger.raz.tomcat.work.dir}}
NiFi service in Diagnostic Bundles
The NiFi service is now included in diagnostic bundle collection.