Fixed Issues

This section lists the issues that have been fixed since the last release of the CDP Private Cloud Management Console service.

Alerts do not have workload-specific labels

The issue is now resolved. Monitoring alerts with aggregate expression now have workload-specific labels.

Do not display Data Warehouse Grafana dashboards if CDW is not installed

On configuration of a new environment, Data Warehouse Grafana dashboards were displayed even if CDW was not installed.

This issue is now resolved. Dashboards are now deployed depending on the services that are installed.

Tooltip for resource usage by charts does not show the actual application name

This issue is now resolved. Grafana dashboard for environment overview now labels the resource usage belonging to the monitoring system as environment-monitoring-platform.

Download of diagnostic bundles times out with AsyncRequestTimeoutException

The timeout issue, which impacted the download of diagnostic bundles either of large size or over a slow network connection, is now resolved.

Certain Management Console pages do not load on the Mozilla Firefox browser

This issue is now resolved. The Management Console pages now load on Mozilla Firefox.

Rotating TLS certificates on the base cluster causes all the environments to be unusable

This issue is now resolved.

If the Certificate Authority certificate that signs the Cloudera Manager server certificate changes, you might encounter problems due to the Private Cloud Management Console attempting to connect to Cloudera Manager. Whenever the CA certificate changes for Cloudera Manager, you must upload the new CA certificate in PEM format from the Administration > Data Lake page of the Management Console.

No error message shown when a Cloudera Manager user with read-only permissions attempts to register an environment

This issue is now resolved. The Management Console user interface shows an error message when a Cloudera Manager user with read-only permissions attempts to register an environment.

Internal server error when registering an environment by specifying a trailing slash(/) in the Cloudera Manager URL

This issue is now resolved. No error is encountered when registering an environment if the Cloudera Manager URL contains a trailing slash (/).