Small update just deployed on Sodium.
And Happy Holidays, everyone!
We have new data collection to make troubleshooting networking issues easier. Now, in addition to the IPv4 address and the IPv6 addresses of a network connection, we not collect the Subnet Mask and the Default Gateway address as well. Now finding pesky misconfigurations will be that much easier.
One more useful tidbit on that screen... What DNS servers the client is using. This could be helpful. (Disclaimer: I haven't logged in yet to see the changes for myself).
Yes, that was requested but hasn't arrived yet. It should be getting added soon.
With today's release of SodiumSuite, you will find under an individual asset a tab called "DNS Alternative Info" (this will be renamed to something more obvious shortly) where you can enter individual hosts file entries. Maybe not super exciting as far as features go, but it is the first of our system management utilities being rolled out and we hope shows more of what there is to come.
Right now the management is by individual machine. But we are just in the first stages.
Hey there @openit glad that you are interested in SodiumSuite. The first management feature rolled out today. It's not much but it is a good preview of things to come, I think.
Just did another small deployment. Minor stuff, not worth mentioning.
Yet you mentioned.
The deployment causes about a ten minute start up process during which you can sign in, but things are really slow or don't always act as expected (data doesn't fully populate or whatever) due to the load as the system compiles itself. We like to let people know in case they are watching it and see something odd, they can wait a few minutes and check again to see if it is a real problem or just a start up artifact.
Once we are in full production, we'll be doing staggered updates with people unable to access untested nodes. But for now, we just let people know.
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