ActiveGate release notes version 1.213

With this release, the oldest supported ActiveGate versions are:

How long are versions supported following rollout?

New configuration file

When you run the update to ActiveGate 1.213, the contents of the instance.properties and multitenant.properties files are migrated to a new authorization.properties file. The instance.properties and multitenant.properties files remain as backup, but any settings applied in them won't take effect.

The change results in a new format for setting up ActiveGate for multi-environment support and Tenant token rotation, which are now both performed in the authorization.properties file.

The authorization.propertiesfile is stored in the ActiveGate configuration directory.

Reverse proxy or load balancer configuration at installation time

The configuration parameter ignoreClusterRuntimeInfo in the [connectivity] section, can now be specified during ActiveGate installation for Linux or Windows, to facilitate immediate connection to a reverse proxy or a load balancer.

Operating systems support

  • Added support for Oracle Linux 7.9+ (x86)

Chromium support for private synthetic monitors

Chromium 88 is now the latest supported version for synthetic-enabled ActiveGates installed on Ubuntu 20.04, Red Hat, and CentOS and bundled with the Windows ActiveGate installer. For more information, see Requirements for private synthetic locations.

Known issues

Resolved issues

This release doesn't contain any user-facing resolved issues.