I installed 9.98 on a test box, upgrading from 9.97.188824529405205225425r9243u5r0234, a notification alert was waiting..
It links to Settings --> Computer management --> Security...
But doesn't list anything is specifically wrong.
Same here for SSL verification, existing Macs are working fine though.
When i build with Imaging the policies don't push afterwards. If i run a jamf policy or recon then...
JAMF binary could not connect to the JSS because the web certificate is not trusted
I have the dropdown set to Always Except during enrollment.
I can use a quickadd.pkg sucessfully though
I am. I actually stumbled upon it looking for a good query monitoring tool to figure out why JSS was gobbling up resources and crashing on the reg. Figured it was worth a shot, as they boast 100% compatibility with MySQL (it's actually forked from the official MySQL source). Simple homebrew install. I did run into some Failure to Connect errors upon initial install, but after re-granting privileges to the JSS user, I was in business. Anyway, your mileage may vary, and I'd definitely advise trying it out on a non-production server first, but I'm super pleased with it thus far!
@GSSRyan I just wanted to post here that I have successfully updated to 9.98 and using Percona Server 5.7 on CentOS6 now. (glutton for punishment)
Using these as upgrade/install guides
Don't know if performance is that much better or not (seems to be), time will tell for me. I always had major issues if enabling Patch Reporting Titles, so that is what I am keeping an eye on.
Things to keep in mind are the following:
• Before removing mySQL (or replacing) make sure you backup you my.cnf file(s) - they will be removed when removing your installed mySQL before Percona Install. The Percona Server install on CentOS will backup the file for you (.rpmsave)
• Backup your jamfsoftware DB of course!
• Follow the install guide
• After performing the Percona Server install and starting it up - run the following to fix system tables otherwise you will receive this error. "Table 'performance_schema.session_variables' doesn't exist"
• Restart mySQL after performing above command !IMPORTANT!
• Re-Grant your jamfsoftware DB account privs (and also your cluster account if using)
• I restarted mySQL service one more time after this for GP
Run your JSS upgrade - after the JSS updates all it's database tables, you should be back up and running.
On RHEL 6.8
Tried all of this, and I get....
Establishing Secure Connection, just times out.
I have Percona installed, mysql says:
Server version: 5.7.17-12 Percona Server (GPL), Release 12, Revision 1e87281
mysql is up
I reinstalled JSS 9.98, all went fine, Tomcat is up.
mysql service will only successfully start if I use my original my.cnf file. Will not work with the Percona 5.7 my.cnf file.
No idea at this point... thx in advance, john
We have been having issues with VPP since upgrading to 9.98. Our JSS sits behind a proxy to connect to VPP. Appears I can connect to http based resources (look up an app in Refresh Purchased Content), but it never connects to VPP over https. I am using the configuration defined in the JAMF KB Article, specifically the method of using the proxy defined by the JVM. Running on RHEL 6.9.