Version End of Life. 31 January 2019
Tungsten Replicator 5.2.1 is a minor bugfix release that addresses some bugs found in the previous 5.2.0 release. It is a recommended upgrade for all users.
Basic and experimental support for Solaris 11 has been added to the installation process with tpm.
CPU information has been added to the file generated by
tpm diag, using the information from
could fail during a typical install, but the information given
for how to correct or address the problem was incomplete. The
message has now been updated to correctly identify the potential
issue and how to ensure the check runs correctly.
The tpm command would mistakenly complain
about 'backup' configuration files that may have been created or
copied into the installation directory, which would prevent
installation for completing. The tpm now
explicitly looks only for files ending in
The note provided by tpm to ensure that the release notes has been read and accepted has been removed.
Commercial builds were mistakenly not using the Tanuki service wrapper for deployments. The effect of this bug was minimal for standard deployments, but within Multi-site, Multi-master (MSMM) deployments it would cause the application not to start properly during boot time.
The information for fixing the error from tpm of multiple lines on ssh error has been updated. The additional situation where this can occur is a trap has been set on the logout operation.
The tpm diag could fail to complete properly when trying to get MySQL error log information from a remote host.
When parsing THL data it was possible for the internal THL processing to lead to a java.util.ConcurrentModificationException. This indicated that the underlying THL event metadata structure used internally had changed between uses.