These are the known issues for the console and console services in this release.
Console is inaccessible on macOS Catalina using default certificates
puppet_enterprise::profile::consoleclass in Hiera instead of in the console. For example, in `/etc/puppetlabs/code/environments/production/data/common.yaml` add:
For more details about certificate guidelines in macOS Catalina, see the Apple support article about requirements for trusted certificates in macOS 10.15.
puppet_enterprise::profile::console::browser_ssl_cert: /opt/puppetlabs/server/data/console-services/certs/public-console.cert.pem puppet_enterprise::profile::console::browser_ssl_private_key: /opt/puppetlabs/server/data/console-services/certs/public-console.private_key.pem
Deactivated nodes shown in Packages page summary counts
If all the nodes on which a certain
package is installed are deactivated, but the nodes' specified
node-purge-ttl period has not yet
elapsed, instances of the package still appear in summary counts on the Packages page. To correct this
issue, adjust the
setting and run garbage collection.
Reports page summary counts might be inaccurate on first usage
Report count caching is used to improve console performance. In some cases, caching might cause summary counts of available reports to be displayed inaccurately the first time the page is accessed after a fresh install.
Updated modes are shown without leading zero in events
mode attribute for a
file resource is updated, and numeric notation is used, leading zeros
are omitted in the New
Value field on the Events page. For example,
0660 is shown as
0000 is shown as
Performance issues with the
number of groups increases, response time can increase significantly with the
Agent time skew results in incorrect error message
If an agent attempts to check in with the master but
the agent has significant time skew, an incorrect error message is returned. This
message masks the real cause of the problem, which is the time skew. The error
400 Error: "Attempt to assign
to a reserved variable name: 'trusted' on node".