Exceptionless V2.0.1 Shipped!

This release focused on bug fixes since the 2.0 release and include the below notable changes.

Exceptionless Server

  • API Status page now also checks the status of Storage, Queues and Message Bus.
  • Added the ability to requeue events (E.X., archived or events that failed to process).
  • Added the ability to send out system and release notifications.
  • Made the event posting and processing async. This has huge performance gains under load.
  • The GeoIP Database is now stored in the storage folder. This made it easier to update it via a job as well as removed some extra configuration settings.
  • Made some minor changes that make it a bit easier to self host (more to come 2.1).

Please take a look at the Exceptionless changelog for a full list of the changes.

Exceptionless.UI

  • Added a busy indicators to some buttons allowing you to see the state of an action (E.G., Marking a stack as fixed).
  • Added the ability to refresh the app if there is a critical website bug.
  • Fixed a bug where some stack traces couldn’t be displayed.
  • Made some minor changes that make it a bit easier to self host (more to come 2.1).

Please take a look at the Exceptionless.UI changelog for a full list of the changes.

Let us know if you have any questions!

Exceptionless 1.5 Released!

Exceptionless Version 1.5While we’re on the march to Exceptionless 2.0, we’re still making updates and fixing bugs on version 1. Today, we’d like to announce that Exceptionless 1.5 has been released, which includes several server changes and bug fixes, as well as major client code base optimization.

Please update your client to version 1.5 and take a look at the other changes and bug fixes, below. We’ve done quite a bit of work to notifications, added throttling to improve coverage on small and free plans, and improved performance in a few places. (more…)