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Release 3.3.6

Release 3.3.6

Name: "onion ring rosybrown knight"


Job Scheduling Improvements

Scheduled business tasks are essential to internal processes that keep the business running (Financial operations, inventory operations, fulfillment requests, etc.) Scheduled operations tasks are essential to keeping infrastructure running (rotating logs, cleaning up temp files, restarting known faulty services, validating configuration and security settings/conditions, etc.). Unknowingly missing either is a business continuity issue. Also unknowingly missing a run and then running again can cause bigger problems (data corruption, bad configuration, runaway processes, etc)

In this release we have included an early access version of our Missed Schedules feature as part of our Enterprise Scheduling package. Scheduled job executions that are not started within a configurable tolerance window will be marked as "Missed". Use Job Notifications to then trigger an email or integration action to follow-up. More details on configuration can be found here..

The Remote Execution Policy feature was originally meant for "run now" job executions. It was later enabled for Jobs at scheduling time. However this only changes the schedule ownership to a different cluster member at scheduling time. With the introduction of Enhanced Scheduling that policy no longer fit the bill. We have updated the Remote Execution Policy to evaluate load at the time of execution and selects the appropriate cluster member.

Enterprise Plugins


More PagerDuty Plugin Updates! The Enterprise plugin suite now includes the following:

Click Here to see a full list of the Enterprise version PagerDuty Plugin in new window


We have also worked with Sensuopen in new window on a new suite of plugins. Here is what's included:

Additional Improvements

Enterprise System Report continues to improve during Beta testing. This update focused the user interface and some significant performance updates.

There is a new option to select SSHJ as a Node Executor and File Copier. SSHJ supports newer and more secure cryptography algorithms.


For MySQL users: Starting with Rundeck 3.3.4 the MySQL JDBC driver is no longer be bundled with the distributions. See the Upgrade Guide for instructions to ensure your Rundeck installation can still connect to MySQL after upgrading.



  • Carlos Eduardo (carlosrfranco)
  • Greg Schueler (gschueler)
  • Jaime Tobar (jtobard)
  • Nicole Valenzuela (nvalenzuela20)
  • Greg Zapp (ProTip)
  • Rodrigo Navarro (ronaveva)
  • Stephen Joyner (sjrd218)
  • carlos
  • imad
  • ltamaster

Bug Reporters

  • ProTip
  • carlosrfranco
  • christi3k
  • gschueler
  • imad6639
  • jtobard
  • ltamaster
  • nvalenzuela20
  • ronaveva
  • sjrd218