Following is a list of behavior changes to Relay Server introduced in version 16.0. For information about supported platforms and versions, see http://www.sybase.com/detail?id=1061806.
Configuration option to limit memory consumption The shared_mem = memory size option in the Options section of the configuration file now specifies the maximum amount of shared memory that the Relay Server uses for state tracking and growth. See Options section.
Relay Server status page displays greater detail The Relay Server status page has been enhanced to allow status to be displayed for specific farms and backend servers, as well as system-wide status. Additionally you can set the frequency of the status page refresh rate. See Relay Server status page.
The Relay Server and Outbound Enabler logs now report timestamps in millisecond resolution using RFC 822 local differential format (+/- hhmm).
When the Relay Server and Outbound Enabler handle HTTP requests that carry the SAP Passport header, the Relay Server and the Outbound Enabler increase the request handling verbosity level to match the trace level requirement contained in the Passport and also add suffixes to the associated log lines to list the key information of the Passport. See Relay Server logging and SAP Passports.
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