Version 1.10.0 of the Cmd web app introduces a new interface that lets you easily configure data export to long-term storage, provides an option to 'archive' old servers without contacting support, updates other interface elements, and fixes several bugs.

Read on to learn more!

Data export

Saving data in long-term storage is often a top priority. The new data export interface introduced in this release enables you to quickly set up data export — without contacting Cmd support. Your preexisting data exports will also appear on the new interface.

After set up, the new interface lets you monitor the status of each data export: time active, time of last successful export, any data lost, and more:

You can read our guides to setting up export to AWS or GCP.

Date picker

The redesigned date picker on the Sessions tab offers more preset options, and lets you define a 'custom' preset to save for future use:

As before, you can focus on a window of time by highlighting it with your mouse, and adjust your zoom with the magnifying glasses:

File modification alerts

Alerts generated by File modify triggers now show which files were modified, and let you quickly inspect the changes by clicking them:

Triggers: "Show modification history" is now "Trigger history"

We've renamed the feature that allows you to review changes to triggers over time.
This was suggested by users, and we agree — the new name is better. Thanks!

(You can access this feature by clicking the three-dot menu to the right of a trigger.)

Bug fixes:

  • Fixed a bug that caused inconsistencies between the number of alerts appearing in "Unresolved alerts" emails and the Cmd web app's Alerts page.

  • Deep links to a Cmd project (such as to its Alerts or Sessions pages) will now switch you to that project. Previously, you would get a 404 notice if you tried to follow one when you were signed in to another Cmd project.

  • When you add new users, entering an invalid email will no longer create a blank list entry.


We are excited to get this version into your hands, and to continue iterating. Please feel free to reach out with any questions, comments, or feedback.

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