Cisco IOx is an application enablement platform that provides uniform and consistent hosting capabilities for various types of apps across various Cisco platforms. This platform brings together Cisco IOS, the industry-leading networking operating system, and Linux, the leading open source platform. Linux-based applications can run on Cisco devices in the Cisco IOx framework, so using this platform, you can bring custom applications and interfaces to the network.
With Cisco IOx, developers can create a wide variety of IoT apps, such as data aggregation system and control systems.
This release includes the following related documentation:
Cisco Fog Director Reference Guide, Release 1.0
Cisco IOx Local Manager Reference Guide, Release 1.0
The following sections provide information about bugs in this Cisco IOx release:
You can use the Bug Search Tool to find information about bugs for this release, including a description of the problems and available workarounds. The Bug Search Tool lists both open and resolved bugs.
View details table pagination functionality breaking in 1 scenario
iox-caf: Unable to get app network info [inconsistent]
iox-fd: Only one log file is shown in App Monitor > View Log
App Monitor page shows STOPPED after cartridge install fails during app update
Fog Director honors replays v1 asks instead of using v2 asks
IOx FD: Token gets changed and cartridge installation fails
Fog Director always shows “exact matching profile” as selected while editing configuration
Stopping/starting the app on 104 device from App Monitor page
500 error not handled while deleting unused cartridges from Fog Director
App uninstall does not remove influxDB metrics
AppLogs links missing in Device Details when multiple apps are installed
IOX-CAF: 819 device does not support apps of size greater than 10 MB
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