Humio Server 1.58.0 Preview (2022-09-20)
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Bug fixes and updates.
Improvements, new features and functionality
Humio is now a Falcon product. The Humio owl logo and icons are therefore replaced by beautiful falcons.
Fixed an issue where the
format()function would output the wrong amount of left padded zeros for decimal conversions.
Formatting large positive numbers as hex no longer causes a loss of bits for integers less than 2^63.
Formatting negative numbers as hex no longer produces unintelligible strings.
Fixed an issue where adding the
#flag would not display the correct formatting string.
Fixed an issue where specifying the time/date modifier
Nwould fail to parse.
Fixed an issue where supplying multiple fields required you to specify the index of the last field as an argument specifier.
Added a length specifier to allow for outputting fields as 32-bit integers instead of 64-bits.
Using the type specifier
%Fnow tries to format the specified field as a floating point.
format()reference documentation page for all the above mentioned updates on the supported formatting syntax.
Empty datasource directories will be now removed from the local file system while starting the server.
Add an additional validation check when uploading files to S3-like bucket storage. Humio will now perform a HEAD request for the file's final location in the bucket to verify that the upload succeeded.
Fix an issue causing a content-length check for bucket uploads to fail when encryption was enabled. The content-length check is not normally enabled, so this should only affect clusters that have disabled ETag-based validation.
Fix a regression introduced in 1.46.0 that can cause Humio to fail to properly replay data from Kafka when a node is restarted.