Falcon LogScale 1.69.0 Preview (2022-12-13)
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Bug fixes and updates.
Improvements, new features and functionality
Add bounds to maximum number of active notifications per user.
Added option to filter by group and role permission types in
Reduced CPU usage of background tasks for the case of high partition count and high datasource count.
Add support for GET+DELETE requests for queries by external Query ID without including the repository name in the URL. The new URL is
/api/v1/queryjobs/QUERYID. Note that shared dashboard token authentication is not supported on this API. (The existing API on
/api/v1/repositories/REPONAM/queryjobs/QUERYIDremains unmodified and support POST requests for submit of queries.)
Throttle publish to global-events topic internally based on time spent in recent transactions of the same type (digest-related writes are not throttled). See details at new configuration variable
GLOBAL_THROTTLE_PERCENTAGEpage. Also see the metric
global-operation-timefor measurements of the time spent.
Allow creating Kafka topics even if a broker is down.
LogScale no longer considers every host to be alive for a period after rebooting. Only hosts marked as
runningin global will be considered alive. This fixes an issue where a query coordinator might pointlessly direct queries to dead nodes because the coordinator had recently booted.