Published on 2019-07-04 00:00:00

Humio 1.5.21

Maintenance Build

Version

Type

Release Date

End of Support

Upgrades From

Data Migration

Config. Changes

1.5.21

Archive

2019-07-04

2020-03-14

1.5.8

No

No

JAR Checksum

Value

MD5

3e69e9568f9def1fe56c9772266e529e

SHA1

17a1f945b825bb6220aa6cf4cf1d4675420578ac

SHA256

84550bd4f356c57e37055b34f5a0fc00c25a20e08faa2d6a0f8843e029550932

SHA512

dcbf18ea92afa7f5c0cbf1f41835a948e3aa0a6b2e303d1c40d8c2c8bd9c9084186e73c1a2aa76221381bf6f66872b7708e994243969273344e28fcb73b7db1c

TGZ Checksum

Value

MD5

3e69e9568f9def1fe56c9772266e529e

SHA1

17a1f945b825bb6220aa6cf4cf1d4675420578ac

SHA256

84550bd4f356c57e37055b34f5a0fc00c25a20e08faa2d6a0f8843e029550932

SHA512

dcbf18ea92afa7f5c0cbf1f41835a948e3aa0a6b2e303d1c40d8c2c8bd9c9084186e73c1a2aa76221381bf6f66872b7708e994243969273344e28fcb73b7db1c

Summary

Maintenance Build

Change Log

  • If an events gets @error=true in the ingest pipeline (including in the parser) it will also get #error=true as a tag. This makes events with an error become a separate datasource in Humio allowing you to delete them independent from the others and makes problems from parsing timestamps not disrupt the pipeline when back filling old events.

  • New function: function dropEvent() lets you discard an event in the parser pipeline. If a parser filters out events using e.g. a regex match that does not match the parser will just keep the incoming events. Use this new function (typically in a case) to explicitly drop an event while parsing it when it does not match the required format.