Published on 2021-01-19 00:00:00

Humio 1.19.1

Bug Fix Release

Version

Type

Release Date

End of Support

Upgrades From

Data Migration

Config. Changes

1.19.1

Preview

2021-01-19

2021-01-28

1.16.0

No

No

JAR Checksum

Value

MD5

7ba0f9e286f6933cb19b49be72df8078

SHA1

489be0b931419cd128d5a03e2b2fbce819095257

SHA256

2f8a22da0e6f85c4cd4479367635ad9c0a0586f2fc69df55533e349e3ea29bab

SHA512

b306f424ae1425145a382be5847e46f6f56d91777202ef94117c755be5f713dab787ae6da2a4acd0091d04d07d75b3b4154185eab5327f8db558071d1b4d301f

TGZ Checksum

Value

MD5

7ba0f9e286f6933cb19b49be72df8078

SHA1

489be0b931419cd128d5a03e2b2fbce819095257

SHA256

2f8a22da0e6f85c4cd4479367635ad9c0a0586f2fc69df55533e349e3ea29bab

SHA512

b306f424ae1425145a382be5847e46f6f56d91777202ef94117c755be5f713dab787ae6da2a4acd0091d04d07d75b3b4154185eab5327f8db558071d1b4d301f

Important Information about Upgrading

Beginning with version 1.17.0, if your current version of Humio is not directly able to upgrade to the new version, you will get an error if you attempt to start up the incompatible version. The 1.19.1 release is only compatible with Humio release 1.16.0 and newer. This means that you will have to ensure that you have upgraded to minimum 1.16.0 before trying to upgrade to 1.19.1. In case you need to do a rollback, this can also ONLY happen back to 1.16.0 or newer, rolling directly back to an earlier release can result in data loss.

Change Log

  • Fixed bug where the format() function produced wrong output for some floating-point numbers

  • Update dependencies with known vulnerabilities

  • Do not retry a query when getting a HTTP 400 error

  • Do not cache cancelled queries.

  • Fixed bug in a saved query in the Humio Insights package

  • Fixed an issue - Do not delete datasource before the segments have been deleted also in bucket storage if present there.