Previous Versions of Humio

The Humio Cloud is always running either on the latest stable version of Humio, or a preview version of an upcoming stable version. For those who are using Humio software on their own servers or server instances, it’s recommended that they use the latest, stable version.

For those who are using previous versions and are not yet ready to upgrade, we have begun archiving the Humio Library as it was at the time of those versions. Below is a list of the available previous versions:

Humio Library, version 1.28

Humio 1.28 changed the licensing model to require a trial licence and to accept new terms and conditions before use.

Humio Library, version 1.26

Humio 1.26 added support for a new visual Dark Mode to support readability in dark environments, and improve the experience when used with dashboards. This release also contains a breaking change to the HEC ingest endpoint, which no longer implicitly parses using the kv parser.

Humio Library, version 1.24

In this version internal logs were made available through the humio-activity repository. The GraphQL API policy was move to only making backwards compatible changes, meaning that new fields will be created rather than updating existing fields.

Humio Library, version 1.22

In this version, the User Interface was given a complete makeover. The default parser kv was changed from using the parseTimestamp() to the findTimestamp() function, which was also changed. See the Release Notes section for more information.

Humio Library, version 1.20

This version introduced Humio packages, a way of bundling and sharing assets such as dashboards and parsers. Also, a new query editor was added, providing better integration with Humio’s query language. It gives suggestions as you type, as well as inline errors if you make a mistakes. See the Release Notes section for more information.

We aren’t archiving preview versions of Humio software since at the time when they were released, they are basically the same as the stable version that they were previewing, but may have contained some bugs that had not yet been resolved. If you’re using an earlier preview, you should at least upgrade to the stable version that followed it—if not the latest stable version.