Falcon LogScale 1.107.0 Preview (2023-09-12)
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Bug fixes and updates.
The following items are due to change in a future release.
Installation and Deployment
We intend to drop support for Java 17, making Java 21 the minimum. We plan to make this change in March 2024.
Automation and Alerts
In LogScale version 1.112 we will change how standard alerts handle query warnings. Currently, LogScale will only trigger alerts if there are no query warnings. Starting with upcoming 1.112, alerts will trigger despite most query warnings, and the alert status will show a warning instead of an error.
Up until now, all query warnings have been treated as errors. This means that the alert does not trigger even though it produces results, and the alert is shown with an error in LogScale. Most query warnings mean that not all data was queried. The current behaviour prevents the alert from triggering in cases where it would not have, if all data had been available. For instance, an alert that would trigger if a count of events dropped below a threshold. On the other hand, it makes some alerts not trigger, even though they would still have if all data was available. That means that currently you will almost never get an alert that you should not have gotten, but you will sometime not get an alert that you should have gotten. We plan to revert this.
When this change happens, we no longer recommend to set the configuration option
true, since it treats all query warnings as non-errors, and there are a few query warnings that should make the alert fail.
Items that have been deprecated and may be removed in a future release.
Running on Java 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 and 16 is no longer supported. The minimum supported Java version is 17 starting from this LogScale release.
Improvements, new features and functionality
It is now possible to highlight results based on the filters applied in queries. This helps significantly when trying to understand why a query matches the results or when looking for a specific part of the events text.
For more information, see Filter Match Highlighting.
Most tables inside the LogScale UI now supports resizing columns, except the
Tablewidget used during search.
match()function using a json file and containing an object with a missing field, could lead to an internal error.