Humio Server 1.15.2 Preview (2020-09-29)

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Many bug fixes, including fixes related to login from Safari and Firefox, the join() function.

Fixed in this release

  • Summary

    • Fixed a problem with scrolling on the login page on screens with low resolution.

    • Fixed a bug causing an authentication error when trying to download a file when authenticating by proxy.

    • Fixed an issue showing duplicate entries when searching for users.

    • Generate ingest tokens in UUID format, replacing the current format for any new tokens being created.

    • Changed priorities when fetching segments to a node which have been offline for a longer period. This avoids waiting too long before the cluster becomes fully synced.

    • Fixed an issue where a slow data stream could cause Humio to retain more data in Kafka than necessary, as well as cause a restarted Humio node to reprocess too much data.

    • Only consider fully replicated data when calculating which offsets can be pruned from Kafka.

    • Improved naming of threads to get more usable thread dumps.

    • Made the login and sign up pages responsive to the device.

    • Fixed a memory leak when authenticating in AWS setups.

    • Added logging to detect issues when truncating finished files.

    • Fixed a bug in the partition table optimizer that lead to unbalanced layouts.

    • Avoid overloading kafka with updates for the global database by collecting operations in bulk.

    • Improved handling of sub-queries polling state from the main query when using join().

    • Fixed a problem where the login link did not work in Safari and Firefox.

    • Changed the query scheduling to account for the work of the overall query, rather than per job started. This allows fairer scheduling of queries hitting many dataspaces e.g. when using search-all.

    • In the dialog for saving a search as an alert, the save button is no longer always grey and boring, but can actually save alerts again.