Falcon LogScale 1.69.0 Preview (2022-12-13)

VersionTypeRelease DateAvailabilityEnd of SupportSecurity UpdatesUpgrades FromJDK CompatibilityReq. Data MigrationConfig. Changes
1.69.0Preview2022-12-13Cloud, On-Prem2024-01-16No1.44.011NoNo

Bug fixes and updates.


Items that have been deprecated and may be removed in a future release.

  • The query function holtwinters() is now deprecated and will be removed along with the release of future version 1.73; therefore, its usage in alerts is not recommended.

Improvements, new features and functionality

  • Other

    • Add bounds to maximum number of active notifications per user.

    • Throttle publish to global-events topic internally based on time spent in recent transactions of the same type (digest-related writes are not throttled). See details at new configuration variable GLOBAL_THROTTLE_PERCENTAGE page. Also see the metric global-operation-time for measurements of the time spent.

    • Added option to filter by group and role permission types in groupsPage and rolesPage queries.

    • Reduced CPU usage of background tasks for the case of high partition count and high datasource count.

    • Add support for GET+DELETE requests for queries by external Query ID without including the repository name in the URL. The new URL is /api/v1/queryjobs/QUERYID. Note that shared dashboard token authentication is not supported on this API. (The existing API on /api/v1/repositories/REPONAM/queryjobs/QUERYID remains unmodified and support POST requests for submit of queries.)

Bug Fixes

  • Other

    • LogScale no longer considers every host to be alive for a period after rebooting. Only hosts marked as running in global will be considered alive. This fixes an issue where a query coordinator might pointlessly direct queries to dead nodes because the coordinator had recently booted.

    • Allow creating Kafka topics even if a broker is down.