Dear StackState community,
We are pleased to announce the release of StackState 4.5.1.
- The MinIO chart has been internalized to StackState to ensure its continuity. STAC-14977
- The MinIO Helm chart has been updated to specify both a requests and limits for the memory resource. STAC-14771
- Removed vulnerable JNDI lookup feature from log4j2 library (CVE-2021-44228 and CVE-2021-45046). STAC-15200
- Fixed issue that caused the stackstate-ui to crash occasionally due to a misconfiguration of the Prometheus nginx exporter. STAC-15167
- Set sync counters back to 0 after a sync reset operation. STAC-15088
- Fixed issue that caused incorrect metric data to create spurious indices in ElasticSearch. STAC-14978
- Fixed issue that caused Kubernetes synchronization to fail when processing specific data. STAC-14811
- Resolved several vulnerabilities in stackstate-ailab docker image. STAC-14760
- Fixed issue that caused long anomalies to be reported with severity HIGH instead of MEDIUM. STAC-14756
- Fixed issue that caused StackState to stop receiving health synchronization data after Kafka has rebalanced partitions to consumers. STAC-14676
Upgrading to 4.5.1
If you are upgrading to 4.5.1 from version 4.5.0, perform a regular upgrade, there are no specific instructions available.
When upgrading to 4.5.1 from a version before 4.5.0, please make sure to read the upgrade documentation which provides specific instructions for upgrading to this release.
You can download the release at the StackState Software Distribution site.
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