Version 2.7 release notes
Grafana Labs is excited to announce the release of Loki 2.7. Here’s a summary of new enhancements and important fixes:
Features and enhancements
- New Internal Server and TLS TLS can now be configured everywhere and there is an internal server to allow ring, memberlist, and readiness handlers to continue to work without TLS.
- Better Support for Azure Blob Storage thanks to the ability to use Azure’s Service Principal Credentials.
- Logs can now be pushed from the Loki canary so you don’t have to rely on a scraping service to use the canary.
fifocachehas been renamed The in-memory
fifocachehas been renamed to
embedded-cache. Check upgrade guide for more details
- New HTTP endpoint for Ingester shutdown that will also delete the ring token.
- Faster label queries thanks to new parallization.
- Introducing Stream Sharding an experimental new feature to help deal with very large streams.
- support for max stream limit
- config reload endpoint / signal
- compressed file support
lambda-promtailnow supports Kinesis data stream events
- matches for the journal reader
- basic tracing support
For a full list of all changes please look at the CHANGELOG.
As always, please read the upgrade guide before upgrading Loki.
Related Loki resources
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