Version 1.3 release notes
The Tempo team is excited to announce the release of Tempo 1.3.
Features and enhancements
Search In addition to the existing search of recent traces, support has been added to search traces in the backend store. Refer to Tempo search for details.
Improve ring functionality The compactor ring automatically forgets about unhealthy ring members.
Protect instances from very large traces The ingester keeps track of traces that exceed the configured maximum size, extending protection from very large traces to after the traces are flushed to disk.
Expose additional metrics These new metrics are exposed:
Azure credentials may be set in the environment Instead of setting values in the configuration, environment variables may specify
When upgrading to Tempo v1.3, be aware of these breaking changes:
PR 1142: The OpenTelemetry Collector’s GRPC receiver’s default port changed from 55680 to 4317.
PR 1174: Configuration option
querier.search_max_result_limitis renamed to
query_frontend.search.max_result_limit. Configuration option
querier.search_default_result_limitis renamed to
PR 1173: Removed the deprecated
- Grafana does not yet support the
tempoBackendSearchfeature toggle to enable searches in the backend datastore.
1.3.1 bug fixes
- PR 1260 mapno: Fixed a panic that occurred when using etcd as the ring’s backend storage.
1.3.2 bug fixes
- PR 1295 joe-elliott: Fixed an issue which corrupted the start/end time ranges of Tempo searches that targeted ingesters.
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