github netdata/netdata v1.45.2

latest release: v1.45.3
11 days ago

Netdata v1.45.2 is a patch release to address issues discovered since v1.45.1.

This patch release provides the following bug fixes and updates:

  • Improved PostgreSQL/MySQL local listener discovery to automatically check for connections using both TCP and Unix sockets, enabling support for passwordless Unix socket connections (#17304 #17305, @ilyam8)
  • Fixed an issue that prevented negative matching of host/chart labels in alert configurations (#17290 #17292, @ktsaou)
  • Improved go.d.plugin stability by preventing Netdata from shutting down the entire plugin due to an issue with registering jobs for unregistered modules (#17289, @ilyam8)
  • Improved go.d.plugin HTTP requests now include a UserAgent string, enhancing identification in server log (#17286, @ilyam8)
  • Improved Nginx discovery in go.d.plugin by automatically trying multiple status endpoints when discovering Nginx containers (#17285, @ilyam8)
  • Fixed a go.d.plugin panic that could occur when using the Unbound collector with TLS (#17283, @ilyam8)
  • Fixed a libyaml linking issue (#17276, @Ferroin)
  • Improved go.d.plugin configuration validation, preventing unexpected or invalid options through dynamic configurations (#17269, @ilyam8)

Support options

As we grow, we stay committed to providing the best support ever seen from an open-source solution. Should you encounter an issue with any of the changes made in this release or any feature in the Netdata Agent, feel free to contact us through one of the following channels:

  • Netdata Learn: Find documentation, guides, and reference material for monitoring and troubleshooting your systems with Netdata.
  • GitHub Issues: Make use of the Netdata repository to report bugs or open a new feature request.
  • GitHub Discussions: Join the conversation around the Netdata development process and be a part of it.
  • Community Forums: Visit the Community Forums and contribute to the collaborative knowledge base.
  • Discord Server: Jump into the Netdata Discord and hang out with like-minded sysadmins, DevOps, SREs, and other troubleshooters. More than 2000 engineers are already using it!

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