Collector Release Notes for the current year are listed here. If you need to see previous Collector Release Notes, check the Archive.
June 12, 2019 (19.253-6)
- Bug fix: A Windows Event Source could ingest duplicate data after upgrading its Collector.
May 15, 2019 (19.253-3)
From this release forward Sumo Logic now bundles the Amazon Corretto JRE, replacing Oracle’s OpenJDK. Note the following changes:
Users running the Collector on Windows 32 bit systems may require a patch before upgrading. We have set the static download URL for Windows 32 bit machines to point to the previous Collector version. Once your system is patched you can download this version by adding the parameter "?version=19.253-3" at the end of the static URL. For example, https://collectors.us2.sumologic.com/rest/download/linux/32?version=19.253-3
This and future releases of the Collector do not support Linux 32 bit.
- Added the option to enable FIPS 140-2 compliant Java Cryptography Extension (JCE) on new Installed Collectors to encrypt your data.
- New parameters are configurable at install time with the Command Line Installer, eliminating the need to wait until after installation and restarting the Collector service.
March 28, 2019 (19.245-6)
March 18, 2019 (19.245-4)
- Script Sources and Script Actions now need to be enabled on new Collectors using the parameters,
enableActionSource. Previously these Sources were automatically enabled and we required you to disable them if needed. The new parameters are automatically added to existing Collectors when upgraded. They are set to true on Collectors that already have these Sources and set to false if the Collector doesn’t have these Sources.
- Bug fix: Blacklist path expressions on Windows are now case insensitive to match Window’s behavior.
March 6, 2019 (19.227-24)
February 12, 2019 (19.227-22)
- Bundled JRE version upgraded to 8u202.
- Bug fix: Windows Collector upgrades could fail due to a timeout when checking for privileges of the user running the Collector service.