Weekly Change Log: May 15, 2017 - May 21, 2017


Issue Category Type Subject
4207 core Bug Add missing HOST tags to all internal ATSD metrics.
4205 UI Bug Refresh replacement table cache after the table is modified. The cache is used in SQL queries to replace field values similar to a lookup table or a dictionary.
4202 csv Bug Consolidate error log events when parsing CSV files for simplified troubleshooting.
4196 api-network Feature Enable support for GZIP compression in /api/v1/command method.
4191 UI Bug Clone button in the scheduled SQL configuration fails to redirect to the new configuration.
4189 sql Bug Fix LIKE comparator when comparing tags using wildcards.
4184 core Feature Add support for comments (hash symbol) in replacement tables.
4182 sql Bug Fix parsing error when CAST function is used within ISNULL function with a string argument: CAST(ISNULL(LOOKUP('tab-1', entity), '0') AS NUMBER).
4179 sql Feature Add an option to exclude queries from the SQL query statistics page using ! as the negation symbol.
4178 export Bug Fixed a bug with email notifications when Output Path is not specified.
4175 sql Bug Incorrect period start calculated for YEAR period and END_TIME alignment.
4169 rule engine Bug Fix FileNotFoundException when /tmp/atsd/alert.log is removed by the operating system.
4161 sql Bug Apply syntax highlighting prior to displaying the result set in the SQL Console.
4132 collectd Feature Force collectd to use a short hostname instead of a Fully Qualified Domain Name when FQDN is localhost.
4115 UI Bug Fix localization issue with submit buttons without the value attribute.

Issue 4196

Sample curl command:

curl -k -X POST --data-binary @command.txt.gz \
  http://atsd_hostname:8443/api/v1/command \
  --header "Content-Encoding:gzip" \
  --header "Content-Type:text/plain;charset=UTF-8"

Issue 4184


Issue 4179

In SQL > Query Statistics:


Using an exclamation point in the Query Text search bar hides results that include the indicated text, in this case !SELECT 1 hides results which include SELECT 1 in the query text, as shown below: