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Protobuf codec now supports Protobuf version 3
A community contributed pull request has added protobuf version 3 to this codec, that previously only supported version 2. This was a great effort that involved a few community members in both building and testing the pull request. One of the contributors mentioned seeing 2.5x performance improvement for some protobufs.
Logstash Core Java-ification
Java-ification of LS core is proceeding along nicely with a number of great PRs with: the output delegator strategy ported in #9410 , simplified handling of JRuby internals in Java execution in #9401 , and simplified queue reader setup in #9399.
We’ve also made some nice strides on our Java Plugin API! You can track the progress of that, which is being developed in a feature branch, in #9342. We’ve even ported the STDIN input as a test of this new API in #9392.
UDP Input had an ugly bug :(
The fix to the lack of IPv6 support in the UDP plugin makes the version that shipped with 6.2.4 and 5.6.9 unusable due to a missing reference to a dependency. This bug has since been fixed and a new version of the udp plugin has been published to Rubygems.org.
Changes in master:
Changes in versioned_plugin_docs:
- auto generated update of versioned plugin documentation #515
- Stabilize integ tests #9412
- Fix deep clone of timestamp: #9405
- Only log converge when actions taken #9409
- Start webserver after pipelines are started #9398
- Add -SNAPSHOT to snapshot build output files #9397
- Integration tests ported to use of JRuby classes: #9388
- Fix gradle clean to remove gem jars: #9387
logstash-codec-netflow - 3.12.0
- Added support for IPFIX from Procera/NetIntact/Sandvine 15.1
logstash-filter-jdbc_static - 1.0.2