IMPORTANT: No additional bug fixes or documentation updates will be released for this version. For the latest information, see the current release documentation.
- This list does not include all breaking changes, please consult the breaking changes document separately.
config.support_escapes. When enabled, Logstash will interpret escape sequences in strings in the pipeline configuration.
- Added an explicit --setup phase for modules. This phase is used to install dashboards and the Elasticsearch template.
Added support for running multiple pipelines in the same Logstash instance. Running multiple pipelines
allows users to isolate data flow, provide separate runtime pipeline parameters and helps simplify complex
configurations. This can be configured via the new
- Improved performance.
- Modules: Set default credentials for Kibana if es info is present.
- A variety of small consistency and testing fixes for the Windows platform
- Added all commercially supported plugins to bundled plugins.
JAVA_OPTSenv var is now ignored for consistency with Elasticsearch.
- JAVA_TOOL_OPTIONS env var is cleared for consistency with Elasticsearch.
- Now only LS_JAVA_OPTS env var is supported to append options to parsed options from the jvm.options file.
- Dropped support for the LS_JVM_OPTS environment variable.
- Dropped support for the USE_RUBY and USE_DRIP environment variables.
cloud.authsupport for modules to provide an easy way to integrate with Elastic Cloud service.
- Enabled DLQ support for multipipelines.
- Added an X-Pack feature to manage Logstash configurations centrally in Elasticsearch. We’ve also added a UI to manage configurations directly in Kibana without having to restart Logstash.
- Users can now visualize the Logstash configuration pipeline as part of the X-Pack monitoring feature.