Graylog v1.1.1 is Now Available!

June 4, 2015

We released Graylog v1.1.1 to address several defects that were discovered after v1.1.0 went out. Please see below for more details.

Graylog v1.1.1 can be downloaded from here. (“All releases” section)

Upgrade Notes

The 1.1.0 release shipped with a wrongly named MongoDB database collection for alarmcallbacks. This caused the problem that alarmcallbacks disappeared when you upgraded from Graylog 1.0.x.

Issue on GitHub: Graylog2/graylog2-server#1214

Please check the instructions below if you have to take any action and create a backup of MongoDB before executing any commands.

Upgrade from 1.0.x

You have not created any alarm callbacks after upgrading to 1.1.0:

No further action necessary.

You have upgraded from an earlier version to 1.1.0 and created alarm callbacks after the upgrade:

New Installation 1.1.0

You have started a fresh installation using 1.1.0, run the following command.

$ mongo

use graylog2


The collector is available through these links: .zip, .tgz

The documentation for the collector is available on GitHub and will move to our official documentation soon.

Our virtual appliance in OVA format has been updated. Read more about it here.

Docker packages are available on Docker Hub and our DEB/RPM packages can be found here.

Feedback is welcome!

Please report any bugs you find or questions you have through one of our community support channels. Feature ideas are welcome in our product idea portal.

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