Release Announcement: Telegraf 1.19.2

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A new maintenance release for Telegraf is available now.

This maintenance release of Telegraf includes the following improvements:

  • Updated to Go 1.16.6
  • Linter fixes
  • Dependencies
    • Updated dynatrace-metric-utils-go module to v0.2.0
  • Agent
    • Now able to detect changes to configuration and reload Telegraf
  • CGroup Input (cgroup)
    • Allow for multiple keys when parsing cgroups
  • Kubernetes Input (kubernetes)
    • Updated plugin to attach pod labels to the kubernetes_pod_volume & kubernetes_pod_network metrics
  • Kubernetes Inventory Input (kube_inventory)
    • Fixed a segmentation fault when selector labels were not present on a persistent volume claim
  • MongoDB Input (mongodb)
    • Switched to official mongo-go-driver module to fix an SSL authentication failure
  • NSQ Consumer Input (nsq_consumer)
    • Fixed a connection error when attempting to connect to an empty list of servers
  • Prometheus Input (prometheus)
    • Fixed Prometheus cAdvisor authentication
  • SQL Input (sql)
    • Fixed issue when handling a boolean column
  • SQL Server Input (sqlserver)
    • Added TempDB troubleshooting stats and missing v2 query metrics
    • Updated to provide more detailed error messaging
  • StatsD Input (statsd)
    • Fixed a regression that didn't allow integer percentiles
  • x509 Certificate Input (x509_cert)
    • Fixed an issue where plugin would hang indefinitely to a UDP connection
  • Dynatrace Output (dynatrace)
    • Updated plugin to allow optional default dimensions
    • Fixed a panic caused by uninitialized loggedMetrics map
  • InfluxDB Output (influxdb)
    • Fixed an issue where metrics were reporting as written but not actually written
  • IfName Processor (ifname)
    • Fixed issue with an SNMP empty metric name
  • JSON v2 Parser (json_v2)
    • Simplified how nesting is handled in parser
    • Added support for large uint64 and int64 numbers
    • Fixed an issue to handle nested objects in arrays properly

The binaries for the latest open source release can be found on our downloads page.

If you find issues or have questions, please join our InfluxDB Community Slack, post them in our Telegraf GitHub Repo or our Community Site and we will take a look.