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6.3.10

Splunk Enterprise 6.3.10 was released on March 16, 2017.

The following issues have been resolved in this release. For information about security fixes not related to authentication or authorization, refer to the Splunk Security Portal.

Issues are listed in all relevant sections. Some issues appear more than once.

Distributed search and search head clustering issues

Date resolved Issue number Description
2017-01-05 SPL-123768, SPL-134619, SPL-134620 Long file path (>255 characters) can break the tarball creation and lead to snapshot creation failure.

Splunk Web and interface issues

Date resolved Issue number Description
2017-02-09 SPL-132702 Custom Commands show "Unknown command" in UI

Windows-specific issues

Date resolved Issue number Description
2017-02-22 SPL-131263, SPL-126708 splunk-perfmon.exe locked a file unexpectedly

Admin and CLI issues

Date resolved Issue number Description
2017-01-13 SPL-134112, SPL-135019, SPL-135020, SPL-135021, SPL-135022 Unactionable error message for invalid server URIs in outputs.conf.

Uncategorized issues

Date resolved Issue number Description
2017-01-16 SPL-133588 Indexer crashed due to a presence of duplicated bucket
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This documentation applies to the following versions of Splunk® Enterprise: 6.3.10, 6.3.11, 6.3.12, 6.3.13, 6.3.14


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