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6.4.10

Splunk Enterprise 6.4.10 was released on March 14, 2018.

Issues are listed in all relevant sections. Some issues might appear more than once. To check for additional security issues related to this release, visit the Splunk Security Portal.

Data input issues

Date resolved Issue number Description
2018-02-13 SPL-148975, SPL-114085 When a *.tgz file was read, the result was "finished reading" but the percent still showing 0%.
2018-01-19 SPL-127642, SPL-147222, SPL-147223, SPL-147224, SPL-147225 Powershell log file "splunk-powershell.ps1.log" never rolls

Saved search, alerting, scheduling, and job management issues

Date resolved Issue number Description
2018-02-07 SPL-148007, SPL-128919 The returning of sendalert command doesn't honor owner options
2017-12-07 SPL-146115, SPL-147023, SPL-147024, SPL-147025, SPL-147026 Searches may be rescheduled when making posts to saved/searches endpoint even if no changes have been made

Indexer and indexer clustering issues

Date resolved Issue number Description
2018-02-07 SPL-148108, SPL-146214 Search returns the following error "Could not read event: cd=(n/a). Results may be incomplete ! (logging only the first such error; enable DEBUG to see the rest)"

Distributed search and search head clustering issues

Date resolved Issue number Description
2017-11-06 SPL-143060, SPL-146671, SPL-146672, SPL-146673, SPL-146674 Rename/Untar errors - over 100,000 errors across all peers

Unsorted issues

Date resolved Issue number Description
2017-12-08 SPL-145958, SPL-144991 Issue with RPM Upgrades - empty search_mrsparkle/modules directory
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This documentation applies to the following versions of Splunk® Enterprise: 6.4.10, 6.4.11


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