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Splunk Enterprise version 8.1 will no longer be supported as of April 19, 2023. See the Splunk Software Support Policy for details. For information about upgrading to a supported version, see How to upgrade Splunk Enterprise.
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Fixed issues

Splunk Enterprise 8.1.10 was released on April 14, 2022. This release includes fixes for the following issues.

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

Search issues

Date resolved Issue number Description
2022-02-24 SPL-219118, SPL-218248 Exported CSV header uses LF as line break rather than CRLF at line end in Windows
2022-02-23 SPL-218332, SPL-217908 Crashing thread: BucketSummaryActorThread for ES multiple Datamodel accelerations
2022-02-14 SPL-218308, SPL-202832 export of search results to json or csv fails. Output file contains "414 Request-URI Too Long"

Saved search, alerting, scheduling, and job management issues

Date resolved Issue number Description
2022-02-23 SPL-218332, SPL-217908 Crashing thread: BucketSummaryActorThread for ES multiple Datamodel accelerations

Data model and pivot issues

Date resolved Issue number Description
2022-02-23 SPL-218332, SPL-217908 Crashing thread: BucketSummaryActorThread for ES multiple Datamodel accelerations

Distributed search and search head clustering issues

Date resolved Issue number Description
2022-02-15 SPL-219070, SPL-216618 Too many Exception while processing request after upgrade

Uncategorized issues

Date resolved Issue number Description
2022-04-27 SPL-222658 List of third-party software incorrectly specifies zlib version 1.2.8 instead of version 1.2.11
2022-03-25 SPL-218144, SPL-206629, SPL-218151 Fix off-by-one error in KeyValueExtractor
2022-02-07 SPL-215691, SPL-216068 Can not use field alias when searching virtual index
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This documentation applies to the following versions of Splunk® Enterprise: 8.1.10


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