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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 8.1.9 was released on February 16, 2022. This release includes fixes for the following issues.

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

Authentication and authorization issues

Date resolved Issue number Description
2022-01-13 SPL-217063, SPL-212854 Missing Successful Login Entries when using Duo MFA

Data input issues

Date resolved Issue number Description
2022-01-20 SPL-217087, SPL-205550 PDF generation process stuck and consuming CPU

Saved search, alerting, scheduling, and job management issues

Date resolved Issue number Description
2021-12-22 SPL-212570, SPL-214392, SPL-216785 Data Model Acceleration causes Segmentation Fault on the search process on BucketSummaryActorThread

Data model and pivot issues

Date resolved Issue number Description
2021-12-22 SPL-212570, SPL-214392, SPL-216785 Data Model Acceleration causes Segmentation Fault on the search process on BucketSummaryActorThread

Distributed search and search head clustering issues

Date resolved Issue number Description
2022-01-05 SPL-216969, SPL-216789 Indexers randomly crash on BatchSearch thread after upgrading Splunk to version 8.2.2.1. Backtrace is empty. Cause appears to be different from SPL-213846.

Splunk Web and interface issues

Date resolved Issue number Description
2022-01-20 SPL-217087, SPL-205550 PDF generation process stuck and consuming CPU

PDF issues

Date resolved Issue number Description
2022-01-20 SPL-217087, SPL-205550 PDF generation process stuck and consuming CPU

Uncategorized issues

Date resolved Issue number Description
2022-01-26 SPL-217629, SPL-211991 deployer errors when special characters like @ and # appear in the app names
2022-01-14 SPL-215556, SPL-216996, SPL-217246 Splunk Enterprise - when httpout is configured on Splunk Enterprise, splunkd should return a failure
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This documentation applies to the following versions of Splunk® Enterprise: 8.1.9


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