Release notes for the Splunk Platform Upgrade Readiness App
This version of the Splunk Platform Upgrade Readiness App was released on October 21, 2019.
|Date resolved||Defect number||Description|
|2019-10-16||SPL-176909||If you run the Upgrade Readiness App locally many times in a row, it might begin skipping checks.|
|2019-10-14||SPL-176424||CherryPy endpoint check results display web.conf instead of the Python file. Find the Python file in the Python scripts check.|
|2019-10-11||SPL-176428||Mako template scan does not parse Python syntax. It returns all Mako templates. Manually check Mako templates for Python incompatibilities.|
|2019-10-09||SPL-174672||Readiness App displays unfriendly error message when user without permissions attempts a scan.|
|2019-10-01||SPL-174819||Scan results for check 1 differs for different operating systems.|
|2019-10-01||SPL-174559||Results from check 1 and check 2 are displaying relative paths instead of full paths.|
This version of the Splunk Platform Upgrade Readiness App has the following known issues and workarounds.
|Publication date||Defect number||Description|
|2019-10-09||SPL-177786||Scans can hang if scan time exceeds user session timeout limit. Hung scans appear to still be running. Select Cancel Scan to end the scan, and then break up your list of apps into multiple scans of smaller batches. Alternatively, increase your session timeout duration beyond the 60 minute default before running long scans. See Configure user sessions timeouts.|
REST API endpoint reference for the Splunk Platform Upgrade Readiness App
Credits for the Splunk Platform Upgrade Readiness App
This documentation applies to the following versions of Splunk® Platform Upgrade Readiness App: 2.0.0