We've just published a new patch for Seq 2022.1, including a number of bug fixes, and support for the ECR Public Gallery.
Seq on the AWS ECR Public Gallery
This release is the first to be published to the ECR Public Gallery, along with Docker Hub:
Pulling the image from ECR will improve start times and avoid network-related problems for Seq customers who host the Seq container in AWS.
Below you'll find the closed tickets in the 2022.1 patch 2 milestone from our GitHub tracker.
- Publish to the ECR Public Gallery (#1581) - Seq's official Docker image is now available as
datalust/seqon the ECR Public Gallery; future releases will ship to ECR and Docker Hub simultaneously.
- UTC support in timeseries charts (#1584) - when Show timestamps in Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) is selected, timeseries charts now use UTC for x (time) axis labels.
- Fix entry of UTC dates/times in
TOdatepickers (#1551) - fixes manual date/time entry when Show timestamps in Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) is selected.
- Support reading PostgreSQL and SQL Server connection strings from
STDINwhen converting from the embedded metastore (#1550).
- Allow configuration or disabling of Kestrel's
MinRequestBodyDataRate(#1565) - prevents connection drops and spurious error log entries for slow clients.
- Ignore Seq.json secret encryption key when specified elsewhere (#1555) - avoids unnecessary startup errors when the encryption key is specified in an environment variable or through a provider, if the key in Seq.json is unable to be read.
- Fix formatting of AM/PM timestamps (#1558) - avoid wrapping on some dates/times when Prefer AM/PM timestamps is selected.
- Fix URL prefix reservation on Windows when
seq service install --listenis supplied a URL without an explicit port (#1566).
- Don't show an error message when the user cancels a search or query (#1534) - no error has occurred, in this case.
This maintenance release is a highly-compatible in-place upgrade.
Download Seq 2022.1.7647 from datalust.co/download, or pull
datalust/seq from Docker Hub or the ECR Public Gallery.