Netdata - v1.38.1


The first patch release for v1.38 updates the version of OpenSSL included in our static builds
and Docker images to v1.1.1t, to resolve a few moderate security vulnerabilities in v1.1.1n.

The patch also includes the following minor bug fixes:
- We fixed the handling of dimensions with no data in a specific timeframe.
When the metrics registry recorded a dimension as present in a specific timeframe, but the dimension did not have any data for that timeframe,
the query engine would return random data that happened to be in memory.
- We fixed occasional crashes during shutdown when not using eBPF.
- We fixed the systemd service file handling on systems using a systemd version older than v235.
- We fixed build failures on FreeBSD 14 release candidates, FreeBSD < 13.1, and environments with Linux kernel version < 5.11.

Support options

As we grow, we stay committed to providing the best support ever seen from an open-source solution. Should you encounter
an issue with any of the changes made in this release or any feature in the Netdata Agent, feel free to contact us
through one of the following channels:

  • Netdata Learn: Find documentation, guides, and reference material for monitoring and
    troubleshooting your systems with Netdata.
  • GitHub Issues: Make use of the Netdata repository to report bugs or open
    a new feature request.
  • GitHub Discussions: Join the conversation around the Netdata
    development process and be a part of it.
  • Community Forums: Visit the Community Forums and contribute to the collaborative
    knowledge base.
  • Discord: Jump into the Netdata Discord and hangout with like-minded sysadmins,
    DevOps, SREs and other troubleshooters. More than 1300 engineers are already using it!


Security wording was detected, but no CVEs were found.


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