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Release Note 20140513

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Features & Improvements

This is a summary of the new features and improvements introduced in this release:

APIs: Query Result Output to Treasure Data

Query Result Output to Treasure Data now supports writing the results into a different account and using different API endpoints (e.g. to bypass firewalls) by specifying the API key and API host name.

The full URL format is updated to:


where apikey is the API key of the destination account and hostname is the alternate API endpoint to use. The remainder of the options are unchanged and are described in the Writing the Query Results into your TD Table page. The apikey and hostname parameters are optional to preserve full backward compatibility.

Backend: Query Result Output to the Web

Extended the Read timeout for the Web (HTTP / HTTPS POST) Query Result Output from 30 seconds to 180. The connection timeout, now independent from the former, remains 30 seconds long.

Bug Fixes

These are the most important Bug Fixes made in this release:

APIs: Schema Auto-detection

  • [Problem]
    Schema auto detection during imports of JSON data fails and retries indefinitely if the imported records contains a field whose values are systematically an empty array.
    This issue was caused by the parser being unable to assess the type to associate to an empty array.
    Empty arrays are now treated supported as generic arrays of strings (array<string>).

Console: CPU time representation

  • [Problem]
    For Slow jobs, the CPU time shown in the a job details page does not match the CPU time shown in the Slow Jobs list page.
    It was found to be a problem with the formatting of the CPU time (internally represented as milliseconds) in human readable format.
    The conversion methods are now one and the same for both views.

Console: Utilization graphs X-axis tick marks

  • [Problem]
    The Cores and Storage utilization graphs display inconsistent tick marks on the X-axis (representing dates). Some dates may be appearing twice.
    The tick marks on the X-axis were tuned to make sure only one per day will appear.

Last modified: Jun 21 2014 01:22:37 UTC

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