I believe i'm on the most current version, I'm not clear on why I am getting these messages.. When I click on the links, it takes me to the general products screen of Splunk. When I clear the messages, they come back on next restart or login.
Question is - Do I need to upgrade something? If not, how do I stop the messages from coming up?
now we are in 6.6.2 the funny part here is still i am seeing below message
New maintenance version available. Click here for details.
New version available. Click here for details.
This is something *****
I also updated all my infrastructure with this, for whatever reason SHC members though they have the config (verified members via btool) they still show the message.
Is the setting configured on every SH in your SHC under $SPLUNK_HOME/etc/system/local/web.conf? Did you perform a rolling restart? I have the setting configured on my 6.5.3 SHC and do not see the message there. Also, the docs for 6.6.3 still indicate this is the correct method.
updateCheckerBaseURL = http://quickdraw.Splunk.com/js/ ... * Setting updateCheckerBaseURL to 0 will stop the SplunkWeb from pinging Splunk.com for new versions of itself.
Did anyone ever get an answer to this? I dont want my production search head showing that we need to upgrade while we're still testing the next version in dev environments.
I can confirm upgrading removed them but previously, everytime I deleted them, they would come back and they would also pop up on "user" role accounts which was not what I wanted. I just ending up upgrading to 6.5.2...