Pi-hole FTL v5.15, Web v5.12 and Core v5.10 released

Pi-hole FTL v5.15, Web v5.12 and Core v5.10 released

2022-04-20 Updates 4

As always, please read through the changelog before updating with pihole -up. (A new tag for docker image will arrive shortly.)

Pi-hole FTL changes:

What’s Changed
  • Fix negative “others” in Upstream Servers pie chart by @DL6ER in #1305
  • Update SQLite to v3.38.0 by @DL6ER in #1307
  • Reload blocking mode independently of incoming queries by @DL6ER in #1310
  • Replace reference to hard-coded default GCinterval value by @icyflame in #1313
  • Be more precise about escaping invalid characters in queries by @yubiuser in #1318
  • Adjust query type counters when importing from the database by @DL6ER in #1317
  • Update SQLite to 3.38.1 by @DL6ER in #1320
  • Added support for compilation on MIPS platform by @abesnier in #1316
  • Update SQLite to v3.38.2 by @DL6ER in #1323
  • Fix initOverTime’s calculation of last slot timestamp by @icyflame in #1312
  • Fix query counts by @DL6ER in #1322
  • Fix overtime computation by @DL6ER in #1327
New Contributors

Full Changelogv5.14...v5.15

Pi-hole Web changes:

What’s Changed
New Contributors

Full Changelogv5.11...v5.12

Pi-hole Core changes:

What’s Changed
New Contributors

Full Changelogv5.9.1...v5.10

Notable Replies

  1. I'm curious if this: Pihole-FTL.log is full of “ERR: Port mismatch” log entries is included in today's release. The reason I ask is that I still see a number of:

    [2022-04-20 18:55:00.409 21235M] ERR: Port mismatch for 127.0.0.2: we derived 5353, dnsmasq told us 43
    [2022-04-20 19:05:00.518 21235M] ERR: Port mismatch for 127.0.0.2: we derived 5353, dnsmasq told us 43
    [2022-04-20 19:20:00.604 21235M] ERR: Port mismatch for 127.0.0.2: we derived 5353, dnsmasq told us 43
    [2022-04-20 19:40:00.768 21235M] ERR: Port mismatch for 127.0.0.2: we derived 5353, dnsmasq told us 43
    

    This situation might be different from the link above as it's an alternative loop back/local address. I'm running unbound and like its name in the upstream servers graph.

  2. No it's not. dnsmasq didn't pickup the proposed patch yes:

    and
    https://lists.thekelleys.org.uk/pipermail/dnsmasq-discuss/2022q2/016292.html

  3. Avatar for jfb jfb says:

    We have a complete re-design coming in V6, which will remove dependency on PHP.

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