Release Notes - v3.2.5


  • Integration of prometheus and grafana into docker-compose
  • Provisioned streams dashboard in Grafana
  • Set Prometheus to scrape metrics from port 9013
  • Scale Prometheus by setting env variable CLUEDIN_PROMETHEUS_SCALE_COUNT to 1 or 0. (0 disables prometheus)
  • Add unique suffix to docker compose project name to avoid containers matching wrong environments
  • Extend cluedin status command with docker container status
  • Add stream monitoring
  • Expose new CLUEDIN_SUBMITTER_CLUE_API_URL to allow changing the endpoint for clue submissions. Defaults to /api/v1/clue
  • Add web api environment variable to datasource to support calling cluedin server
  • Feature flag for De-duplication Projects is now enabled by default. This can be disabled by setting CLUEDIN_UI_FEATURES_DEDUPLICATIONPROJECTS= in your .env file
  • Add datasource dashboard to grafana
  • Add web api environment variable to clean to support calling cluedin server
  • Support for docker compose v2
  • Added CLUEDIN_UI_UPLOAD_LIMIT to control file upload size. Default is: 1gb
  • Update RabbitMq to 3.9.7


  • Ensure prometheus and grafana configs initialise on “up” command
  • Move Grafana to port 3030
  • Override CluedIn application containers run as root user (normally run as non-root 1000 for security) - allows Visual Studio debugging
  • UI environment variable REACT_APP_UI_APP now includes the host port
  • When runnining in Linux, user 1000 is made owner of the data folder to enable read/write for docker containers.
  • Improve datasource monitoring charts


Docker name change

Starting from version 3.2.5 CluedIn inserts a hash into environment name (see more info here). This means that old docker containers are no longer recognized by cluedin.ps1 commands. Therefore, it’s recommended to down the existing environments and up them again when updating to latest Home version.

To remove the previous environment containers:

  • Open your PowerShell session and run $env:CLUEDIN_LEGACY_ENV_NAME = '1' to set an environment variable
  • Run cluedin.ps1 down <env> for the environments you have to clean up. To clean all environments: Get-ChildItem .\env | ForEach-Object { ./cluedin.ps1 down -Env $_.Name }
  • Re-open a new PowerShell session or run $env:CLUEDIN_LEGACY_ENV_NAME = ''
  • Use cluedin.ps1 up <env> to spin up environments as usual


The CLUEDIN_LEGACY_ENV_NAME environment variable is supported temporarily for upgrades only. You should not use this environment variable after cleaning containers as it will not be supported in future releases.