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Loki Unveils Latest Version v2.9.2 of Open Source Log Aggregation System

Loki, an open source log aggregation system inspired by Prometheus, has announced the release of version v2.9.2. This highly-available, multi-tenant system is designed to be cost-effective and easy to operate.

One notable change in this release is the patching of two security vulnerabilities: CVE-2023-39325 and CVE-2023-44487. This was done by upgrading go to v1.21.3, to v0.17.0, and grpc-go to v1.56.3. For a comprehensive list of changes, users can refer to the CHANGELOG.

Loki offers two installation options: Docker container and binary.

For those who prefer the Docker container option, the images are available at and To install, simply run the following commands:

$ docker pull grafana/loki:2.9.2
$ docker pull grafana/promtail:2.9.2

Alternatively, Loki provides pre-compiled binary executables for various operating systems and architectures. To install the binary version, follow these steps:

$ curl -O -L ""
$ unzip
$ chmod a+x loki-linux-amd64