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

Originally published at: Pi-hole FTL v5.15, Web v5.12 and Core v5.10 released – Pi-hole

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 Changelog: v5.14...v5.15

Pi-hole Web changes:

What’s Changed
New Contributors

Full Changelog: v5.11...v5.12

Pi-hole Core changes:

What’s Changed
New Contributors

Full Changelog: v5.9.1...v5.10

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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.

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

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

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The Web UI brings so much baggage with it it's dependency on PHP and it's just so much stuff that gets installed on my RPI. Consider using the following integrated web engine instead with it's integrated Lua Server Pages: GitHub - RealTimeLogic/BAS: Embedded Web Server Library with Integrated Scripting Engine

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