Updated to 4.2.1 but still indication of 4.2.0 (resolved)

Description of your problem

On our test environment we updated to Graylog 4.2.1 but graylog is still stating the same 4.2.0 version.

After the update and restart of (systemctl restart graylog-server.service) graylog-server:
Graylog 4.2.0+5adccc3

Before the update:
Graylog 4.2.0+5adccc3

Description of steps you’ve taken to attempt to solve the issue

systemctl daemon-reload << seems to be the clue
systemctl restart graylog-server.service

Graylog 4.2.1+5442e44 on montst.log.srk (Red Hat, Inc. 1.8.0_312 on Linux 4.18.0-305.17.1.el8_4.x86_64)

Operating system information

  • Rocky Linux 8.3

Package versions

  • Graylog
    [root@montst ~]# rpm -qi graylog-server
    Name : graylog-server
    Version : 4.2.1
    Release : 1
    Architecture: noarch
    Install Date: Mon 08 Nov 2021 02:58:39 PM CET
    Group : optional
    Size : 217782319
    License : SSPL
    Signature : RSA/SHA1, Wed 03 Nov 2021 11:07:17 PM CET, Key ID d44c1d8db1606f22
    Source RPM : graylog-server-4.2.1-1.src.rpm
    Build Date : Wed 03 Nov 2021 11:07:03 PM CET
    Build Host : c4a572d1925b
    Relocations : /
    Packager : Graylog, Inc. hello@graylog.org
    Vendor : graylog
    URL : https://www.graylog.org/
    Summary : Graylog server

  • MongoDB - 4.2.17

  • Elasticsearch - 7.10.2


        

Hello.

After applying YUM update I restarted my Graylog service

systemctl restart graylog-server

and it still showed 4.2.0. I had to refresh my browser also.
Hope that helps

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