Dear Prometheans,

I have published a new minor release for the Pushgateway: v1.5.0
<https://github.com/prometheus/pushgateway/releases/tag/v1.5.0>

Thanks to @fatelei <https://github.com/fatelei> for contributing the new
feature of gzip’ing the body of a POST or PUT sent to the Pushgateway. To
use it, you have to add a header Content-Encoding: gzip, like in this
example:

echo "some_metric 3.14" | gzip | curl -H 'Content-Encoding: gzip'
--data-binary @- http://pushgateway.example.org:9091
/metrics/job/some_job

By updating to v0.8.1 of the prometheus/exporter_toolkit
<https://github.com/prometheus/exporter-toolkit>, the Pushgateway now
supports multiple listeners and systemd sockets.

The routine update of all dependencies should also silence a lot of
(presumably false) alerts issued by naive security scanners when spotting a
dependency with a vulnerability even though the vulnerable code isn’t used
by the Pushgateway.

Enjoy!
1.5.0 / 2022-11-24

   - [FEATURE] Add multiple listeners and systemd socket support. #512
   - [FEATURE] Accept a gzip’d body of a POST or PUT request. #477

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Björn Rabenstein
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[email] bjo...@rabenste.in

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