2016 Week 17 (Very Late April)
Updated 791 Days AgoPublic

Summary of changes from April 15, 2016 to April 22, 2016.

CodebaseRepositoryHEADActivity
PhabricatorrPrP00885ed50 commits
ArcanistrARCrARCa2ab38d1 commit
libphutilrPHUrPHUb8058f62 commits
Instances (SAAS)rSAASrSAAS0e2f09c0 commits
Services (SAAS)rSERVICESrSERVICESd1056f01 commit
Core (SAAS)rCORErCORE69a95d06 commits
  • These changes have been promoted to stable.

General

  • Additional components now support cluster / high availability deployment. This is still not yet ready for general use. See T10751 for discussion.

Security

  • Git has two vulnerabilities (CVE-2016-2324, CVE-2016-2315) which affect everything that runs git. You should make sure the server and any clients are up to date. Exploiting these issues requires constructing 2GB pathnames, and we do not have a reasonable, conclusive test for the presence of this vulnerability, so Phabricator will not raise an automatic warning about these issues. See T10832 for discussion.

Migrations

MigrationRiskDurationNotes
20160418.repouri.1.sql19msPrepare for more flexible URIs.
20160418.repouri.2.sql20msAs above.
20160418.repoversion.1.sql24msRecord more cluster information.
20160419.pushlog.1.sql7,068msRecord cluster device hosts.

"Duration" is the duration for this install, and may not be representative.

Upgrading / Compatibility

  • No notes in this period.

Arcanist

  • Slightly improved performance of arc branch in Git.

Minor / Developer

  • Phriction now supports relative links: [[ ./x ]] or [[ ../y/z ]].
  • Phriction links now hint at missing or restricted pages and use page titles.
  • setCWD() on ExecFuture is now safer.
  • bin/storage adjust now propagates exit codes correctly.
  • Fixed an isuse where the Trigger daemon could busy wait in the presence of one-time triggers.
  • The UI now refers to "Tags" more consistently.
  • Fixed an issue with paging between months in Calendar.
  • Fixed an issue with Git LFS with no alternate file domain.
  • Feed stories generated by applications like Herald should be a little more useful.
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