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2019 Week 35 (Very Late August)
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Summary of changes from Aug 27, 2019 to Aug 31, 2019.

CodebaseRepositoryHEADActivity
PhabricatorrPrP533a5535b65 commits
ArcanistrARCrARCd92fa9630 commits
libphutilrPHUrPHU71e8d7a3 commits
Instances (SAAS)rSAASrSAAS7408a696 commits
Services (SAAS)rSERVICESrSERVICESbf4dabc2 commits
Core (SAAS)rCORErCORE0f41fd44 commits
  • These changes were promoted to stable.

General

Most changes in this release are about improving some operational workflows in the Phacility SAAS cluster, supporting low-downtime repository shard migrations, and cleaning up a few bits of old cruft. See T13393 for a rambling play-by-play.

Security

  • No notes in this period.

Migrations

  • No migrations in this period.

Upgrading / Compatibility

  • The grantAuthority() mechanism has been removed from PhabricatorUser. This was a rarely-used policy mechanism. If you use it in third-party code, the request cache is likely a reasonable alternative.

Minor

  • Repositories now have a "read-only" maintenance mode which can be toggled with bin/repository maintenance.
  • bin/storage dump and bin/storage shell now select "utf8mb4" when available. This fixes an issue where emoji may not be represented correctly in database dumps.
  • Fixed an issue where editing custom forms could fail for certain object types which do not support subtyping.
  • In --for-replica mode, bin/storage dump now dumps all data (including caches and indexes) and fails if the --no-indexes flag is present. Although the old behavior appeared to largely work in practice, it was less correct than this behavior.
  • The "markup cache" table is now labeled with "cache" persistence for the purposes of dump/export flows.
  • HTTPSFuture now selects HTTP/1.1 explicitly, to work around an issue where libcurl may select HTTP/2 but then fail to interact with HTTP/2 proxies.

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epriestley
Last Edited
Sat, Aug 31, 2:56 PM

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epriestley created this object.Sat, Aug 31, 2:56 PM