We are pleased to announce the release of Arvados 2.0.3. This release includes a few minor feature improvements and number of bug fixes.
The arvados-sync-groups tool now supports specifying the level of access (
can_manage ) that will be granted to each member of the group.
The Arvados Python SDK now honors the environment variable
SSL_CERT_FILE as a user-supplied path to a certificate bundle file.
Keepproxy can use
config.yml to discover upstream keepstores.
Database connections are now explicitly set to UTC time zone. This avoids timestamp comparison bugs when the Arvados API server and Postgres database are configured for different time zones.
Workbench 2: The “New” button will now create items in the expected location when the current selection is a project in “Shared with me” or “Favorites”.
arvados-docker-cleaner now installs a systemd service file.
sbatch returns an error,
crunch-dispatch-slurm reports the error instead of printing “PANIC”.
Fix cached user update error when using
LoginCluster and a previously active user is deactivated.
Fix handling of create container request when
LoginCluster is set.
python3-distutils dependency added to
Documentation uses consistent values for
InternalURLs in examples.
Keepproxy uses a longer timeout when forwarding uploaded data to keepstore. Avoids upload failures when external clients are slow and take longer than 45 seconds to upload a block.
No longer ignores the flag to request preemptible instances on AWS in
Bugfix for packing CWL files with a
Version updates to 3rd party dependencies to address reported vulnerabilities.
The release notes can also be found at https://arvados.org/release-notes/2.0.3/
The Arvados Team