The Arvados team is pleased to announce Arvados 2.2.2. This release is primarily a bug fix release. We recommend that new and existing installations of 2.2.1 or earlier upgrade to 2.2.2. See Upgrading Arvados for upgrade instructions.
In Workbench 2, when displaying the version history of a collection, the list now includes the name of the user responsible for each version.
Outgoing new user notification emails sent by Arvados can now have a BCC added to them.
The “Open as Network Folder or S3 Bucket” menu option has been renamed “Access with 3rd party client” and given some additional detail.
Workbench 2 Bug fixes
In Workbench 2, clicking on the search bar will now consistently open the “Recent searches / Saved searches” drop down.
On Workbench 2, in the user menu for managing ssh keys associated with the current user account, admins no longer see SSH public keys that belong to other users. The validation for “Add new SSH key” no longer requires a comment after the actual key.
Workbench 2 now reports file sizes rounded off to powers of 2 (KiB=210, MiB=220) instead of powers of 10 (KB=103, MB=106) for consistency with other file management tools such as Windows Explorer,
The pages for the “Compute Nodes” and “Keep disks” tables (which are obsolete and no longer used) have been removed from both Workbench 1 and Workbench 2.
If the keep-web configuration does not allow serving inline content (content that will be displayed directly in the browser) securely, Workbench 2 will no longer display the “Open in new tab” menu item for files in a collection. Files can still be downloaded.
Other Bug fixes
A long-standing bug in
arv-mount --read-write leading to deadlocks has been fixed. Writable
arv-mount is now significantly more stable.
lib/pq Go module has been upgraded, this addresses the “write: broken pipe” error sometimes seen when an idle Postgres database connection has been terminated by the network infrastructure.
Fixed a race condition when multiple requests are made at once using the same federated token which needed to be validated with the remote cluster, which would sometimes result in a 502 error for some of the requests.
arvados-cwl-runner --project-uuids option once again accepts user UUIDs to create workflows in the user’s home project.
arvados-cwl-runner package also ensures that
cwltool is in PATH.
arvados-login-sync program for maintaining user accounts on shell nodes has been updated to use slightly different user management commands that are compatible across both Debian, Ubuntu Centos 7.
--batch mode to
arv-put which recovers from resume cache errors by deleting the cache and starting over. Tools which call
arv-put internally such as
arvados-cwl-runner now use
Fixed bug when updating “replication_confirmed” on Collections with versioning enabled.
On Centos 7, the Python packages are now prefixed
python3- reflecting the official Centos packaging of Python 3 instead of
rh-python36- reflecting the previous Software Collections Python 3 package we used. The new
python3- packages will conflict and force an upgrade from the old
Documentation explaining the requirements for DNS entries and TLS certificates has been improved.
The “addressable” Ruby gem has been upgraded in response to CVE-2021-32740.