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Release 2.15.00

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Note: It is currently a best practice to use a Services Box with a minimum of 32GB of RAM. Starting in Q4 2018 it will become required. See docs for our recommendation(s).

What’s New in Release 2.15

This release contains an upgrade to MongoDB, service migrations for contexts and is a required upgrade. The following updates and fixes are also of note:

MongoDB Upgrade The MongoDB version running on Services VM will be automatically updated from 3.2 to 3.6 for you. If you have externalized MongoDB and wish to upgrade to 3.6, please contact your CSM

Bug fix Restrict interaction of Workflows ‘Rerun’ dropdown to users who are part of GitHub organization for open-source projects.

Bug Fix Known issue for broken UI due to workflows with “.” in the name

Bug Fix Known performance issue with freezed browsers for organizations with many branches.

Bug Fix Known issue for Vault auth tokens not being automatically renewed. If you have externalized Vault, please contact your CSM to before upgrade to 2.15.0

New Feature: Splitting test files via Workflows. If your project has a large number of tests, you can use circleci tests split feature to reduce your job run time. For more information on how to setup tests split, please follow this document.

New Feature: Workflows UI will now show actors who have taken the following actions:

  • Rerun workflows
  • Approved jobs
  • Canceled jobs

New Feature We are excited to announce more Metrics! Nomad job metrics can be enabled and will be emitted by the Nomad Server. Please see Nomad Metrics documentation for instructions on how to configure Nomad Clients. The following five types of metrics are reported:

  • circle.nomad.server_agent.poll_failure: Returns 1 if the last poll of the Nomad agent failed, otherwise it returns 0.
  • circle.nomad.server_agent.jobs.pending: Returns the total number of pending jobs across the cluster.
  • circle.nomad.server_agent.jobs.running: Returns the total number of running jobs across the cluster.
  • circle.nomad.server_agent.jobs.complete: Returns the total number of complete jobs across the cluster.
  • circle.nomad.server_agent.jobs.dead: Returns the total number of dead jobs across the cluster.

New Feature Host (Services VM) and docker metrics can now be forwarded via Telegraf , a plugin-driven server agent for collecting & reporting metrics, to DataDog or a custom location. To enable and/or configure please go tohttps://example.com/settings#metrics. For more information please see the Monitoring documentation.

Performance Improvement Reduced the load time for all workflows pages.

Performance Improvement CircleCI has upgraded the mechanism that returns gettimeofday calls. As a result, heavy users of syscall will see an aggregate improvement in performance. Most noticeably this will improve the run time of projects with heavy usage of debugging/profiling tools and Xdebug with PHP.

Updated JVM_HEAP_SIZE is configurable for frontend, output-processor, and test-result containers. Please see JVM Heap Size Configuration documentation.

Updated For customers running the Static installation, Ubuntu 16.04 (Xenial) has been added as a supported OS. For additional details please see the docs.

Known Issue(s)

When a saved context is removed during the build graph phase it can cause a silent failure during job execution. \ When using the none storage driver, the cache will not be saved. This means that you currently cannot use caching in CircleCI when you are using the none storage driver.

Release 2.14.01

This patch release fixes an issue introduced in 2.14.0. Please review the fix(es):

Fixed: Docker executor does not support configurable resource classes.

Release 2.14.00

What’s New in Release 2.14

This release contains service migrations for contexts and is a required upgrade. The following updates and fixes are also of note:

Fixed: Pre-allocated VMs not being used. Customers reported that jobs using machine executor and setup_remote_docker were continuing to spin up (and terminate) new VMs at runtime instead of the pre-allocated pool.

Fixed: Unable to build in AWS region eu-west-2.

Updated: The title of the Builds page in the CircleCI application was changed to Jobs in several places to better reflect the structure of builds. Refer to the CircleCI blog post for details about the name change.

Updated: Contexts are now checked for unique naming across your installation of CircleCI instead of just within an organization. You will no longer be able to create duplicate context names within an account. Existing duplicates will be honored by the system, but should be changed to avoid future collisions. Please see the Contexts documentation for further information.

Updated: The test-results services cleans up the /tmp directory on restart and the JVM heap size increased from 256m to 512m.

Known Issue(s)

When a saved context is removed during the build graph phase it can cause a silent failure during job execution. \ When using the none storage driver, the cache will not be saved. This means that you currently cannot use caching in CircleCI when you are using the none storage driver.

Migration Tools: The 1.0 migration center was updated with additional content and helpful tools to migrate projects from CircleCI 1.0 to 2.0.

Release 2.13.00

What’s New in Release 2.13*

  • Fixed: Due to a certificate not being imported jobs were unable to submit after a container restart.
  • Fixed: Stability issues within contexts service.
  • Fixed: vm-service issue where AWS ECS and EBS volumes were left used. Added better idempotent client retries, API eventual consistency handling.
  • Added: vm-service EBS Volumes cache evictor. Docker Layer Caching EBS volumes get deleted after 14 days of unused. You can control the inactivity period in Installation Admin Settings page.
  • Added: Periodic checks to scale down any unused long running instances (e.g. due to reduction in prescaling configurations, or or due to a bug preventing termination of VMs in timely manner).
  • Added: Optimizations to speed up provisioning. Resiliency to network/external changes.
  • CircleCI is excited to announce that users on AWS can now forward host (Services VM) and docker metrics via Telegraf , a plugin-driven server agent for collecting & reporting metrics, to AWS CloudWatch. This is is the first step into bringing you greater observability into your installation. To enable and configure please go tohttps://example.com/settings#metrics. In this release the following metrics may be enabled: Docker , Networking , Disk , Memory, and CPU. For more information please see the Monitoring documentation.
  • CircleCI is enhancing visibility by capturing usage statistics of CircleCI installations. This aggregate data will be used to better support you and ensure a smooth transition off 1.0. This optional feature is automatically available when you upgrade to the latest version of your installation or once a support bundle is downloaded. Below are the metrics being captured. If you would like access to this data in order to better understand your users please contact a CircleCI account representative. Please reference exhibit C within your terms of contract and our standard license agreement for our complete security and privacy disclosures. For more information please see the Usage Statistics documentation.

Weekly Account Usage

Name Type Purpose
account_id UUID Uniquely identifies each vcs account
usage_current_macos minutes For each account, track weekly builds performed in minutes.
usage_legacy_macos minutes  
usage_current_linux minutes  
usage_legacy_linux minutes  

Weekly Job Activity

Name Type Purpose
utc_week date Identifies which week the data below applies to
usage_oss_macos_legacy minutes Track builds performed by week
usage_oss_macos_current minutes  
usage_oss_linux_legacy minutes  
usage_oss_linux_current minutes  
usage_private_macos_legacy minutes  
usage_private_macos_current minutes  
usage_private_linux_legacy minutes  
usage_private_linux_current minutes  
new_projects_oss_macos_legacy sum Captures new Builds performed on 1.0. Observe if users are starting new projects on 1.0.
new_projects_oss_macos_current sum  
new_projects_oss_linux_legacy sum  
new_projects_oss_linux_current sum  
new_projects_private_macos_legacy sum  
new_projects_private_macos_current sum  
new_projects_private_linux_legacy sum  
new_projects_private_linux_current sum  
projects_oss_macos_legacy sum Captures Builds performed on 1.0 and 2.0. Observe if users are moving towards 2.0 or staying with 1.0.
projects_oss_macos_current sum  
projects_oss_linux_legacy sum  
projects_oss_linux_current sum  
projects_private_macos_legacy sum  
projects_private_macos_current sum  
projects_private_linux_legacy sum  
projects_private_linux_current sum  

* this release contains migrations and is a required upgrade

Release 2.12.1

The installable version of CircleCI v2.12.1 fixes an issue introduced in 2.12.0. GitHub cloud integrations were unable to create new contexts.

Release 2.12.0

The installable version of CircleCI v2.12.0 fixes an issue in which an error occurs when uploading artifacts to S3 by updating AWS SDK for Java from v1.10.69 to v1.11.328.

Release 2.11.0

This release fixes an issue with overwriting the known_hosts.local file. The fix allows keys to remain and enables the CircleCI upgrade process to append keys.

Release 2.10.0

The installable version of CircleCI v2.10.0 fixes an issue in which jobs were unable to submit after a container restart due to the certificate not being imported.

Release 2.9.0

The installable version of CircleCI Server 2.9.0 includes the following improvements and bug fixes:

  • Resolution for a potential LDAP injection vulnerability
  • Addition of support for the following LDAP fields:
    • Group Membership
    • Group Object Classes

See the Authentication document for the steps.

  • Addition of default values for OpenLDAP and Active Directory
  • Stability and bug fixes for an issue with test results
  • Improvements to ready agent logging for support bundles
  • Stability fixes and speed improvements for provisioning remote Docker engine
  • Reliability improvements for the permissions service client
  • Differentiation between the LDAP login and email to remove email as the assumed login value
  • Fix for a bug that deselected all projects when a new user logged in for the first time
  • Fix for a bug that was preventing Workflows from working correctly when located behind a proxy
  • Bug fixes and improvements for Contexts

Release 2.8.0

The installable version of CircleCI 2.8.0 includes the following fixes and improvements:

  • An issue involving pre-allocated remote docker, machine VM creation, and other VM usage on AWS when the on-host VM option is selected has been fixed.

  • An issue with the VM provider timing out when waiting for SSH to connect has been fixed. This upgrade supersedes any custom values for the Number of SSH attempts for starting VM setting and adds an equivalent field named Timeout for waiting for SSH to connect to VM(s) that you must set.

Release 2.7.0

The installable version of CircleCI 2.7.0 includes the following fixes and improvements:

  • Improvements to remote Docker instance provisioning and cleanup on AWS.

Release 2.6.0

The installable version of CircleCI 2.6.0 includes the following fixes and improvements:

  • It is now possible to create multiple Contexts in the Organization Settings of the CircleCI app. See the Contexts documentation for details and naming conventions.

Release 2.5.0

The installable version of CircleCI 2.5.0 includes the following fixes and improvements:

  • This release fixes a problem with DNS resolution failure on alpine-based containers. This problem was observed in the 2.3 release and was fixed for some service containers in 2.4. The 2.5 update fixes the issue for all service containers.
  • This release includes improvements to scaling and garbage collection in the VM Service that should improve performance for installations with heavy use of machine executors or remote Docker.

Release 2.4.0

The installable version of CircleCI 2.4.0 includes the following improvements and changes:

  • Audit logging - This feature makes available a downloadable log of system events from the CircleCI Admin dashboard. This is the first release of audit logging; more events and improved data in the logs will be delivered in subsequent releases. Find detailed information about the data fields for each event in the Audit Logging section of the Security Features document.

  • LDAP integration - It is possible to enable a new CircleCI installation to authenticate users with OpenLDAP or Active Directory credentials. New installations may be configured to have users authenticate through LDAP, including Active Directory support. Refer to the Authentication document for instructions.

  • New build-agent - The new build-agent fixes some cases in which users were unable to log into a running job with SSH.

  • VM Service improvements - Autoscaling of the VM Service has been improved, so machine executors should have more consistent performance at scale.

Release 2.3.0

The installable version of CircleCI 2.3.0 includes the following improvements and changes:

  • Users can now schedule workflows. The underlying cron-service has been added to the installation, though no specific configuration should be needed. See the documentation on Workflows Orchestration for details.
  • Support for using private IP addresses in 1.0 builds is now enabled along with 2.0 builds
  • A bug in the VM garbage collector was addressed that should help in situations when VMs were being leaked.
  • We have disabled Replicated snapshots. Please see the documentation on backups if you have previously used Replicated snapshots.

Release 2.2.0

The installable version of CircleCI 2.2.0 includes the following improvements and changes:

  • New visualization for Workflows - When you click on a workflow in the CircleCI application, a diagram appears with the relationship of your jobs to one another and the complete sequence of the workflow.
  • Updates to the onboarding flow - We now show a new user only projects already building on CircleCI rather than a list of all projects found in source control. This change was made to prevent inadvertent adding of projects to CircleCI during the onboarding process. We also added a confirmation dialog for any user opting to follow more than six projects and made it clearer how to add new projects not yet building on CircleCI.
  • Support for object stores other than S3 - CircleCI 2.2.0 now supports the same object store options that are supported in 1.x. This is a prerequisite to future releases that will allow non-AWS installations of CircleCI 2.x.
  • Updates to the VM Service; ACTION MAY BE REQUIRED IF YOU ARE USING AWS - The VM service has been updated to use volumes rather than persistent instances. This change allows operators to accommodate Docker Layer Caching with a smaller number of long-running VMs. If you installed using the suggested IAM permissions from prior versions you must update your IAM permissions with this upgrade. Refer to the policy template for the complete set of permissions.
  • New Contexts feature; ACTION MAY BE REQUIRED IF YOU ARE USING THE HIGH AVAILABILITY CONFIGURATION - The Contexts feature uses a HashiCorp Vault secure storage mechanism. If your installation is running in HA mode, HashiCorp Vault needs to be externalized similar to the Mongo and Postgres databases. Refer to the Configuring High Availability documentation for instructions.

Release 2.1.1

  • Fix setting for certain proxy configurations.

Release 2.1.0

  • Added support for 2.0 builders to use object storage other than S3 (mirroring the options from the 1.x releases).
  • Support for private images in docker jobs, including support for ECR authentication.
  • New VM service and build agent to address certain situations that resulted in build infrastructure failures.
  • Better accommodations for using proxies throughout the core infrastructure.

Release 2.0.3

  • Added support for proxies to the VM Service/Remote Docker setup.
  • Fixed an issue in the mongo migration scripts when moving from 1.x to 2.x that caused some customers problems.
  • Move to using Docker 17.03.2 (downgrade) to solve occasional freezes when starting/restarting.

Release 2.0.2

  • Fix an issue where users were unable to import large PostgreSQL data sets during an upgrade from 1.0 to 2.0

Release 2.0.1

  • Fix issue where /etc/hosts was not being applied properly to every container.
  • Add ability to configure VM instance type in AWS EC2 when configuring the VM Service in the Management Console.

Release 2.0.0

CircleCI 2.0 is a completely updated CI/CD platform that starts every run with a clean image which is automatically provisioned just-in-time for Linux jobs on the CircleCI application installed in your private cloud. The CircleCI 2.0 platform includes significant performance, stability, and reliability improvements along with first-class Docker support, Workflows (pipelines), Resource Allocation, and Contexts. The Management Console (Replicated) also includes new options for enabling 2.0 Builders and appropriate default settings.

If you have CircleCI installed you may access CircleCI 2.0 features on your current installation with no restrictions under your current agreement and support level. However, you must contact your CircleCI account representative for assistance with upgrading, to obtain migration scripts, and to receive a new license channel.

  • CircleCI 2.0.0 is only available on AWS and may be installed with Terraform or manually.
  • Teams may create a CircleCI 2.0 .circleci/config.yml file in their repositories to add new 2.0 projects incrementally while continuing to build 1.0 projects which use a circle.yml configuration file.

Documentation for the installable 2.0 application is available at CircleCI 2.0 Documentation for the following topics:

Release 1.48.5

  • Addresses an issue with CloudWatch metrics not being reported correctly.
  • Address an issue with some build output being truncated in the UI.

Release 1.48.4

  • Addresses an issue with CloudWatch metrics not being reported correctly. UPDATE: some customers report this has not addressed their CloudWatch problems. The next release will have a new fix.

Release 1.48.3

  • Addresses an issue for installations pointing at github.com (rather than an instance of GitHub Enterprise) that prevented those installations from adding new projects.

Release 1.48.2

  • Fixes a bug that was causing lists of builds to be truncated in some circumstances.
  • Fixes a bug where certain configurations of GitHub were not syncing email addresses properly.
  • Fixes a bug where some users were seeing a beta UI that should have not have been showing up.
  • Various minor UI fixes.

Release 1.48.1

  • Fixes a bug in new installs that prevented the first user from becoming an Admin.
  • Fixes a bug with using the built-in Heroku deployment support.

Release 1.48.0

  • New Projects list in the Admin section gives you an overview of all projects across your entire installation of CircleCI Enterprise.
  • New onboarding flow – new users will be prompted with a list of projects to follow drawn directly from their GitHub account.
  • New option for users to choose “My builds” or “All builds” when viewing lists of builds.
  • New JIRA integration for creating issues from a Build Page - configured under Project Settings.
  • Option to externalize the underlying persistance storage (Postgres and Mongo) - talk to your CircleCI contact for details.
  • Improved support for snapshot backup and restore via the Admin Console.
  • Various performance improvements and minor bug fixes.

Release 1.47.2

This is a security update to prevent logging temporary access tokens in build output. Those access tokens would have allowed a user to do a PUT request to overwrite an existing artifact only if all of the following were true:

  1. They already had access to the build.
  2. They identified the token in the build output.
  3. The were to use the token within 30 minutes after the original artifact was uploaded.

Release 1.47.1

A minor maintenance release, primarily to improve the single-box installation process for new trials of CircleCI Enterprise. Also, we have now follow advice from GitHub to not check if emails in GitHub Enterprise are “verified” — we will continue to check verified status if you are using github.com. If you have reason to change “verified” checks on your users’ emails let us know.

Release 1.47.0

Note for Admins

This release requires extra steps than usual. Please see https://circleci.com/docs/enterprise/upgrade-for-1.46.x-and-earlier/ for detailed instructions.

Update to address CVE-2016-8655

We have released patches to our AMIs and other infrastructure to address CVE-2016-8655. We recommend all CircleCI Enterprise installations follow the instructions below to update both their Services box and their Builder fleet.

If you have any questions or difficulties please contact enterprise-support@circleci.com.

Update the Services box:

  1. As always, ensure your data is backed up.
  2. Shut down CircleCI in the Replicated console (or via the CLI).
  3. Update the kernel using the provided install_kernel_master function below.
  4. Restart the machine.
#!/bin/bash
function install_kernel_master() {
    echo '>>> Installing Kernel'
    apt-get update
    apt-get install linux-image-3.13.0-105-generic linux-headers-3.13.0-105-generic linux-image-extra-3.13.0-105-generic
    apt-cache policy linux-image-3.13.0-105-generic linux-headers-3.13.0-105-generic linux-image-extra-3.13.0-105-generic
}

Update the Builder fleet:

For the builder fleet, update the Launch Configuration to use the updated AMI from the list below:

  • ap-northeast-1 = “ami-07f09d60”
  • ap-northeast-2 = “ami-90588ffe”
  • ap-southeast-1 = “ami-4f54f82c”
  • ap-southeast-2 = “ami-040c3467”
  • eu-central-1 = “ami-3465a35b”
  • eu-west-1 = “ami-d70421a4”
  • sa-east-1 = “ami-2e6bf242”
  • us-east-1 = “ami-e68f89f1”
  • us-west-1 = “ami-901c4af0”
  • us-west-2 = “ami-0c57fc6c”

If you are using our Terraform scripts, you can download the new script https://github.com/circleci/enterprise-setup/blob/master/circleci.tf and run terraform apply. We’ve already updated the scripts to include the new AMIs, so terraform should launch new builders automatically with the patched version, and cycle your fleet.

If you are using a non-AWS environment, use the same method to patch your builders you used to patch the Services box.

If any of the above does not apply to your environment, or you encounter issues with your upgrades please contact: enterprise-support@circleci.com.

Release 1.46.5

  • Fix for a bug causing builders to not honor CIRCLE_CONTAINERS_SUBNET when passed in the initialization.
  • Builds with high parallelism were experiencing slow performance on the build detail page in the web UI – this should now be improved.
  • Some emails generated by CircleCI had hard-coded links to circleci.com. These should now point at your installation host.
  • A handful of minor UI fixes.

Update to address CVE-2016-5195

We have released patches to our AMIs and other infrastructure to address CVE-2016-5195. We recommend all CircleCI Enterprise installations follow the instructions below to update both their Services box and their Builder fleet.

If you have any questions or difficulties please contact enterprise-support@circleci.com.

Update the Services box:

  1. As always, ensure your data is backed up.
  2. Shut down CircleCI in the Replicated console (or via the CLI).
  3. Update the kernel using the provided install_kernel_master function below.
  4. Restart the machine.
#!/bin/bash
function install_kernel_master() {
    echo '>>> Installing Kernel'
    apt-get update
    apt-get install linux-image-3.13.0-100-generic linux-headers-3.13.0-100-generic linux-image-extra-3.13.0-100-generic
    apt-cache policy linux-image-3.13.0-100-generic linux-headers-3.13.0-100-generic linux-image-extra-3.13.0-100-generic
}

Update the Builder fleet:

For the builder fleet, update the Launch Configuration to use the updated AMI from the list below:

  • ap-northeast-1 = “ami-59389e38”
  • ap-northeast-2 = “ami-a2e236cc”
  • ap-southeast-1 = “ami-a80fa9cb”
  • ap-southeast-2 = “ami-53241930”
  • eu-central-1 = “ami-5a59a035”
  • eu-west-1 = “ami-e0c78993”
  • sa-east-1 = “ami-3832af54”
  • us-east-1 = “ami-d0396bc7”
  • us-west-1 = “ami-76226916”
  • us-west-2 = “ami-938420f3”

NOTE: The following AMIs are not maintained by CircleCI, but contain a patched version of stock ubuntu.

  • gov-west-1 = “ami-34df6755”
  • cn-north-1 = “ami-92f622ff”

If you are using our Terraform scripts, you can download the new script https://github.com/circleci/enterprise-setup/blob/master/circleci.tf and run terraform apply. We’ve already updated the scripts to include the new AMIs, so terraform should launch new builders automatically with the patched version, and cycle your fleet.

If you are using a non-AWS environment, use the same method to patch your builders you used to patch the Services box.

If any of the above does not apply to your environment, or you encounter issues with your upgrades please contact: enterprise-support@circleci.com.

Release 1.46.4

  • Fix for a bug that stopped certain CloudWatch metrics from working.

Release 1.46.3

  • Fix for a bug that caused UI problems for certain Pull Requests

Release 1.46.2

  • Minor changes to help debug some esoteric issues.

Release 1.46.1

  • Fixed layout problems in Safari on Mac.
  • Fixed issue with tag builds interacting with the Auto-Cancel of Redundant Builds setting.
  • Fixed performance of the build page, including awkward interaction when expanding build steps
  • Fixed environment variables not sorting properly in project settings

Release 1.46.0

  • Note for Admins: we will now block your upgrade if there are pending migrations that need to be performed against your databases.
  • We have changed the default behavior for builds with parallelism set above the current total container count in your build fleet. Previously we would auto-cancel any build with a parallelism above the total number of containers in your fleet. Those builds will now remain in the queue until the fleet is big enough to accommodate their parallelism setting. Builds behind those builds will continue to be bumped ahead, however, so the behavior is somewhat different than normal queuing behaviors, which is a strict FIFO model.
  • New System Settings option to set the maximum parallelism for all projects. This allows you to prevent teams from using more of your fleet than intended.
  • New option to auto-cancel “redundant” builds on a branch - found in the project settings, this new option allows you to set builds on branches other than your default branch to auto-cancel any builds on that same branch already running. This avoids running multiple simultaneous builds on the same working branch if you push several times in quick succession.
  • On the Systems Settings page under Admin you can now enter “Container Tweaks” that will be run whenever containers are started in your build fleet. This feature allows you to make adjustments to the build environment prior to builds running, so you can save time in each build. Note that these tweaks are only appropriate for things you want to apply to the environment for ALL of your builds.
  • We now parse your circle.yml before the build runs and fail if there are errors. Before, the build would start and errors would be surfaced only once they caused a failure in a running build.
  • Fixed a bug preventing artifacts from being generated in some circumstances after a failed build.
  • The Artifacts API now allows cross-origin requests when requesting specific artifacts. In the past you could do this when using the API to get a list of your artifacts but not for downloading specific artifacts. You can now do both with the API.
  • Fixed a bug that prevented some cases of triggering builds via the API. If you have had problems triggering builds with the API you may need to recycle your build fleet for this fix to take effect.
  • Fixed a bug that would cause problems if someone’s access was removed from a project in GitHub Enterprise but that person’s token was being used by CircleCI Enterprise. Other users should now be able to continue using the project as expected if the original token’s owner no longer has access.
  • Fixed a bug that prevented builds cancelled from the UI from actually cancelling in a timely fashion.
  • Various design improvements such as better notifications and confirmation dialogs when changing various settings, new links on the build page and builds list to make it easier to link directly to specific containers or parts of your build output, better information for builds marked as “Not Run”, hiding some settings that aren’t applicable to Enterprise customers, and various minor improvements and bug fixes.

Release 1.45.1

  • Fix for an issue that was causing builds to fail that were triggered by users with a github account but no circleci account.

Note: we are shifting our versioning to better reflect the current release semantically.

Release 0.2.45

  • PR-only builds - We have added functionality to only run builds when a pull request is open. To enable this functionality you can navigate to “Advanced Settings” for your project and enable the “Only build pull requests” option.
  • Chrome notifications - see the docs
  • Fixed a bug where builds triggered by people who don’t have seats in CircleCI Enterprise were not running. They now should run as before.
  • Some UI changes to make updating data in the web interface more consistent.
  • Reliability improvements by changing retry logic in various places.

Release 0.2.44

Bug fix: We’ve fixed a bug that “–branch” option was missing when “–single-branch” is used.

Release 0.2.43

New Feature: The maximum size of files that you can upload for caching during builds has been fixed to 5G. The size is now bumped 20G by default on CircleCI Enterprise and customers can also override the default value to even larger size.

To override the default value, you need to run the following in a REPL of Service Box.

(settings/set {:max-file-cache-bytes <max-size-by-bytes>})

To unset the overridden value and use default, run the following.

(settings/unset! [:max-file-cache-bytes])

Release 0.2.42

New Feature: Custom base URL for version control webhooks. When a new project is added, CircleCI will add a webhook to the GitHub repository of the project. With this new feature, you can override the default webhook base URL from the System Settings page under the Admin tools (available to designated administrative users). This feature is useful when your instance is behind firewall or other proxy and cannot directly receive webhooks from GitHub.

Release 0.2.41

This release fixes a bug in the URL structure used to serve build artifacts.

The artifact URL format was recently changed to handle security concerns related to CircleCI’s hosted offering. The security concerns do not affect CircleCI Enterprise customers, but the change caused issues fetching build artifacts in CircleCI Enterprise installations. This release reverts the CircleCI Enterprise artifact format and resolves the issue.

Release 0.2.38

  • Please Note: If you are using OS X builds you will need to run a manual migration as part of this release. After upgrading you will need to run this in a REPL: (circle.backend.model.esxi-vm/run-migrations!). Please talk with your account manager if you need further instructions.
  • The Admin Users page now has links to the builds of each user.
  • The API has a new endpoint /api/v1/admin/licensing that returns information about the number of seats available, number being used, when the license will expire, and how many inactive users there are in the system.
  • Fixed a bug where links to the documentation broke.
  • Various small bug fixes and UI improvements.

Release 0.2.36

Please make sure that you are using the latest provision-builder.sh and init-builder-0.2.sh before you upgrade to this release:

https://s3.amazonaws.com/circleci-enterprise/provision-builder.sh

https://s3.amazonaws.com/circleci-enterprise/init-builder-0.2.sh

As part of this release we’re changing the behavior of artifacts to only serve a whitelisted set of content-types. This means we won’t serve .html files as text/html. This is a security risk on CircleCI Enterprise since artifacts are served on the same domain as the rest of the site – as a result, any user or malicious code used as part of your build can push a specially-crafted artifact and gain control of another user’s account.

If this is an issue, you can override this behavior by setting “Serve artifacts with unsafe content-types” in the admin console. We don’t recommend this, but we’re providing it for backwards compatibility.

This release also includes some changes to container networking. Containers now each use a /24 in the subnet 172.16.1.0/16 by default.

If this conflicts with your private network, or if you were editing lxc-net manually in order to fix a prior conflict, you can now use CIRCLE_CONTAINERS_SUBNET and CIRCLE_CONTAINERS_SUBNET_NETMASK_LENGTH on the builders to configure those. See “Adjusting Builder Networking” in the configuration section.

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