Changelog

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releases and enhancements.

Updated Docs page redirect within Organization Settings UI    

The previous hyperlink for ‘Learn more about managing people in CircleCI’ on the Organization Settings > People page was navigating to the incorrect Docs link. We have now updated this to navigate to the correct Manage roles and Permissions page.

Changes to editing configuration sources in Project Settings UI    

The repository dropdown is no longer editable when you attempt to edit a configuration source from the Project Settings UI.

SSH key icon in Project Settings UI uses correct icon    

When viewing SSH keys via Project Settings in the CircleCI UI, the “GitHub” icon is now shown if the URL uses “gh” instead of “github”. It previously showed a Bitbucket icon if the URL used “gh”.

Server Release 4.4.1    

Fixes

  • Fix Windows machine executors on EC2
  • Allow disabling statsd collection for build agent to decrease startup time
  • Configure remote Docker engine with proxy settings if present
Server

Self-hosted Runner UI Changes    

On the self-hosted runner page in the CircleCI UI:

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Config Sources can be deleted via Project Settings UI    

Projects that integrate with CircleCI’s GitHub App or GitLab can now delete “Configuration Sources” via the Project Settings UI.

Updated API docs with proper examples for getAllInsightsBranches    

Following the bug fix to getAllInsightsBranches, we have updated our docs with a proper response schema and example, including the fields org_id and project_id.

Server Release 4.3.3    

Fixes

  • Fix Windows machine executors on EC2
  • Allow disabling statsd collection for build agent to decrease startup time
  • Fix bug in the postgres image which threw an error when Postgres triggered JIT compilation for a query
Server

Server Release 4.1.8    

Fixes

Fix incorrect build-agent version

Server

‘Add Security Groups’ dialogue box formatting improvements    

In Organization Settings > Contexts, the dialogue box used to add a security group to a context was too small, not resizable, and displayed security groups in a random order. We updated the dialogue box to now sort security groups alphabetically, and for the size to be more responsive to the number of security groups available.