We are delighted to announce the availability of version 20191211163405 of Chef Automate 2.
- Groundwork: We added some initial back-end and API support for Chef InSpec Waivers with more work to continue in the new year.
- Level Up: Chef Automate now uses Habitat 0.90.6, ElasticSearch 6.8.3, and OpenJDK 11.
- Whack-a-mole: We resolved a few vulnerabilities that popped up from our periodic
npm audit. (No actual moles were harmed.)
- No Dawdling: Purges will now fail if each step of the purge does not happen within 10 minutes of scheduled execution.
- Bite-sized: Compliance profiles now have server-side filtering and pagination! To maintain backward compatibility, only requests with the
per_pageparameter set to a non-default value, other than zero, will be paginated.
- All the Metadata!: Client Run and Compliance Node detail views now display more metadata.
- What's Up, Doc?: The API docs feature a new section on our authentication header format, which follows the OpenAPI specifications for security definition objects.
- Desensitized: The system now tolerates the final virgule in file paths, such as
/path/to/backupid/. Previously, when passing a file path for backup purposes, only file paths with the last
/removed would work, such as
- Rock On: We changed our configuration to avoid a low
DefaultMaxTasksconstraint for users on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES). Chef Automate failures with the error message "fork rejected by pids controller" should no longer appear.
- Restored: Input styles on a random assortment of input fields resumed their normal, happy, and uniform styles after recent layout updates.
- Working...: Menus in the top navigation no longer display behind the progress spinner overlay.
- Permanent Marker: Users may no longer edit the name or tags on ingested nodes, or nodes with no manager, but other ingested nodes fields may be edited.
- Noted: Clean up of the scanning functionality ensures that errors, when they exist, are always reported.
- API It Up: The output of Habitat health checks is now exposed via the Applications APIs.
- Expected Behavior: Selecting a health status filter with zero services in the Service Group Details sidebar no longer causes a new service group to be selected.
- Steady: Selecting a new health status filter on the Service Group table will only change the Service Group Details sidebar if the new health status filter results do not include the currently selected Service Group.
- Reversed: The Service Groups display used to switch current and previous health statuses when generating messages about health status changes, but we fixed this.
- Keep It Simple: Note a small performance improvement by avoiding a double fetch of data.
Identity and Access Management v2
- Speedy: Experience a substantially faster loading of the Projects List page, since we removed a network call per project.
- Re-ordered: The percentage done display now progresses correctly after selecting the Update Projects button. Previously, the percentage done display would sometimes start at 100% and then quickly reset due to a minor race condition.
- Stand Still: The Global Project Filter no longer auto-refreshes its project list while you select your project(s). Previously, users lost their selection due to the periodic auto-refresh of the displayed project list.
How to Upgrade
By default Chef Automate 2 will automatically upgrade to this new version. If you have disabled automatic upgrades you can manually initiate an upgrade by running:
chef-automate upgrade run
As always, we welcome your feedback and invite you to contact us directly or share your feedback online. Thanks for using Chef Automate 2!