We are delighted to announce the availability of version 21.7.545 of Chef Workstation.
- Resolved failures running
knife sshon hosts that require a PTY with a new
knife bootstrapof Windows nodes from Chef Workstation on Linux/macOS incorrectly setting the file cache config.
knife bootstrapof Linux nodes from Chef Workstation on macOS creating a
InSpec has been updated from 4.38.3 to 4.38.9:
- The mssql_session resource now allows named connections by no longer forcing a port.
- The PostgreSQL resources (postgres_session, postgres_conf, postgres_hba_conf, and postgres_ident_conf) now work with Windows.
- Fixed a bug where the year in an expiration date was misinterpreted in waiver files.
Chef Infra Client has been updated from 17.2.29 to 17.3.48. This new release includes large improvements to Policyfiles, 9 new built-in resources, and initial support for fetching secrets from AWS Secrets Manager and Azure Key Vault. See the 17.3 release notes for more information.
Habitat has been updated from 1.6.319 to 1.6.351 with updated internal libraries.
We've updated the addressable gem from 2.7 to 2.8 to resolve CVE-2021-32740.
We've upgraded Ruby from 3.0.1 to 3.0.2. This upgrade resolves bugs and also resolves the following CVEs:
We've updated the bundled curl CLI from 7.76 to 7.77 to resolve the following CVEs:
If you are running the Chef Workstation toolbar application you can download this version from the menu after the app next update check. You can also download binaries directly from downloads.chef.io.
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