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October 4, 2013

v0.67.4 Dumpling released

This point release fixes an important performance issue with radosgw, keystone authentication token caching, and CORS. All users (especially those of rgw) are encouraged to upgrade.

Notable changes:

  • crush: fix invalidation of cached names
  • crushtool: do not crash on non-unique bucket ids
  • mds: be more careful when decoding LogEvents
  • mds: fix heap check debugging commands
  • mon: avoid rebuilding old full osdmaps
  • mon: fix ‘ceph crush move …’
  • mon: fix ‘ceph osd crush reweight …’
  • mon: fix writeout of full osdmaps during trim
  • mon: limit size of transactions
  • mon: prevent both unmanaged and pool snaps
  • osd: disable xattr size limit (prevents upload of large rgw objects)
  • osd: fix recovery op throttling
  • osd: fix throttling of log messages for very slow requests
  • rgw: drain pending requests before completing write
  • rgw: fix CORS
  • rgw: fix inefficient list::size() usage
  • rgw: fix keystone token expiration
  • rgw: fix minor memory leaks
  • rgw: fix null termination of buffer

For more information, please see the complete release notes and changelog.