CloudBees Jenkins Enterprise 1.11.41
|CloudBees will no longer be supporting CloudBees Jenkins Enterprise 1.x after July 30, 2020. This end-of-life announcement allows CloudBees to focus on driving new technology and product innovation for CloudBees CI. For information on moving to CloudBees CI, please refer to CloudBees Jenkins Enterprise 1.x to CloudBees CI on modern cloud platforms migration guide which has been created to help you with the migration process. Existing customers can also contact their CSM to help ensure a smooth transition.|
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This advisory announces vulnerabilities in Jenkins, CloudBees Jenkins Distribution, CloudBees Jenkins Platform and CloudBees CI.
- Beekeeper Plugin Exceptions are now generally available (GA) (FNDJEN-3069)
For information about this feature, see Beekeeper plugin exceptions.
- Dependency updates
The following dependency updates are included with this release:
Update minimum required Jenkins version to the latest LTS (2.263.1) (CTR-2577)
CloudBees Role-Based Access Control Plugin(nectar-rbac) dependency upgraded to version 5.49 (CTR-2752)
The CloudBees License plugin is now compatible with jQuery 3.5.x. (CTR-2602)
- Update welcome screen UI - Implementation (FNDJEN-2242)
The Jenkins Welcome screen has been updated.
- Build widget broken when a user has Read permission on a running Pipeline but not its parents (NGPIPELINE-1546)
Users with Read permission on a running Pipeline but only Discover permission on one of its parents' folders were unable to view the main Jenkins dashboard due to errors in the build widget.
The build widget now operates correctly when users have Read access to a Pipeline but not its parents.
- Fix for SECO-757 Jenkins log flooded with SSE gateway plugin-related warnings, which increase memory usage (NGPIPELINE-1507)
With Jenkins deployed on Tomcat, if BlueOcean users close tabs abruptly some internal queues can increase the number of Pipelines thereby generating a lot of events.
The default values of some timeouts now handle exceptions and clear queues more quickly.
- Remove jQuery and upgrade frontend toolchain on cloudbees-workflow-ui-plugin (NGPIPELINE-1432)
CloudBees Pipeline Stage View Extensions bundled an outdated version of jQuery, and the dialog for deleting or resuming checkpoints had broken styles when running against Jenkins 2.249 or newer.
CloudBees Pipeline Stage View Extensions no longer bundles jQuery, and the styles of the dialog for deleting or resuming checkpoints now work correctly on all versions of Jenkins.
- Performance slowdown when credentials cache file gets large (CTR-788)
A new cache implementation is now in
OperationsCenterCredentialsProviderto avoid credentials duplication. The cache also periodically cleans out all entries with no updates/access in the last 48 hours.
- Clarify that shared configuration is available to all master types (CTR-2583)
With this fix, the description of the Miscellaneous Configuration Container in Operations Center indicates that it applies to all masters types, not just Client Masters.
- The restore of a backup fails with a digest check error when using Azure Storage (CTR-916)
There was an issue in backup creation when using Azure Storage that caused the backup to be created in Azure without the required digest metadata. Because the backup was created without the required digest metadata, restoring the backup would fail, as there was no digest to check integrity against it.
With this fix, the digest metadata is properly attached to the backup file and then used during the restore process.
- The inline help referenced
The inline help now references
- Form changes: promoted-builds plugin breaks with tables-to-divs changes (FNDJEN-2775)
No user-facing changes. Internal changes fixing compatibility issues of the plugin with the changes on the layout of the forms of the next LTS.
If upgrading from a rolling release older than 188.8.131.52, customers may experience technical difficulties. CloudBees ensures compatibility only between supported versions of the product and recommends upgrading early and often to avoid these difficulties. If you are having difficulties upgrading, contact CloudBees Support for assistance.
- snakeyaml:1.10 dependency removed (CTR-2511)
The snakeyaml:1.10 library contains a known security vulnerability. With this change we are removing the dependency on that library.
By removing the Snakeyaml dependency we are also removing old migration code, which means updates from versions of this plugin older than 1.1.0 (3 years old) will require a multi-step upgrade.
The multi-step upgrade involves two steps:
Update to a version previous to this one.
Update to this version.
If users skip a step in the multi-step process, they could incur data loss.