CloudBees CI release highlights
What’s new in CloudBees CI 2.401.2.3
- CloudBees Pipeline Explorer
The CloudBees Pipeline Explorer offers a streamlined approach to troubleshoot pipelines and view logs. This plugin was developed with a focus on performance to improve your experience for log viewing whether your log files are 5MB or 500MB.
The Pipeline Explorer can visualize the stages of your pipelines in a tree view that gives the ability to filter logs by stages. The log viewport is customizable by user preferences for line numbers, to display ANSI colors from the log text, word wrapping, and custom time formats for timestamps.
The Pipeline Explorer also provides a search feature, permitted through RBAC, so that users can search large files without leaving the Pipeline Explorer interface.
For more information, read the documentation about CloudBees Pipeline Explorer.
cloudbees-analyticsplugin included libraries that were not needed at runtime
These libraries are no longer bundled and this reduces the size of the plugin.
- Organization Scan hangs when checking for private mode because the GitHub anonymous query limit was reached
The anonymous query to check for private mode is now cached.
- Jenkins has switched from
jakarta.inject; plugin updates for compatibility
The code for the
operations-center-licenseplugins were changed to
jakarta.injectto remain compatible with new Jenkins versions.
- Performance issue on controller to operations center (OC) communication
When a high number of controllers try to connect to the OC simultaneously, there is a high number of threads created in the OC. That produces an overall slowness in any OC - controller communication.
This fix reduces the number of threads by sharing some object instances instead of creating new ones.
- Disabling the GitHub checks activated checkbox not accurately reflected in the UI
When users disabled the GitHub checks activated checkbox on the CloudBees CI Configure System page, the UI would still show it as activated.
This issue has been fixed. Additionally, if the user does not select GitHub from the SCM tool list, the checkbox does not appear.
- The plugin catalog validation returns warnings for legitimate errors
When the plugin catalog is validated and any issue is detected, the warning message is marked as an error and the bundle is marked as invalid preventing the controller from crashing when the bundle is applied.
This issue is resolved.
- Deadlock in the controller connection cycle preventing the operations center to start
There was a potential deadlock during the controller connection process to the operations center. This is now resolved.
- Check for newer license button is now hidden on Manage License page when license is managed by an Operations Center
When a controller license is managed by an operations center, the Check for new license should not be visible.
This issue is resolved. The Check for a newer license button is hidden on the Manage License page if the license is managed by the operations center.
- Use an OpenID connect flow for single sign on
Historically, the single sign on functionality relied on remoting calls between operations center and controllers. It has been rewritten to use a more standard OpenID connect flow. No migration action is expected, this is a drop in replacement.
- Duplicate Pipeline Template Catalogs in the Configuration as Code (CasC) for Controllers
jenkins.yamlfile on each instance restart
If a Pipeline Template Catalog is configured in the CasC
jenkins.yamlfile and the
idproperty is not defined, the catalog is duplicated on each instance restart and in the exported CasC configuration.
- Tree view displays stages in the wrong order and/or more than once in some cases
The tree view for in-progress builds with nested parallel steps may display some stages in the wrong order, and it may display some stages more than once.
- When validating security realm Single sign-on via CloudBees Software Delivery Automation, the validation could fail with "No subject alternative DNS name found"
When validating security realm Single sign-on via CloudBees Software Delivery Automation, the validation could fail with "No subject alternative DNS name found"
- Validating Single Sign-On configuration with CloudBees Software Delivery Automation fails with a 302 status code
When the user tries to check the Single Sign-On configuration with CloudBees Software Delivery Automation, it fails with a 302 status code.
- System configuration’s text field for "Send analytics events to this URL" shows a 401 status code
The System Configuration screen’s text field for "Send analytics events to this URL" shows a 401 status code even when authentication is in fact correct.