December 9, 2021

The Arvados team is pleased to announce Arvados 2.3.2. This is primarily a bug fix release. We recommend that new and existing installations of 2.3.1 or earlier upgrade to 2.3.2. See Upgrading Arvados for upgrade instructions.

Bug Fixes

#18490

Materialized permission table updates no longer update rows where nothing has changed. This should improve performance of large permission updates, and reduce table space bloat.

#18488

Fixes a bug introduced in 2.3.1 where controller processes attempting to acquire the advisory lock to perform a trash sweep operation would cause a transaction to stay open indefinitely, with the side effect of preventing database vacuum from reclaiming table space.

#18376

When keepstore reads the contents of a directory containing keep blocks to return a block index, it now reads the entire contents at once to migitate long-running operations possibly failing with NFS error EBADCOOKIE.

#18547

Keep-balance now avoids redundant indexing when multiple keepstore servers use a single NFS mount.

#18257

Fix crash in Workbench 2 when attempting to launch workflows with array inputs.

#18484

The Workbench 2 panel for displaying collections no longer retrieves the unneeded parts of the collection record.

#18482

Fixed Workbench 2 bug where the “info” button did not open the right side panel as intended.

#18169

When uploading files through Workbench 2, it is now possible to click the “cancel” button to cancel the upload.

#18480

Arv-put will no longer try to upload special files (such as named pipes).

#17667

Improved documentation explaining the Services config section and the how to correctly set InternalURLs and ExternalURL.

#18511

The arvados-java-sdk package (published to Sonatype OSSRH) has been updated to support “tail_uuid” on Link objects. Starting with this release, the version number of the arvados-java-sdk will be synchronized with main Arvados releases.

#18491

The jwt-go package has been updated to address CVE-2020-26160.