Liberty Series Release Notes

Liberty Series Release Notes


Security Issues

  • The qemu-img tool now has resource limits applied which prevent it from using more than 1GB of address space or more than 2 seconds of CPU time. This provides protection against denial of service attacks from maliciously crafted or corrupted disk images.


Bug Fixes

  • upload-to-image using Image API v2 now correctly handles custom image properties.


Bug Fixes

  • Cinder will now correctly read Keystone’s endpoint for quota calls from keystone_authtoken.auth_uri instead of keymgr.encryption_auth_url config option.

  • If device attachment failed it could leave the volume partially attached. Cinder now tries to clean up on failure.

  • Fixed an issue when deleting a consistency group snapshot with the Dell SC backend driver.

  • ScaleIO volumes need to be sized in increments of 8G. Handling added to volume extend operations to ensure the new size is rounded up to the nearest size when needed.

  • Fixed issue with the EMC ScaleIO driver not able to identify a volume after a migration is performed.

  • An error has been corrected in the EMC ScaleIO driver that had caused all volumes to be provisioned at ‘thick’ even if user had specificed ‘thin’.

  • Fixed an issue with live migration when using the EMC VMAX driver.

  • Removed restriction of hard coded iSCSI IP address to allow the use of multiple iSCSI portgroups.

  • Fixed an error in quota handling that required the keystone encryption_auth_url to be configured even if no encryption was being used.

  • Allow spaces when managing existing volumes with the HNAS iSCSI driver.

  • Capacity reporting fixed with Huawei backend drivers.

  • IQN identification is now case-insensitive when using LIO.

  • Better cleanup handling in the NetApp E-Series driver.

  • Fixed issue with extra-specs not being applied when cloning a volume.

  • Add ability to enable multi-initiator support to allow live migration in the Nimble backend driver.

  • Fixed issue with error being raised when performing a delete quota operation in a subproject.

Other Notes

  • Start using reno to manage release notes.

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