Release Notes: This is primarily a bugfix release, including a fix for a major security hole in the Trigger plugin which could allow an attacker who had gained root access to a Bcfg2 client to gain access to your Bcfg2 server by using a malformed UUID (CVE-2012-3366). It is recommended that everyone update to 1.2.3 immediately, or disable the Trigger plugin.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release.
Release Notes: This is primarily a bugfix release, with over two dozen reported bugs and dozens more unreported bugs fixed. The only significant change from 1.2.0 is that regular expression support in Rules is now optional, and off by default.
Release Notes: Packages support for pulp, an updated Web frontend for reports, a new bcfg2-reports package, support for TGenshi/TCheetah in Cfg, a SSLCA plugin for automated SSL certificate generation, Pacman support for Archlinux, new bcfg2-admin modes, a documentation overhaul, a bcfg2-repo-validate rewrite, basic systemd support, probe support for automated handling of JSON, XML, and YAML output, bcfg2-reports enhancements/fixes, a packages plugin rewrite, support for VCS specification/checkout, new SSHbase features, and support for APK packages.
Release Notes: A remote command execution security problem was fixed.
Release Notes: Probes make Bcfg2 automatically handle JSON, XML, and YAML output. Tons of Validate plugin fixes. Make -q turns off package verification. Yum is the preferred client tool on RPM systems. This release fixes 'important' entry installation in decision mode, bcfg2-reports. The default encoding has been set to UTF-8. Traceback is caught when name resolution fails. Base is deprecated in favor of Bundler. Only listens on the specified interface by default. A normalization error has been clarified. The output encoding of Genshi templates and the bcfg2-admin pull behavior for Genshi templates have been fixed.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release that primarily addresses issues with newer versions of Python. Comments are no longer stripped from clients.xml. Trapped exceptions are no longer raised from XMLRPCRequestHandler. Error checking was added to ensure the gpg-pubkeys has all needed information, and handling of gpg-pubkey packages was fixed. The xmlrpclib Transport class was fixed along with bcfg2-reports --badentry and --extraentry. Support for the verify attribute was added. Supervised services are now tracked properly. Global package coalescing was fixed. Server strings that don't start with https:// are now handled.
Release Notes: bcfg2-repo-validate was completely rewritten as bcfg2-lint. A number of schema changes, fixes, and updates were made. A Genshi schema was added, and Genshi bundles are now validated. DTD docs are built, and a -doc RPM sub-package is provided. Various fixes were made for Mac OS X packaging. A Python 2.7 authentication header issue was fixed. Basic support for systemd services was added. The ability to ignore a Debian service was added. For POSIX, a recursive attribute for nonexistent Paths was implemented. A VCS checkout client tool was added, though it is not yet fully functional.
Release Notes: This is an experimental release with quite a few new features. The highlights are massive reporting updates, Cfg/TGenshi unification, SSLCA for automated certificate generation, an LDAP plugin, Pacman support for Archlinux, new bundle-quick mode, new bcfg2-admin backup mode, massive documentation updates, and SSL certificate localization (in bcfg2-admin init). A central git repository was implemented for new users.
Release Notes: Old configuration entries in the Deps schema were deprecated. Missing configuration files are now installed. Various documentation updates were made. Client metadata was extended to include group category information. A new Guppy.py plugin was added to help trace memory leaks. In bcfg2-info, showentries was fixed such that argument length is matched correctly. verify_flags was added to YUMng.