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[opensuse-factory] New Tumbleweed snapshot 20190926 released!
  • From: Dominique Leuenberger <dimstar@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 30 Sep 2019 14:02:15 +0000
  • Message-id: <156985213516.16194.17747070430134652305@go-agent-stagingbot-2>

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The described changes are computed based on the x86_64 DVD.
The full online repo contains too many changes to be listed here.

Please check the known defects of this snapshot before upgrading:
https://openqa.opensuse.org/tests/overview?distri=opensuse&groupid=1&version=Tumbleweed&build=20190926

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Packages changed:
busybox
ceph
coreutils
filesystem
grep
kbd
ncurses
permissions (1550_20190830 -> 1550_20190913)
polkit-default-privs (13.2+20190905.0016c47 -> 13.2+20190919.a656be4)
psmisc
rubygem-passenger (6.0.2 -> 6.0.4)
screen
sed
spec-cleaner (1.1.4 -> 1.1.5)
ucode-intel (20190618 -> 20190918)
udisks2
util-linux
util-linux-systemd
xz

=== Details ===

==== busybox ====

- Trim marketing from description.

==== ceph ====
Subpackages: librados2 librbd1

- Addendum:
+ upstream Nautilus 14.2.4 brings the following notable changes:
* fixed a ceph-volume regression introduced by 14.2.3 (NOTE: SES customers
were never exposed to this regression) (bsc#1132767)
- Addendum:
+ upstream Nautilus 14.2.3 brings the following notable changes:
* Fixed a denial of service vulnerability where an unauthenticated client
of Ceph Object Gateway could trigger a crash from an uncaught exception
(CVE-2019-10222/bsc#1145093)
* Fixed bsc#1151994 - Nautilus-based librbd clients can not open images on
Jewel clusters
* The RGW num_rados_handles has been removed in Ceph 14.2.3 (bsc#1151995)
* "osd_deep_scrub_large_omap_object_key_threshold" has been lowered in
Nautilus 14.2.3 (bsc#1152002)
* The ceph dashboard now supports silencing Prometheus notifications
(bsc#1141174)
- Addendum:
+ upstream Nautilus 14.2.2 brought the following notable changes:
* The no{up,down,in,out} related commands have been revamped (bsc#1151990)
* radosgw-admin gets two new subcommands for managing expire-stale objects
(bsc#1151991)
* Deploying a single new BlueStore OSD on a cluster upgraded to SES6 from
SES5 breaks pool utilization stats reported by ceph df (bsc#1151992)
* As of 14.2.2, Ceph cluster will issue a health warning if CRUSH tunables
are older than "hammer" (bsc#1151993)

==== coreutils ====
Subpackages: coreutils-lang

- Do not recommend lang package. The lang package already has a
supplements.

==== filesystem ====

- Add /usr/libexec and /usr/local/libexec

==== grep ====
Subpackages: grep-lang

- Do not recommend lang package. The lang package already has a
supplements.

==== kbd ====
Subpackages: kbd-legacy

- Allow YaST to select Iranian (Persian, Farsi) keyboard layout
(bsc#1092920)

==== ncurses ====
Subpackages: libncurses6 ncurses-devel ncurses-utils tack terminfo
terminfo-base terminfo-screen

- Add ncurses patch 20190907
+ add --with-ada-libname option and modify Ada95 configuration to
allow renaming the "AdaCurses" library (prompted by proposed changes
by Pascal Pignard).
+ modify configure script to distinguish gcc from icc and clang when
the --enable-warnings option is not used, to avoid unnecessary
warnings about unrecognized inline options (report by Sven Joachim).
- Add ncurses patch 20190831
+ build-fixes for configuration using --program-suffix with Ada95,
noticed with MacOS but applicable to other platforms without
libpanelw, etc.
- Add ncurses patch 20190824
+ fix some cppcheck warnings, mostly style, in ncurses test-programs.
- Add ncurses patch 20190817
+ amend 20181208 changes for wbkgd() and wbkgrnd(), fixing a few
details where it still differed from SVr4.
+ fix some cppcheck warnings, mostly style, in ncurses test-programs.

==== permissions ====
Version update (1550_20190830 -> 1550_20190913)
Subpackages: chkstat permissions-config permissions-doc

- Update to version 20190913:
* setgid bit for nagios directory (bsc#1028975, bsc#1150345)
- This also restructures the sources for the permission package

==== polkit-default-privs ====
Version update (13.2+20190905.0016c47 -> 13.2+20190919.a656be4)

- Update to version 13.2+20190919.a656be4:
* transition networkd rules to subpackage

==== psmisc ====
Subpackages: psmisc-lang

- Do not recommend lang package. The lang package already has a
supplements.

==== rubygem-passenger ====
Version update (6.0.2 -> 6.0.4)
Subpackages: ruby2.6-rubygem-passenger rubygem-passenger-apache2

- updated to version 6.0.4
Release 6.0.4
- ------------
* Adds Debian 10 "Buster" packages.
Release 6.0.3
- ------------
* Add and option to specify the spawn dir during startup, which is
specifically useful for CageFS users. Contributed by @plmnikulin. Closes
GH-2145.
- Apache: `PassengerSpawnDir`
- Nginx: `passenger_spawn_dir`
* [Nginx] Bumps the preferred Nginx version to 1.17.3 (previously 1.15.8).
* [Nginx] The preferred PCRE version is now 8.43 (previously 8.42).
* Adds Ubuntu 19.04 "Disco" packages, and removes Ubuntu 18.10 "Cosmic" and
Ubuntu 14.04 "Trusty" packages.
* Changes minimum supported macOS version to 10.12 Sierra.
* Improves container detection and fixes a compilation warning in GCC 8+.
Closes GH-2186.
* Allowed externally specifying an app instance to send a request to.
Contributed by Mark R. James (@mrj).
* Fixed an incompatibility with sending requests to specific app instances,
when using the rails web-console gem. Contributed by Mark R. James (@mrj).
* Fixed a regression (introduced in 5.1.9) where some hooks were not called.
Closes GH-2103. Contributed by Mark R. James (@mrj).
* Fixes compilation with clang 8 (latest macOS update) by updating vendored
boost library from 1.67 to 1.69.
* Reverts a regression intruduced in 6.0.2 where Passenger would crash if it
had to use the disk backed response cache. Closes GH-2189.
* [Nginx] Adds an option `passenger_buffer_upload` to allow buffering
uploaded data in Passenger before forwarding it to the app. As a workaround for
apps that cannot handle chunked data.
* [Enterprise] When using deferred port binding, no longer binds port if all
apps do not start up.
* Updated various library versions used in precompiled binaries (used for
e.g. gem installs):
- PCRE 8.43 (was 8.42)
- Curl 7.65.1 (was 7.64.0)
- ccache 3.7.3 (was 3.6)
- Git 2.22.0 (was 2.20.1)
- OpenSSL 1.0.2s (was 1.0.2q)
- RubyGems 3.0.6 (was 3.0.2)
- GnuPG 2.2.16 (was 2.2.13)
- libgcrypt 1.8.5 (was 1.8.4)
- libgpg_error 1.36 (was 1.35)
- libiconv 1.16 (was 1.15)
- Ruby:
- 2.4.5 -> 2.4.6
- 2.5.3 -> 2.5.5
- 2.6.1 -> 2.6.3

==== screen ====

- Use proper Requires(*), ticking off a FIXME as fixed.

==== sed ====
Subpackages: sed-lang

- Do not recommend lang package. The lang package already has a
supplements.

==== spec-cleaner ====
Version update (1.1.4 -> 1.1.5)

- Update to 1.1.5 bsc#1099674:
* Use https in URL in spec-cleaner.spec test
* Remove duplicated backslash in regexp
* Parallelize test run
* Add jupyter_move_config to excludes from bracketing
* Do not fail if URL is ftp:// or other protocol
* Make xdist enabled by default on all test runs and add xdist to deps
* By default remove groups from packages
- remove spec-cleaner-1.1.4_test_https.patch that is no longer needed

==== ucode-intel ====
Version update (20190618 -> 20190918)

- Updated to 20190918 bugfix release (bsc#1151232 bsc#1138185)
Processor Identifier Version Products
Model Stepping F-MO-S/PI Old->New
- --- updated platforms ------------------------------------
BDW-U/Y E0/F0 6-3d-4/c0 0000002d->0000002e Core Gen5
HSX-EX E0 6-3f-4/80 00000014->00000016 Xeon E7 v3
BDW-H/E3 E0/G0 6-47-1/22 00000020->00000021 Core Gen5
BDX-ML B0/M0/R0 6-4f-1/ef 0b000036->0b000038 Xeon E5/E7 v4; Core
i7-69xx/68xx
BDX-DE V1 6-56-2/10 0000001a->0000001c Xeon D-1520/40
BDX-DE V2/3 6-56-3/10 07000017->07000019 Xeon
D-1518/19/21/27/28/31/33/37/41/48, Pentium D1507/08/09/17/19
BDX-DE Y0 6-56-4/10 0f000015->0f000017 Xeon
D-1557/59/67/71/77/81/87
BDX-NS A0 6-56-5/10 0e00000d->0e00000f Xeon D-1513N/23/33/43/53
SKX-SP H0/M0/U0 6-55-4/b7 0200005e->00000064 Xeon Scalable
SKX-D M1 6-55-4/b7 0200005e->00000064 Xeon D-21xx
CLX-SP B1 6-55-7/bf 05000021->0500002b Xeon Scalable Gen2

==== udisks2 ====
Subpackages: libudisks2-0 libudisks2-0_btrfs udisks2-lang

- Do not recommend lang package. The lang package already has a
supplements.

==== util-linux ====
Subpackages: libblkid-devel libblkid1 libblkid1-32bit libfdisk1 libmount1
libmount1-32bit libsmartcols1 libuuid-devel libuuid1 libuuid1-32bit
util-linux-lang

- Do not recommend lang package. The lang package already has a
supplements.

==== util-linux-systemd ====

- Do not recommend lang package. The lang package already has a
supplements.

==== xz ====
Subpackages: liblzma5 liblzma5-32bit xz-devel xz-lang

- Do not recommend lang package. The lang package already has a supplements.


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