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10.2.1 Feature Release

January 24, 2023

  • Improved condor_schedd scalability when a user runs more than 1,000 jobs
  • Fix issue where condor_ssh_to_job fails if the user is not in /etc/passwd
  • The Python Schedd.query() now returns the ServerTime attribute
  • Fixed issue that prevented HTCondor installation on Ubuntu 18.04

Feature releases distribute HTCondor's new features and also incorporates bug fixes. Most people should use choose this channel and stay up-to-date with HTCondor's latest features.

Consultation of the Detailed Notes recommended prior to upgrading.

10.0.1 Long Term Support Release

January 5, 2023

  • Add Ubuntu 22.04 (Jammy Jellyfish) support
  • Add file transfer plugin that supports stash:// and osdf:// URLs
  • Fix bug where cgroup memory limits were not enforced on Debian and Ubuntu
  • Fix bug where forcibly removing DAG jobs could crash the condor_schedd
  • Fix bug where Docker repository images cannot be run under Singularity
  • Fix issue where blahp scripts were missing on Debian and Ubuntu platforms
  • Fix bug where curl file transfer plugins would fail on Enterprise Linux 8

Long Term Support (LTS) releases only bug fixes to a particular, fixed set of features from the current LTS channel. As a result, each LTS channel tends to become more stable over time; read the release notes from the current channel to make sure you aren't missing any features you need.

If you can't regularly upgrade your machines, this may be the channel for you.

Periodically, we will update the set of features that we support with bug fixes and start a new LTS channel. This will not the change the set of features available to an existing or automatically-updated installation of a LTS channel; you have to make the decision to change manually. However, after a time, we will stop issuing additional bug fixes for older LTS channels.

Consultation of the Detailed Notes recommended prior to upgrading.