Product Release: Mar 5, 2013
This minor release of Shares, version 1.0.3, provides the following corrections and improvements:
- addresses nginx security vulnerabilities
- corrects Active Directory performance issues
- addresses performance issues for LDAP queries against large datasets
For new features and changes introduced with the major release, Shares 1.0, please see the release notes for Shares 1.0.0.
- (#19707, #19708) Updated nginx to address security vulnerabilities.
- Fixed Active Directory performance issues.
- (#18268) Fixed performance issue for LDAP queries against large datasets.
- (#12883) When searching (browsing) recursively, the sort parameter is ignored.
- (#14519) The path to a share (relative to a docroot) can be seen by a Shares user. For example, if a user tries to download "/file_1" from a share at "/docroot/share_dir/file_1", the fasp URL contains "/share_dir/file_1" even though the user only knows the file as "/file_1". The path "/share_dir/file_1" can be seen in the AJAX response from Shares (part of the fasp URL) and in the Connect logs.
- (#14532) The transfer rate and encryption settings in Shares can be circumvented by users if they manually change the fasp URL before submitting. Workaround: In order to enforce the settings, you need to set the desired values in the aspera.conf file on the node.
- (#15396) The transfer fails when attempting to download special files like symlinks, block and character device files, socket, etc.
- (#18235) After restarting “MYSQL Server (Aspera)” under Windows services, the “Delayed Job” process stops running and must be manually started.
- Windows XP, 2003, Vista, 2008, 7 and 8
- Linux (RedHat or Debian) with kernel 2.4 or higher and libc version GLIB 2.3.4 or higher.
- 6585f84426fbc3af5c5b229790961459 aspera-shares-184.108.40.206382-1.x86_64.rpm
- 945a3bf433ef34dfe25a9a19d350a5bdef7b9406 aspera-shares-220.127.116.11382-1.x86_64.rpm
- Admin Guide for Shares 1.0.3 (Windows)
- Admin Guide for Shares 1.0.3 (Linux)
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