Changelog

Below you can see the 5 most recent changes to Uberspace 7. For older changes, please refer to the Changelog Archive.


[7.6.2] - 2020-05-25

Added

Changed

  • The data directory for MariaDB (/var/lib/mysql) is now stored on SSD.
  • Also on SSD: rpm, yum and journald data directories (/var/lib/rpm, /var/lib/yum, /var/cache/yum and /var/log/journal).

[7.6.1.2] - 2020-05-12

Added

  • Better support for web assembly files: set MIME type application/wasm for .wasm, .wasm.gz, .wat, .wat.gz and enable gzip compression.

Updated

  • Updated Haraka to 2.8.25.

[7.6.1.1] - 2020-05-07

Added

  • Installed pecl-yaml for all our supported PHP versions.

Updated

Changed

  • Node.js v8 reached end of life late last year. We deprecated it a while ago and now moved the last remaining users to v12 (the latest LTS, it has security support till April 2022).
  • PHP v7.1 reached end of life late last year. We deprecated it a while ago and now moved the last remaining users to v7.2 (it has security support till November 2020).

Fixed

  • A regression in our uberspace {mail,web} domain del commands, that lead to always deleting the given domain for both categories.

[7.6.1] - 2020-04-23

Added

Updated

  • Updated our manual and error messages in regards to xcvbn. A library, we use to check and enforce password strength for user mailboxes.

Changed

  • Cleanup _journald_ logs, disabled split mode and set a retention time of seven days.
  • Increased the process limit to 1024 (up from 400). Mostly because this is the lowest limit we can use and still support Erlang.

[7.6.0] - 2020-04-20

Added

  • We now support Python 3.7 (compiled and packaged by us).
  • We now support Python 3.8 (compiled and packaged by us).
  • We added the zlib Plugin to Dovecot, to support compressed mailboxes.

Changed

  • We had previously pinned PHP to 7.3.5, because newer versions segfault’ed when opcache was enabled. This is no longer the case, so we removed the pin.
  • Crashed PHP-FPM user instances failed to automatically restart when a user had exceeded their quota. They should now recover on their own, when the user no longer exceeds the quota.