A new release of Juju, 2.2-rc1 and conjure-up are here!

Burton Swan burton.swan at canonical.com
Tue Jun 6 06:08:21 UTC 2017

# Juju 2.2-rc1 Release Notes

We are delighted to announce the release of Juju and conjure-up 2.2-rc1! In
this release, Juju greatly improves memory and storage consumption, works
on KVM containers, and improves network modelling. conjure-up now supports
Juju as a Service (JAAS), provides a MacOS client, and adds support for
repeatable spell deployments.

The best way to get your hands on this release of Juju and conjure-up is to
install them via snap packages (see https://snapcraft.io/ for more info on

         snap install juju --classic --beta
         snap install conjure-up --classic --beta

Other packages are available for a variety of platforms. Please see the
online documentation at

Please note that if you are upgrading an existing controller, please make
sure there is at least 6G of free disk space. The upgrade step for the logs
can take a while, in the vicinity of 10 or more minutes if the current logs
collection is at its maximum size.

Since 2.2-beta4

## New and Improved

Better support for larger long running controllers
 * size of txn log can be set at bootstrap time using max-txn-log-size
(needed for larger deployments to prevent events being lost due to
collection exceeding capped size)
 * compression of rotated log files https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1494661
 * separate collections for logs for each model

Better management of subordinate units, removing subordinates when the
relation is broken:

Fixed the  juju-run root escalation vulnerability

## Fixes

Over 40 bugs were fixed (not all of them had actual bugs), covering many
areas of Juju.

Full list of bugs fixed between beta 4 and rc 1 can be found here:
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