Jelastic 5.7.2-5.7.5

This document is preliminary and subject to change.

In this document, you will find all of the new features, enhancements and visible changes included to the Jelastic PaaS 5.7.2-5.7.5 releases.

GlusterFS Storage with Auto-Clustering (5.7.4)

Implemented new Shared Storage template with the Gluster software support and auto-clustering option

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Kubernetes Cluster

Added pre-packaged Kubernetes Cluster solution to Jelastic Marketplace for automated installation within the platform

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LiteSpeed Software Stacks

Implemented support of the LiteSpeed Web Server and LiteSpeed Web ADC as a separate stack containers

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LEMP Software Stack

Adopted a popular LEMP software bundle model and implemented as a separate stack container

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Custom JDK Distributions

Added support of the AdoptOpenJDK, Amazon Corretto, GraalVM CE, Liberica JDK, Zulu Community custom JDK distributions

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Custom Container Timeouts (5.7.4)

The /etc/jelastic/timeouts.conf configuration file became editable, allowing to adjust timeouts for the container management operations

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Cloud Scripting Improvements
  • added support of the showIf parameter (displays elements upon specific option selection) for all of the fields visual settings
  • optimized installation dialog layout, making it more space-efficient
  • implemented a new tooltip field type and a same-named property for the other fields in CS
  • added forceSelection parameter to restrict the editable list to one of the predefined values
  • added a new columns option for the radiolist, radio-fieldset, checkboxlist fields
  • Added jps variable to the onBeforeInit and onBeforeInstall events to provide access to all manifest fields (5.7.4)
  • added possibility to define targetNodes in a single line (the provided values are considered as nodeType) and to force installation on the environment level with a new none parameter (5.7.5)
  • added custom images support for the dockertags field (5.7.5)
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Default Stack Versions

Updated algorithm for the default tag determination by considering both minor and major versions of the stack

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UI/UX Improvements
  • provided a dedicated icon for the auto-clusters created via the dashboard and the appropriate label for the layer
  • adjusted the description of the built-in SSL in the topology wizard (5.7.4)
  • removed the “new” label for Auto-Clustering and added the “beta” one for the Shared Storage cluster (5.7.4)

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Tasks Duration

The Tasks panel was extended with the additional column for the operation duration

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Ruby Rake Deploy Adjustment (5.7.4)

Running commands from the rake_deploy file from under the jelastic user instead of the root one

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Deployment Archives Types (5.7.4)

Extended a list of the supported archives types for the automatic deployment

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Network Labels for Statistics

Adjusted labels for the Network usage in the Statistics tab for better clarity

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Custom Color for Extra Layer in Topology Wizard (5.7.5)

Added possibility to redefine the background color of the certified stacks in the extra layer of topology wizard in JPS by adding the mission parameter

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API Changes

Listed all the changes to the public Jelastic API in the current release

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Software Stack Versions

Actualized list of supported OS templates and software stack versions

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Dashboard Search Amendment (5.7.4)

Added a domain name to the environment alias in the dashboard search results

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Fixes Compatible with Prior Versions

Bug fixes implemented in the current release and integrated to the previous Jelastic versions through the appropriate patches

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Bug Fixes

List of fixes applied to the platform starting from the current release

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GlusterFS Storage with Auto-Clustering (5.7.4)

Starting with the current 5.7.4 platform release, the Shared Storage Container was upgraded to the second (2.0) version. It provides built-in Gluster support with the appropriate version (6.3) represented in the stack name - Shared Storage 2.0-6.3.

The GlusterFS RPM packages are provided by default to support clusterization of the Shared Storage nodes, but are not enabled on the standalone storage container. The former one can be enabled with the Auto-Clustering switcher in the topology wizard. Consider the following specifics:
  • auto-clustering requires Shared Storage 2.0 (i.e. created after the platform upgrade) and is not available for the preceding versions; however, you can use redeploy to update your old storage to 2.0 and then turn on Auto-Clustering via the wizard
  • Shared Storage auto-clustering requires the latest Virtuozzo 7 virtualization used on the environment region (depends on your hosting provider)
  • for existing environments, auto-clustering can be enabled only in case the storage node is not scaled yet; herewith, the data is replicated to all new containers
  • storage auto-cluster requires 2 or more nodes and cannot be disabled after creation

shared storage auto clustering
During creation, the GlusterFS volume is mounted into the /data folder and is accessible over NFSv4 protocol. Consequently, when mounting from/to your storage cluster, it is managed as a single component (i.e. not a collection of separate storage containers). In case of failure of one or several nodes, the AutoFS client automatically switches to the working instances, which ensures HA for your storage.

mounting shared storage

Additionally, within the dashboard, a dedicated icon and label are provided for your storage auto-cluster.

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Kubernetes Cluster

Kubernetes is a portable, extensible, open-source platform for managing containerized workload and services, that facilitates both declarative configuration and automation. It correlates greatly with Jelastic PaaS, allowing to set up applications based on the Kubernetes system directly inside the platform.

Herewith, configuring a Kubernetes system by yourself can be quite a tricky and time-consuming process, so Jelastic has automated all the required steps in the appropriate Kubernetes Cluster package. Being available via the Marketplace, the solution can be installed on any platform of 5.4 and higher version in one-click.

kubernetes cluster
Based on your particular needs, you can customize the following options within the installation frame:
  • choose the pre-deployed application
    • Clean cluster with pre-deployed HelloWorld example
    • Deploy custom helm or stack via shell command - an additional field for your custom code will appear upon selection
  • select the preferred topology structure
    • Development: one master (1) and one scalable worker (1+)
    • Production: multi master (3) with API balancers (2+) and scalable workers (2+)
  • enable additional options via appropriate checkboxes
    • Attach dedicated NFS Storage with dynamic volume provisioning - adds a Shared Storage into the topology, to use its functionality to serve Kubernetes POD storage requests
    • Enable Remote API Access - allows Kubernetes cluster management via API
  • define basic options like Environment and Display Name (alias), Region (if available)

Click Install after declaring the preferred topology, and the platform will configure everything automatically.

Tip: More specifics and in-depth description with use case examples are provided in the appropriate Kubernetes Cluster article on our blog.

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LiteSpeed Software Stacks

LiteSpeed is a software solution, which offers both advanced performance, latest technologies implementation, and security to suit the most demanding developers. Starting with the current 5.7.2 Jelastic PaaS release, platform provides integration with the following products:
  • LiteSpeed Web ADC (load balancer) - a load balancing solution, which not only distribute traffic, but also to make your web server faster due to HTTP/2 & QUIC integration, ESI caching, etc
  • LiteSpeed Web Server (PHP application server) - a lightweight server, which conserves resources without sacrificing performance, security, compatibility, or convenience

litespeed software stacks

The availability of these software stacks depends on your hosting provider settings (requires a commercial license being purchased) and can be unavailable on your particular platform. Also, if working with the LiteSpeed stacks, you will be charged an additional fee for the above-mentioned license usage. Refer to your hosting provider pricing page for the precise details.

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LEMP Software Stack

LEMP is an acronym for a software bundle solution based on the following components: Linux operating system, NGINX HTTP web server, MariaDB database, and PHP programming language. This model is a popular choice among developers as it is sufficient to host a wide variety of website frameworks, e.g. WordPress.

During the Jelastic 5.7.2 development, the appropriate LEMP server was configured and packed into a certified software stack available for installation via the topology wizard. It combines all the above-mentioned components in a single container, making it simultaneously powerful, convenient, and cost-efficient solution. Herewith, the LEMP stack is compatible with all Jelastic installations since the 5.5 version.

lemp software stack
Jelastic PaaS implementation of the server provides the following specifics:
  • MariaDB 10 is used instead of the standard MySQL option
  • access to phpMyAdmin can be restricted via the PHPMYADMIN_ENABLED variable
  • an additional Redis 5 database service is launched by default
  • Redis databases is accessible without a password but only from within the container (i.e. localhost)
  • memory distribution between services inside the container can be adjusted up to your needs via the appropriate CP_MEM_LIMIT (NGINX), CACHE_MEM_LIMIT (Redis), DB_MEM_LIMIT (MariaDB) variables:
    • the default values are 50%, 10%, and 40% respectively
    • you can specify units of the provided values: megabytes (m|mb|M|MB), gigabytes (g|gb|G|GB), or percentages (%)
    • if units are omitted, the values are considered as percentages by default

Tip: If your platform provides LiteSpeed support, an additional LLSMP stack (Linux, LiteSpeed, MariaDB, PHP) could be available for you.

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Custom JDK Distributions

In the current 5.7.2 platform release, Jelastic PaaS integrates several of the most popular JDK distributions. Such custom Java engines are based on the official OpenJDK source code with some vendor-specific customization. All of the adopted distributions are certified by the Java Community Process, which verifies these engines are “Java SE compatible” (i.e. meet the Java standards) with the Technology Compatibility Kit.

custom jdk distributions
For now, in addition to the already supported Oracle JDK Dev, Oracle OpenJDK, and Eclipse OpenJ9, the following custom JDK engines are adopted by Jelastic:

These new distributions are integrated for the Tomcat, TomEE, Java Engine, Jetty, Spring Boot, and Maven Java stacks.

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Default Stack Versions

When any software stack is selected within the topology wizard, Jelastic PaaS provides its latest release and, for application servers, engine version by default. Such recommendation helps to ensure that all features are available and the most recent vulnerability fixes are applied. In the current 5.7.2 upgrade, an algorithm for the above-described behavior was improved to detect the newest major release of the stack (previously, switched to the latest minor version of the same major one).

Note: Based on the particular hosting provider settings, the default version for software stacks could be configured differently.

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Dashboard Search Amendment (5.7.4)

The dashboard search for environments is performed via name (domain) and alias, so starting with the Jelastic 5.7.4 release, the search results in the appropriate Environments section are provided with both these values. Compared with the initial implementation of just an alias being displayed, the current one helps to avoid confusion in some cases (e.g. when several environments are provided with the same aliases).

environment alias and domain in search

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UI/UX Improvements

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Auto-Clusters Designation

Jelastic PaaS provides an out-of-box automatic clusterization option for some of the managed stacks. In the 5.7.2 platform upgrade, a dedicated icon was designed to highlight the use of such solutions within the dashboard. Also, for better designation, the auto-clustering label was added to the Tags column next to the appropriate layer.

auto-cluster designations

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Built-In SSL Description (5.7.4)

The built-in SSL option allows securing your environment with the enterprise-level data encryption as easily as switching a toggle. If enabled, Jelastic PaaS automatically configures a wildcard SSL certificate on the Shared Load Balancers (SLB).

Herewith, to highlight the incompatibility of such implementation with direct access provided by public IP, the appropriate denotation was added to the description in the topology wizard. It will help to avoid misconfigurations when establishing a secure connection to the application.

built-in ssl description
Tip: If working over public IP, consider utilizing the Let's Encrypt SSL (free-of-charge option) to automatically issue certificates for your environment. Alternatively, you can manually provide your custom SSL certificates.

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Auto-Clustering Labels (5.7.4)

In the current 5.7.4 Jelastic release, the “new” label for the auto-clustering option in the topology wizard was removed for all of the supported stacks by default. Herewith, for the newly implemented clusterization of the Shared Storage container, a “beta” label was added.

shared storage cluster beta label

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Tasks Duration

The Tasks panel provides information on the activity within the account. It tracks the on-going actions and stores the log of them afterward (with the appropriate task’s Name, Date and resulting Status details). For now, this data was extended with an additional column, which shows the Duration of each performed operation.

tasks duration

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Custom Container Timeouts (5.7.4)

All of the Jelastic-managed containers are provided with the /etc/jelastic/timeouts.conf file, which defines timeouts for various management operations on that particular container. The values provided by default are optimal for most solutions. However, to support specific cases (e.g. large Git projects, deployment hooks with a slow script, etc.), some adjustments may be required.

custom container timeouts

Starting with the 5.7.4 platform upgrade, the /etc/jelastic/timeouts.conf configuration file became editable, allowing to adjust timeouts for the specific needs (if required). Such a change ensures greater flexibility when managing projects at the platform.

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Ruby Rake Deploy Adjustment (5.7.4)

Rake is a software task management and builds automation tool for Ruby used by Jelastic PaaS. It automatically performs commands from the rake_deploy file (located in the root folder of the project) after the Apache/NGINX server restart. Starting with the current 5.7.4 platform release, the commands from rake_deploy will be run from under the jelastic user instead of the root one. Such an adjustment provides better compatibility with projects as it is the default user for all of the Ruby containers.

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Deployment Archives Types (5.7.4)

Archive deployment is a quick and simple option to install your application in Jelastic PaaS. The provided package (either as local file or via URL) is automatically processed by the platform, making your application available for usage without any manual steps required. A support for the following archive types was added in the Jelastic 5.7.4: gzip (.gz, .tgz, .taz), compress (.Z, .taZ), bzip2 (.bz2, .tz2, .tbz, .tbz2), lzip (.lz), lzma (.lzma, .tlz), lzop (.lzo), xz (.xz), zstd (.zst, .tzst).

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Network Labels for Statistics

In the 5.7.2 Jelastic PaaS release, the labels for the Network usage in Statistics section were updated to explicitly indicate that resource usage is monitored in bytes and not bits. Namely, the previously used denominations (Gb, Mb, etc.) were replaced with the appropriate new ones (GB, MB, etc). The same changes were applied to the tooltip, where additionally, the Out. ext. limit was adjusted to show the limit in the Mbps units.

labels for network statistics

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Custom Color for Extra Layer in Topology Wizard (5.7.5)

custom color for extra layersJelastic PaaS provides a convenient and intuitive color legend for the certified containers based on the nodeGroup parameter. It helps to determine the role of each stack visually:
  • Load Balancers ("bl") are green
  • Application Servers ("cp" - compute nodes) are blue
  • Databases and cache nodes ("cache", "sqldb", "nosqldb") are orange
  • VPS, build, and storage nodes ("vds", "build", "storage") are gray

Herewith, all the custom images are added to the extra layers and are gray by default. Starting with the 5.7.5 platform upgrade, it is possible to manually redefine a color for such custom nodes by adding the mission parameter for layer in your JPS. Use the highlighted shortcuts from the list above as a value to set the required color.

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API Changes

Below, you can find a list of all changes to the public Jelastic API in the 5.7.2-5.7.5 platform versions (compared to the preceding 5.7 one).

In the 5.7.4 platform version:
  • the group ID parameter was added to the response of the Environment.GetGroups method
  • the access level of the Scheduler.RemoveTask method was changed from public to private

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Fixes Compatible with Prior Versions

Below, you can find the fixes that were implemented in Jelastic 5.7.2-5.7.5 releases and also integrated into previous Jelastic versions by means of the appropriate patches.

Jelastic 5.7.2
#Compatible fromDescription
JE-31234AnyUnhandled error while deploying Git-Push-Deploy add-on with the incorrect Git Repo Url or Token values
JE-351703.3The Ruby engine version should be dynamically defined when installing the Redmine package
JE-370173.3The 404 HTTP Error when clicking the Open in Browser button for the successfully installed Alfresco and Liferay packages
JE-376563.3Admin panel password is not displayed within the after-installation pop-up and email for the WildFly Continuous Deployment package
JE-387603.3The Alfresco application should be displayed within the environment deployments list after the appropriate package installation
JE-451173.3The Auto-Scalable Spring Boot Cluster package deployment fails due to the Scheme missing error
JE-451453.3The ionCube add-on does not support the 7.3 PHP version
JE-452543.3The Let’s Encrypt add-on cannot be installed on the environment without nodes in the application server or load balancer layers
JE-453223.3Error while uninstalling the File Synchronization add-on from the Shared Storage node
JE-453453.3Unhandled error while deploying Redmine package from the Jelastic Marketplace
JE-455013.3The password for the Plesk package should be generated randomly
JE-457323.3The regex validation for the custom domains in the Let’s Encrypt add-on should allow Punycode
JE-457823.3The slave database cannot be connected after the PostgreSQL Cluster package installation
JE-458973.3The MongoDB Cluster package should verify the container firewall support for the account before the installation
JE-460563.3The tar command should be used by the Let’s Encrypt add-on when the zip one is not available
JE-460993.3The “Could not find gem roadie-rails (~> 1.1.1)” error occurs while installing the Redmine package
JE-461143.3The coma, comma with space, and space separators should be allowed by the custom domains regex in the Let’s Encrypt add-on
JE-462853.3The task created by collaborator via the Env Start/Stop Scheduler add-on is not removed after uninstalling this add-on as owner
JE-463673.3The LimeSurvey application is stuck after the appropriate package installation
JE-463693.3The Moodle and qdPM packages are not accessible after installation
JE-472643.3An error occurs while installing the Cyclos 3 CE package
JE-472993.3The Rocket.Chat configuration page cannot be accessed after the package installation
JE-474403.3Timezone is set to not available after applying the TimeZone Change add-on
JE-476073.3The Env Start/Stop Scheduler add-on cannot be removed
JE-478603.3Maven build fails during the installation of the Spring Boot Fat Jar Builder package form the Marketplace
JE-376014.9.5Access credentials are not displayed within the success pop-up after the MariaDB/MongoDB/PostgresDB Cluster packages installation
JE-415065.0The Let’s Encrypt add-on should allow up to 100 domains per certificate and provide IDN support
JE-428895.0More details should be provided via email notification after the Let’s Encrypt add-on update
JE-449335.0SSL certificate added with the Let’s Encrypt add-on should be successfully updated upon load balancer layer addition/removal
JE-462545.0Prolonged creation and redeployment time for the custom Docker images based on the Alpine OS distributions
JE-426535.0.5The list of default PHP modules and their versions should be updated for all of the certified Apache PHP containers
JE-451345.0.5The Docker Engine CE package cannot be installed using the Connect to an existing swarm cluster option
JE-454305.0.5The /var/log/nginx/php-fpm.log file should be readable by the default user on the certified NGINX PHP containers
JE-459635.0.5The Let’s Encrypt add-on should be installed successfully for all types of load balancers
JE-465265.0.5The post create operations on the custom Docker images based on the Alpine OS distributions should be executed successfully
JE-467165.0.5The /etc/sysconfig/php-fpm file on the certified NGINX PHP containers should be editable
JE-467215.0.5The deployed project is replaced with the default one upon enabling Auto-Clustering for the WildFly node
JE-479745.0.5The module is missing on all of the PHP 5.x version containers
JE-479755.0.5The Oracle OpenJDK distribution should be selected by default for all of the Java stacks
JE-467235.0.5Error while enabling Auto-Clustering for a single WildFly node
JE-407725.1Incorrect behavior of the Java memory agent when JVM creation fails
JE-420695.1The /usr/java/latest folder should be editable on the certified Java images with OpenJDK engine
JE-452925.3.2Load balancer node in the WildFly Cluster package should be provided with a custom alias
JE-343935.4Terminated RDP connections to the Windows-based nodes should not be stored in the CLOSE_WAIT state
JE-355485.4Incorrect admin user password is provided via email after the WordPress Cluster installation
JE-375015.4Applications cannot be deployed to the IIS server from the archive
JE-409645.4A static cache should be enabled for the WordPress Cluster after installation
JE-431685.4Incorrect tags are displayed for the Apache PHP application server in the topology wizard
JE-450145.4The jem compute deploy command does not work on the Golang application server
JE-447665.5The Let’s Encrypt add-on cannot be updated after transferring environment to another account

Jelastic 5.7.4
#Compatible fromDescription
JE-455983.3Application cannot be installed via the Deploy Stack YML option of the Docker Swarm Cluster solution, if the target file is located in the GitHub project subdirectory
JE-486385.0.5Variables with spaces in the value are processed incorrectly on the NodeJS application servers

Jelastic 5.7.5
#Compatible fromDescription
JE-490883.3The FTP Users add-on cannot be installed for the Shared Storage node
JE-491203.3The Magento Standalone package cannot be installed on some of the Jelastic installations
JE-492434.9.5Incorrect version is selected by default for the Eclipse Che package

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Software Stack Versions

Check out the list of the most accurate Jelastic software stacks for the current platform version:

StackJelastic 5.7.2-5.7.5
Apache Balancer2.4.37
Apache PHP2.4.37
Apache Python2.4.37
Apache Ruby2.4.37
CentOS (VPS)7.6
Couchbase CE5.1.1; 6.0.0
Debian (VPS)9.8
Docker Engine CE17.12; 18.09.7; 19.03.1
GlassFish3.1.2.2; 4.1.2; 5.1.0
HAProxy1.9.7; 2.0
LiteSpeed Web ADC2.4
LiteSpeed Web Server5.3.8
MariaDB5.5.64; 10.4.6
MongoDB2.6.12; 3.6.13; 4.0.10
MySQL CE5.7.26; 8.0.16
NGINX Balancer1.16.0
NGINX Ruby1.14.2
NodeJS6.17.1; 8.16.0; 9.11.2; 10.16.0; 11.15.0; 12.4.0
Payara4.1.2.181; 5.184
Percona5.6.6.44; 5.7.26
PostgreSQL9.6.14; 10.9; 11.4
Redis4.0.11; 5.0.5
Shared Storage2.0-6.3
Spring Boot2
Tomcat7.0.94; 8.5.43; 9.0.22
Ubuntu (VPS)16.04; 18.04
Varnish4.1.8; 5.2.1; 6.2.0
WildFly10.1.0; 11.0.0; 12.0.0; 13.0.0; 14.0.1; 15.0.1; 16.0.0; 17.0.1
Windows (VPS)2012
AdoptOpenJDK8.0_212; 9.0.4; 10.0.2; 11.0.3; 12.0.1
Amazon Corretto8.212.04.2;
Eclipse OpenJ90.9.0-; 0.9.0-10.0.2; 0.11.0-8u192-b12; 0.11.0-11.0.1
GraalVM CE19.0.0
Liberica JDK8.0_212; 11.0.3; 12.0.1
Oracle JDK Dev7.0_79; 8.0_202; 9.0.4; 10.0.2; 11.0.2
Oracle OpenJDK7.0_211; 8.0_212; 10.0.2; 11.0.2; 12.0.1; 13.ea-b26
Zulu Community8.0_212; 11.0.3; 12.0.1
PHP 55.3.29; 5.4.45; 5.5.38; 5.6.40
PHP 77.0.33; 7.1.30; 7.2.19; 7.3.6
Ruby2.3.8; 2.4.6; 2.5.5; 2.6.3
Python 22.7.16
Python 33.4.10; 3.5.7; 3.6.9; 3.7.4
Node.js6.17.1; 8.16.0; 9.11.2; 10.16.0; 11.15.0; 12.4.0

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Bug Fixes

In the table below, you can see the list of bug fixes applied to the platform starting from Jelastic 5.7.2-5.7.5 releases:

Jelastic 5.7.2
JE-7179The user-agent and accept-language header should be removed from the session
JE-30241Prolonged captions for the fields are displayed incorrectly within the package installation frame
JE-31425Unhandled error while deploying an unsupported project to the IIS server
JE-36238The "Environment group 'My First Project' already exists" error occurs on the first login to the dashboard
JE-39709The "java.lang.NullPointerException" error occurs upon cloning environment
JE-41727Error while closing the Web SSH tab before the connection is established
JE-42460The "java.lang.NullPointerException" error occurs upon deploying an application from archive
JE-44159An error occurs while installing JPS application
JE-44802The "domain not available" error occurs while installing JPS application
JE-46319Error when uninstalling several add-ons simultaneously
JE-46373Unhandled error upon installing JPS manifest with invalid metadata
JE-46511The VCS project cannot be updated or removed after scaling with stateless mode
JE-46648The default value for the disableInactive CS parameter should be true
JE-46809Different SSL certificates for the environment and layer hostnames
JE-46997Error while deploying into some legacy containers
JE-47047The "java.lang.NullPointerException" error occurs upon changing the public IPs count
JE-47090Error after the cloning operation if logged in via several browsers simultaneously
JE-47372Environment layers should be grouped under the same record within the drop-down list in the add volume wizard section
JE-47408The "Cannot read property 'options' of undefined" error occurs while scaling out GlassFish Cluster
JE-47438Firewall rules should not be available for the Windows-based nodes
JE-47460The Docker image search section should not be displayed for the already created nodes in topology wizard
JE-47487The drop-down list should be displayed for the Repository field in the Edit Project window instead of the edit button
JE-47504Drop-down lists in the CS forms should be rendered to the top if there is not enough space below
JE-47517The "java.lang.NullPointerException" error occurs upon trying to View Invoices
JE-47532The "Cannot read property 'className' of undefined" error occurs while working with the Tasks panel in the dashboard
JE-47539An environment with Elastic VPS node cannot be migrated to the different region
JE-47561Incorrect spacing in emails received after packages installation from Marketplace
JE-47562A container cannot be restored from its redeployment backup
JE-47565Incorrect spacing for the default region icon in the dashboard search list
JE-47621The "java.lang.NullPointerException" error occurs upon creating an environment with the Memcached node
JE-47775Unhandled error when trying to edit a deleted firewall rule
JE-47842A warning should be displayed in the topology wizard when adding the Docker Engine CE stack, but it cannot be installed in the currently selected region
JE-47863The "java.lang.NullPointerException" error occurs upon trying to disable a deleted firewall rule
JE-47865The "Cannot read property 'indexOf' of undefined" error occurs while updating account balance
JE-47869The "Cannot read property 'onIconClsChange' of undefined" error occurs while working in the dashboard
JE-47872The "Cannot read property 'dom' of undefined" error occurs while working with the Statistics panel in the dashboard
JE-47873The "Cannot read property 'data' of undefined" error occurs while uploading archives to the Deployment Manager
JE-47874The "Cannot read property 'status' of undefined" error occurs while installing JPS application
JE-47875The "TypeError: null is not an object" error occurs while working in the dashboard
JE-47876The OpenJ9 Java engine name is displayed incorrectly in the topology wizard
JE-47889The "Cannot read property 'stopEditing' of undefined" error occurs while running the platform tutorial after removing the default HelloWorld archive
JE-47890The "Cannot read property 'result' of undefined" error occurs while working with Web SSH
JE-47920The "Cannot read property 'on' of undefined" error occurs while creating a new environment
JE-47923The "Cannot read property 'getEl' of undefined" error occurs while installing JPS application
JE-47924The "Cannot read property 'GetAppByName' of undefined" error occurs while installing an application from Marketplace
JE-47926The "Cannot read property 'events' of undefined" error occurs while working in topology wizard
JE-47982An error should be displayed when trying to redeploy a locked container
JE-47984Error during redeploy due to missing packages on the custom Docker containers
JE-48059Incorrect documentation link within the SFTP / SSH Gate sections of the dashboard
JE-48175Environment information is not updated within the dashboard after migration to another region
JE-48269Unhandled error when trying to mount a directory from the custom Docker container based on the Alpine OS
JE-48312Web SSH connection is lost during switching between nodes
JE-48313DNS records for the Elastic VPS nodes should be correctly restored after awakening from hibernation and completely cleaned after environment removal
JE-48352Files added via image unpack should override the symlinks on the container

Jelastic 5.7.3
JE-48476An error occurs when accessing the Collaboration section from the environment Settings

Jelastic 5.7.4
JE-40867The screen utility should be operable on the containers when working over SSH
JE-44616Collaborators with the view permissions should not be able to create, edit, and delete files of the shared environment
JE-45315Environment owner’s quotas are not transferred when collaborator shares the environment shared to him
JE-45577The Billing History icon for the environments is not centered vertically correctly 
JE-47049If specified, environment alias should be displayed instead of the environment name
JE-47374Auto Horizontal Scaling actions are not displayed in the Event History section of the environment settings
JE-47785Error when trying to install the cocorico custom Docker image
JE-48015The network start operation fails on the alpine-based custom Docker images if the openrc package is installed
JE-48171Custom Docker containers based on the Alpine:3.10 image cannot be created
JE-48183Incorrect spacing for the SSL section in the environment topology wizard
JE-48363The layer name edit field in the topology wizard is displayed incorrectly when a prolonged caption is provided
JE-48404The "TypeError: m is null" error occurs while opening a context via the dashboard
JE-48409An error occurs while resizing browser window during the provision of the User Settings > Access Tokens > Generate Token > Expires At data
JE-48726External IP addition via API methods ignores account restrictions
JE-48731The “permission denied” error occurs for the rake_deploy.log file during the Redmine installation
JE-48783The X-Forwarded-Port header isn't transferred from Shared Load Balancer to the environments without public IP address attached
JE-48784Icon for the shared environment is displayed incorrectly within the dashboard

Jelastic 5.7.5
JE-48998Incorrect container name after redeploy
JE-49060After endpoint removal, connection remains available for a few minutes
JE-49103Events filtering by nodeGroupAlias does not work in Cloud Scripting
JE-49131The settings and globals placeholders don’t work with nodeGroupAlias in Cloud Scripting
JE-49199Iptables rules are removed incorrectly for endpoints
JE-49251Stack colors in the left and central parts of the topology wizard do not match
JE-49268Collaborator should be able to create an environment on another account in the regions of the environment owner
JE-49308An incorrect home directory is set when the rake_deploy file is executed on the Ruby environments

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