Dec 3, 2014 - Job van der Voort

GitLab 7.5.2 and GitLab CI 5.2.1 Release

Today we release GitLab 7.5.2 (both CE and EE) and GitLab CI 5.2.1.

GitLab 7.5.2 brings two fixes:

  • Sidekiq arguments are no longer being logged. This prevents password reset tokens from appearing in the sidekiq.log
  • Fixed a bug with restoring the backup of a wiki

GitLab CI 5.2.1 fixes several bugs:

  • 500 error on /admin/builds
  • Build API Request giving 400 / CSRF token authenticity error
  • Build script info not being displayed well after update
  • Problems with adding a project

Upgrading

Omnibus-gitlab packages for GitLab 7.5.2 and GitLab CI 5.2.1 are now available.

To upgrade a GitLab installation from source please use the upgrader or the patch update guide.

To upgrade a GitLab CI installation from source, please use the upgrade guide.

Enterprise Edition

Omnibus packages for GitLab Enterprise Edition 7.5.2 and GitLab CI 5.2.1 are available for subscribers here. For installations from source, use this guide.

Interested in GitLab Enterprise Edition? For an overview of feature exclusive to GitLab Enterprise Edition please have a look at the features exclusive to GitLab EE.

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