May 27, 2015 - Job van der Voort  

GitLab 7.10.5 released

Learn more about GitLab Release 7.10.5 for GitLab Community Edition (CE) and Enterprise Edition (EE)

In GitLab 7.11 we have introduced the requirement of a license key for users of GitLab Enterprise Edition.

This can cause a moment of downtime when upgrading, as you will need to upload the license key before being able to push to the GitLab instance.

With this patch release we're adding a license upload functionality that allows you to upload your license in GitLab 7.10.5, preventing downtime when upgrading to GitLab 7.11 Enterprise Edition.

This patch release also includes a fix for GitLab Annex and patches a MySQL vulnerability in GitLab CI.

If you are not using GitLab Enterprise Edition, you can skip this patch and go straight to GitLab 7.11.

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This is a minor update, without any migrations. No downtime is necessary.


To update, check out our update page.

As Enterprise Edition user, if you want to update to 7.10.5 rather than straight to 7.11, download and install the Omnibus package at the old download location, here.. For installations from source, use this guide.

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