Cisco Metacloud May 2017 Update

Cisco Metacloud releases contain bug fixes, feature updates, and security updates.

The following improvements have been implemented in version 2014.1.7.6:

  • You can now run IP and iSCSI interfaces on different VLANs on SolidFire servers.
  • A cross-site scripting vulnerability that could enable an attacker to run arbitrary JavaScript, has been removed.
  • You can now delete a heat stack after removing all of its resources.

The following improvement has been implemented in version 2014.1.7.5:

An XML update now enables successful live migrations and snaphots.

The following improvements have been implemented in version 2014.1.7.4:

  • An SSL vulnerability that could allow DoS and DDoS attcks, has been removed.
  • The SolidFire driver now properly handles iSCSI access failure when you create an image cache volume.
  • Networking service ports are no longer deleted when you detach VMs from a network.
  • Volume Quotas now correctly display on the Launch Instance panel.
  • When you launch an instance, the volume storage chart now correctly uses the minimum disk size required by the flavor.
  • You can now correctly migrate instances that have deleted users.
  • VM network usage statistics are now correctly reported in the Dashboard.
  • Flavors created that have a disk size lower than the size of the image being used now correctly display as available in the Dashboard.

The following improvements have been implemented in version 2014.1.7.3:

  • L2 anti-spoof protection now prevents packets from bypassing the filtering to spoof MAC addresses.
  • The Networking service now uses MD5 authentication per interface between routers.
  • Snapshots of running instances now work correctly.
  • The stunnel console proxy now supports TLS v1.1. TLS v1.0 is no longer supported.
  • Network Topology page in the Dashboard now correctly displays routers.
  • Project membership now correctly matches between CLI and Dashboard when changes are made.
  • Volumes and volume snapshots now correctly display in the quota calculation in the Dashboard.

The following improvements have been implemented in version 2014.1.7.2:

  • You can now correctly use a CentOS ISO image file to launch new instances.
  • The Block Storage service now correctly uses the volume_tmp_dir parameter for volume conversion on Ceph storage servers.

The following improvement has been implemented in version 2014.1.7.1:

An out-of-bounds read/write access vulnerability that could enable a user to escape into another VM on the same hypervisor, has been removed.

The following improvements have been implemented in version 2014.1.7.0:

  • You can now use the Networking service to create an external network to handle a network address translation (NAT) server failover.
  • You can now accurately check valid users against an LDAP group.
  • The openrc.sh file now contains the correct Image service URL for your instance.