1.5.0: Release Notes
This release adds a couple of new handy features to the DSim Command Line(mdc) tool. Previously activity timeouts were rolled out to help keep costs of interactive workspaces down. Workspaces get automatically paused if left idle for 20 minutes. Now that timeout value can be set when initializing a workspace. If you prefer shorter or longer timeouts, just use the new
-t option on the init command.
There's also a new
mdc job list command to output jobs that have been submitted. Make use of this to track the status of multiple jobs at once or to just get an overview of all your regression activity.
This release also provides further support for workspaces with large files in excess of hundreds of megabytes.
Below is the complete list of features and bugs contained within the release.
The DSim Cloud 1.5.0 release contains the following highlights:
- New job list command to view all submitted jobs.
- Customizable activity timeouts
- Improved support for large files in a workspace.
- 3 Features Included
- 2 Bugs fixed
- 2 MEDIUM Severity
|S887||New job list command to view all submitted jobs.||CLI Update|
|S971||Improved support for large files in a workspace.||Initialize, CLI Update|
|S995||Customizable activity timeouts||Initialize, CLI Update|
Bug Fixes Included:
|B769||On some occassions, workspace management commands were taking longer than acceptable.||MEDIUM||Immediate|
|B805||File sync was failing when files contained spaces in the path.||MEDIUM||Initialize|
* To obtain a new feature/fix, one or more user actions may be required. See the below table for a legend providing details on the various "availability" values.
|Availability||User Action(s) Needed|
|Immediate||Nothing is needed from the user. Feature/fix will be seen immediately.|
|CLI Update||Users must install the latest version of the DSim Cloud CLI (mdc)|
|Resume||Users must pause existing workspaces and then resume|
|Initialize||Users must destroy existing workspaces and initialize|