Dear GRIDNET community,
We are pleased to announce the availability of GRIDNET Core 1.2.1. This release is largely a hot-fix update, encompassing key improvements and solutions to issues detected in our prior version.
Key highlights of this release:
The major reason behind this hot-fix release was making sure that a sequence like a one visible below goes through without issues:
A file created, ownership changed, explicit write permission assigned to a yet another user etc.
One of the most significant aspects of this release is a security hot-fix related to the GRIDNET OS’s decentralized file system. We have improved the security measures involved with ‘setfacl’, ‘getfacl’, ‘chown’, and ‘poll’ commands, strengthening the integrity and safety of the GRIDNET filesystem operations.
Aiming for more efficient operation, we have introduced performance improvements to the synchronization mechanics. This enhancement is designed to promote smoother and faster synchronization of data across the GRIDNET network.
This update also addresses a critical deadlock situation that was identified in one of our full-nodes. We’ve implemented a solution to resolve this, thereby enhancing the stability of the network and preventing potential disruptions.
It’s important to note that the benefits of these updates extend to the entire network. We strongly recommend users to update their GRIDNET Core software to this latest version to take advantage of these enhancements.
As always, your feedback and suggestions are invaluable to us. Please feel free to reach out via our official forums for any questions or discussions.
Download the latest release from the usual location: https://gridnet.org/GRIDNETCore.zip
Thank you for being a part of the GRIDNET journey.
The GRIDNET Team