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LXD 2.0.0.beta2 release announcement

10th of February 2016

The main changes for this release are

  • /dev/console has been re-enabled
  • The btrfs backend now supports optimized container transfer (send/receive)
  • Source file ownership and permissions are conserved by default on "lxc file push"
  • Both "lxc list" and "lxc image list" now accept regular expressions as filter
  • lxc info now shows the container creation date (if known), the list of profiles and detailed snapshot information
  • Recursive aliases are now supported in the client (e.g. "delete: delete -f")
  • "lxc delete" now requires a "-f/--force" flag when run against a running container
  • "lxc delete" now has a -i option to always request user confirmation on delete

Bugfixes

  • Fix building LXD on arm64
  • Fix "make dist" for new version numbers
  • specs: Re-sync database spec with reality
  • Fail when unsetting a key that's not currently set
  • Remove backward compatibility code
  • Fix copying snapshot as new container root
  • Fix failure to stop snapshots on migration failure
  • Fix migration of snapshots using rsync
  • Implement migration fallback to rsync
  • Change ShiftIfNecessary to shift on startup
  • make i18n for profiles output in info
  • reduce verbiage to fit help text more efficiently
  • Make blkio limits more robust
  • add eth0 "name" to the default profile
  • only print profile applied message on success
  • init: Attempt to modprobe the zfs module
  • init: Use zpool create -f to work on unformatted disks
  • init: Improve detection of available backends
  • zfs: Fix cross-backend copies
  • fix stresstest.sh to use byte suffix for limits.memory
  • fix command-line-user-experience examples of limits.memory to include byte suffix

Try it for yourself

This new LXD release is already available for you to try on our demo service.

Downloads

The release tarballs can be found on our download page.