ActiveState announces the immediate release of Stackato 2.10.6.
Stackato is the application platform for creating a private, secure, flexible Platform as a Service (PaaS) using any language on any stack on any cloud. From the desktop to the datacenter, Stackato makes it easy to develop, deploy, migrate, scale, manage, and monitor applications on any cloud.
To learn more about Stackato and download the release, go to
Please make sure to download the new client when using the new VMs. You will find the clients available for download from the VM as well.
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Review our updated Stackato documentation at
Changes in this release since Stackato 2.10.4 and client 1.7.2:
==== Stackato 2.10.6 ====
stackato client updated to 1.7.4:
-  New kato patch command
-  New Google Apps authentication strategy for AOK
-  Upgrade ActivePython distribute version to the latest
-  Fix a postgresql readiness issue on 'kato data export'
-  Upgrade Nginx to v1.2.9
-  Fixed 2.6.7 to 2.10 cluster data import error
-  pyopenssl now installable via PyPM without an ActivePython Business Edition license
-  Fixed orphaned erlang beam processes on rabbitmq service deletion
-  Fixed filesystem service capacity limits
-  Autoscaling: Fixed ArgumentError in get_datastore (1 for 2)
-  Correct ownership of /home/stackato/.ssh/known_hosts
-  Fixed Filesystem::node: No such file or directory - /var/vcap/sys/run/fence.sock error
-  Fixed traceback on DEA restart (parse_info!': undefined method `')
-  cloud_controller X-Accel-Mapping header missing
-  Locked down redis_server port from container access
-  Management Console: Overview now shows number of nodes in cluster
-  App Store: re-enabled Services filter
-  Fixed FATAL -- Can't create DEA pid file: Process already running
-  Fixed cloud controller error when increasing app instances in Management Console
-  Cloud controller now sends router.unregister NATS message on shutdown or restart
-  Fixed incorrect status codes in router2g access log
-  Container cleanup fix
-  Hooks with grails (java_web) framework fixed
-  Fixed kato status role reporting overlap
-  Fixed MySQL service metadata import
- [98979,98990] More accurate disk usage monitoring in Fence
-  Less aggressive DEA autoscaling
-  Fixed potentially blocking operation during retry of TCP drains
-  kato op upstream proxy ... now correctly modifies the LXC template
-  Longer (and configurable) timeout for kato op regenerate postgresql
-  Management Console now un-maps URLs correctly
- [98966,99012] fixed broken postgresql first boot task
-  Fixed a DEA memory leak with droplet management
-  Fixed an issue where services may not be deleted from the web console
-  Fixed Harbor service issues with UDP backend health checks
-  Fix for cloud-init Stackato 'rename' task failing
-  Fixed cloud-init failing to install custom apt-packages
-  New default behavior for stackato update preserves previously set environment variables. New --env-mode replace option enables the old behavior of removing or resetting environent variables.
-  New token command for interactive token-based authentication with external SSO systems.
Release notes: http://docs.stackato.com/reference/release-notes.html
Enjoy, and let us know if you have any questions or feedback!