Release notes for Funnelback 14.2.2
Released : 29th April 2015
14.2.2 - Selected improvements and bug fixes
- Added support for configuring the Jetty webserver keystore via
- Provided additional documentation and examples for Configuring Funnelback's embedded web server.
- Improved performance for Push collection operations.
- Improved error case handling for missing faceted navigation files in configuration upgrades.
- Added additional troubleshooting options for Push collections.
- Fixed redirect bug in content auditor which could create a loop if deployed by a load balancer with a different port configuration.
- Fixed redirect bug in SEO Auditor which was preventing use of queries with some operators.
- Reduced unnecessary/repetitive warnings in indexer logs.
- Fixed problem which disallowed access to Content Auditor when the jetty port and actual port differed.
- Fixed handling of external metadata files with values containing a colon character.
- Fixed filtering of binary document types such as PDFs and Word documents in Push collections.
- Fixed handling of regular expression characters in reports for facet categories.
- Fixed a Memory leak in Push when using custom filters.
14.2.2 - Upgrade Issues
- Although the index format is unchanged in 14.2.2, earlier versions of Funnelback will not operate correctly with indexes generated by 14.2.2. This would not affect a normal upgrade process, but may be relevant in a half-upgraded multi-server setup or an upgrade rollback scenario.
14.2.2 - Errata
- Some reports of Funnelback services failing to start correctly in some environments have been received. Applying the workaround described at http://sourceforge.net/p/yajsw/discussion/810311/thread/9f7800e0/ to service files in INSTALL_DIRECTORY/services/ appears to resolve the issue in some cases, and this change is being evaluated as a future product default. Please also note that this issue appears to occur more commonly where the Scientific Linux operating system is used. Switching to one of Funnelback's officially supported operating systems may also resolve the issue.