Shiny Server 22.214.171.1241 and Shiny Server Pro 126.96.36.1995 are now available.
This release includes support for listening on IPv6 addresses. It also fixes issues with servers that have home directories mounted over NFS with
root_squash, and with networks that use double-bind LDAP with restrictive permissions on user accounts.
Finally, this release changes the default SSL/TLS configuration in Shiny Server Pro to remove support for the obsolete and insecure TLSv1 protocol.
Shiny Server 188.8.131.521
Upgrade to Node v8.11.3.
Added support for listening on IPv6 addresses.
X-Powered-By response header now reports “Shiny Server” instead of “Express”.
Resolve permissions issues when log directory is on an NFS mount with root
log_as_userdirective was intended to work for these situations,
but would fail in common configurations. It should now work.
log_file_modeno longer respects the process umask, and the default has been
Exit code of shiny-server process was always 0, regardless of the reason the
process exited. Now a non-zero exit code is used if the process was terminated
by a signal, or an unhandled error crashed the process, or loading of the
shiny-server.conf config file failed during startup.
Shiny Server Pro 184.108.40.2065
The above changes, plus:
For LDAP double-bind authentication, use the base_bind account to iterate the
user’s groups (rather than the user’s own LDAP account, which sometimes does
not have permissions to see its own groups).
auth_ignore_casedirective, which can be used to treat
required_groupdirectives as case-insensitive. Disabled by default, as
it’s only safe to use on systems that prevent the creation of users/groups
whose names vary from existing users/groups only by case.
For SSL/TLS configurations, remove support for TLSv1 by default (SSLv2 and v3
were already not supported). If a stricter or looser policy is desired, this
can be achieved by adding
ssl_min_versionas a child directive of
valid values for
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