Ripple has released rippled version 0.33.0-hf1
Ripple has released
rippledversion 0.33.0-hf1, which fixes a JSON parsing issue in all
rippledservers. Ripple recommends upgrading to 0.33.0-hf1 only if server operators are experiencing a
jsonInvaliderror response to client requests. There are no new or updated features in the 0.33.0-hf1 release.
If you operate a
<strong>rippled</strong>server and are experiencing a
<strong>jsonInvalid</strong>error response to client requests, then you should upgrade to 0.33.0-hf1 immediately.
Impact of Not Upgrading
If you operate a
rippledserver and are experiencing a
jsonInvaliderror response to client requests, but don’t upgrade to version 0.33.0-hf1, then your server will continue to experience failing client requests.
For instructions on updating
rippledon supported platforms, see Updating
rippledon supported platforms.
The md5sum for the rpm is: f181f1fc801e3387487d246f9a975517
The md5sum for the source rpm is: 7993f125ed05bfeeda4e091761021429
For other platforms, please compile version 0.33.0-hf1 from source .
The first log entry should be the change setting the version:
<code> Author: Vinnie Falco <email@example.com></code>
<code> Date: Sat Oct 1 12:12:34 2016 -0400</code>
<code> Set version to 0.33.0-hf1</code>
Fix a JSON parsing issue that can fail to parse valid JSON requests when the data received by the server is broken up into more than one contiguous buffer. (#1863)
The Ripple operations team has deployed version 0.33.0-hf1 to all client facing
rippledservers under its operational control.
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