TeamCity 7.0.3 (build 21424) is ready for download!
This bug-fix has a bunch of major issues fixed and is recommended for upgrade to anyone. Please refer to release notes for the list.
Among fixes there were important performance improvements, especially for those who uses parametrized VCS roots and snapshot dependencies. Some other sporadic performance problems were fixed as well. Note that if you experience slowness on your server and if you’re using GroovyPlug we strongly recommend to install fresh version of this plugin, you can download it from here.
This bug fix release does not change data format under TeamCity data directory, and in case of any problem you can always revert to previous version.
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