TeamCity 2018.2.1 is out

Posted on by Julia Alexandrova

Today we’re announcing TeamCity 2018.2.1, a bug fix update for our recently released version.

This version fixes about 100 issues, most notably upgrade-related problems. Besides, LDAP authentication now works properly when a trusted certificate is added to the TeamCity server. Several important UI improvements have been made as well; the full list is available in our release notes.

We strongly recommend upgrading, as this build also addresses some TeamCity performance issues.

As usual, TeamCity 2018.2.1 update has the same data format as all 2018.2.x versions, allowing you to upgrade / downgrade easily within these builds.

Remember to check our Upgrade Notes and use one of the upgrade options:

We appreciate your feedback in our forum or tracker.

Happy holidays and happy building!

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8 Responses to TeamCity 2018.2.1 is out

  1. Carsten says:

    December 27, 2018

    Docker image teamcity-server:latest still points to 2018.2 and teamcity-server:2018.2.1 cannot be found.

    • Nadezhda Burnasheva says:

      December 27, 2018

      Hi Carsten,
      Thank you. We apologize for the inconvenience. The blog post was published while the docker images were still being uploaded, which takes longer than uploading the distribution packages.

      Now everything is published and you can pull the latest images from the docker hub.

      Happy building!

  2. Christoph Schudel says:

    January 22, 2019

    I’m trying to use the new build feature “GitHub Pull Request”. However, we are running a BitBucket Server so this feature does not work for us.

    Question: Are there any plans to make this feature also available for BitBucket Server. If Yes, when will be the intended realease?

    • Anton Zamolotskikh says:

      January 22, 2019

      Hi Christoph,

      Yes we are planning to support Bitbucket Server, GitLab and may be a couple of other VCS hosting solutions, although we cannot confirm any particular release date at the moment.

      • Christoph Schudel says:

        January 22, 2019

        Hi Anton,

        Thanks for your quick response. Great that you are already planning to support BitBucket Server and other hosting solutions. I’m looking forward to when it will be available.

        Christoph

  3. Ashish says:

    January 31, 2019

    Hi,
    looks like Team City is not able to pull code from Azure DevOps TFVC projects right now. Are there any plans to support this anytime soon?

    • Pavel Sher says:

      February 1, 2019

      It should work. Do you see any errors? If so, please create a bug report in our tracker with complete error message.

      • Ashish says:

        February 1, 2019

        we are using TeamCity 2017. Is it supported in TC 2017?

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