Upsource 2.5.2 bug-fix update

Hi everyone!

Holiday season is long gone, and that means we’ve been back in action for a while now and had enough time to work hard and bring you one more bug-fix update! This build brings a number of improvements in the IDE plugin, and addresses such problems as not visible revision changes, and a number of UI issues. Check out the complete list of changes here, and get the new Upsource 2.5.2 build.

We strongly recommend upgrading your instance to the latest version. For the upgrade instructions, please refer to the docs (see “Patch version upgrade” section), and don’t forget to backup your current instance before upgrading.

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4 Responses to Upsource 2.5.2 bug-fix update

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    Yury V. Zaytsev says:

    January 21, 2016

    Sounds like your CDN is somehow misconfigured?

    upsource@XXX:~$ wget https://download.jetbrains.com/upsource/upsource-2.5.5047.zip
    --2016-01-21 09:10:43--  https://download.jetbrains.com/upsource/upsource-2.5.5047.zip
    Resolving download.jetbrains.com (download.jetbrains.com)...
    Connecting to download.jetbrains.com (download.jetbrains.com)||:443... connected.
    ERROR: no certificate subject alternative name matches
            requested host name `download.jetbrains.com'.
    To connect to download.jetbrains.com insecurely, use `--no-check-certificate'.
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      Maria Khalusova says:

      January 21, 2016

      Hi Yuri!
      It’s a known issue. httpS downloads work only for clients that support SNI.
      Can you please update wget?

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    Alexander says:

    January 25, 2016

    I’m not sure about is this right place to ask such question, but anyway: we are investigating possibility to use Upsource in a project with up to 100 users.
    What system requirments would be enough to provide good user experience ?
    Based on my last experience playing with Upsource2 I faced with bad performance when I run it with 6 GB (couldn’t provide more due to VM limitations.)
    Would 16GB be enough, or we need to provide more – for example 24,32? What about disk space requirments?


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      arokhin says:

      January 26, 2016

      Hi Alexander,

      It’s a good question J. Upsource performance doesn’t depend on number of users only. There are some other factors that also play a role here, e.g. number of commits per day, size of commits, size of the repo and etc. However 16GB of RAM sounds like a reasonable start point to try Upsource 2.5 with a not small (I guess) project you have.

      Even though you experience any performance issues, please reach out Upsource support to tune your installation.

      Hope this helps.

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