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Singularity Hub is open for general building! We have a few other updates to announce for the server.
You now shouldn’t log out when you change between www and a naked domain (e.g., singularity-hub.org vs. www.singularity-hub.org), and the server will redirect to https://singularity-hub.org.
Importantly, since we now use a naked URL, all previously existing webhooks for your repositories will need to be checked and updated if necessary to not include www. You can go into your GitHub repository Settings –> Webhooks, and then select the Singularity Hub webhook and change the url to not use www., and click save.read more
I’m happy to announce that we will cautiously be opening up Singularity Hub after quite an eventful July. This version of Singularity Hub follows a malicious use of our API that indeed did put the future of the service at risk. I say cautiously because we have disabled building for all except for a group of testing users, and will plan on re-enabling building for everyone later this week, or sometime next week. If you are interested in being a testing user, please let me know. Through the end of this week I’m going to be monitoring the service like a hawk, and all users should expect intermittent restarts if necessary.
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Singularity Hub v2.2 is a security release following a malicious use of the API. A quick summary of changes include:
- limits have been set on all views, APIs, and user actions
- login is required for most views
- unnecessary views have been removed
A detailed description is included below, and for a listing of new limits we direct the reader to the limits page. See best best practices for instructions on how to properly pull containers so that you don’t exceed a rate limit.read more
The release of Singularity Hub v2.1 coincides with Singularity v2.5 release, and Singularity Python v2.5. Importantly, we have done the following:
- you will need to update your builders for old collections, under “Settings” in your collection view.
- the builder is updated to give you a larger instance by default (100MB) and more cores (2), the n1-standard-2 instance up from n1-standard-1
- the interface “snack box” and plots in the container view have been removed.
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