SUSE: 2019:2994-1 important: ceph

    Date 18 Nov 2019
    Posted By LinuxSecurity Advisories
    An update that solves one vulnerability and has 22 fixes is now available.
       SUSE Security Update: Security update for ceph
    Announcement ID:    SUSE-SU-2019:2994-1
    Rating:             important
    References:         #1132767 #1134444 #1135584 #1137503 #1140491 
                        #1141174 #1145093 #1145617 #1145618 #1145759 
                        #1146656 #1147132 #1149093 #1150406 #1151439 
                        #1151990 #1151991 #1151992 #1151993 #1151994 
                        #1151995 #1152002 #1156282 
    Cross-References:   CVE-2019-10222
    Affected Products:
                        SUSE Enterprise Storage 6
       An update that solves one vulnerability and has 22 fixes is
       now available.
       This update for ceph fixes the following issues:
       - A previous update introduced a regression with the potential to cause
         RocksDB data corruption in Nautilus (bsc#1156282).
       - Support for iSCSI target-level CHAP authentication was added
       - Implemented validation and rendering of iSCSI controls based "type"
       - Fixed an error while editing iSCSI image advanced settings (bsc#1146656).
       - Fixed a ceph-volume regression. SES customers were never exposed to this
         regression (bsc#1132767).
       - Fixed a denial of service vulnerability where an unauthenticated client
         of Ceph Object Gateway could trigger a crash from an uncaught exception
         (bsc#1145093, CVE-2019-10222)
       - Nautilus-based librbd clients could not open images on Jewel clusters
       - The RGW num_rados_handles has been removed (bsc#1151995).
       - "osd_deep_scrub_large_omap_object_key_threshold" has been lowered in
         Nautilus (bsc#1152002).
       - The ceph dashboard now supports silencing Prometheus notifications
       - The no{up,down,in,out} related commands have been revamped (bsc#1151990).
       - Radosgw-admin got two new subcommands for managing expire-stale objects
       - Deploying a single new BlueStore OSD on a cluster upgraded to SES6 from
         SES5 used to break pool utilization stats reported by ceph df
       - Ceph clusters will issue a health warning if CRUSH tunables are older
         than "hammer" (bsc#1151993).
       - Ceph-volume prints errors to stdout with --format json (bsc#1132767).
       - Changing rgw-api-host in the dashboard does not get effective without
         disable/enable dashboard mgr module (bsc#1137503).
       - Silenced Alertmanager alerts in the dashboard (bsc#1141174).
       - Fixed e2e failures in the dashboard caused by webdriver version
       - librbd always tries to acquire exclusive lock when removing image an
       Fixes in ses-manual_en:
       - Added a new chapter with changelogs of Ceph releases. (bsc#1135584)
       - Rewrote rolling updates and replaced running stage.0 with manual
         commands to prevent infinite loop. (bsc#1134444)
       - Improved name of CaaSP to its fuller version. (bsc#1151439)
       - Verify which OSD's are going to be removed before running stage.5.
       - Added two additional steps to recovering an OSD. (bsc#1147132)
       Fixes in ceph-iscsi:
       - Validate kernel LIO controls type and value (bsc#1140491)
       - TPG lun_id persistence (bsc#1145618)
       - Target level CHAP authentication (bsc#1145617)
       ceph-iscsi was updated to the upstream 3.2 release:
       - Always use host FQDN instead of shortname
       - Validate min/max value for target controls and rbd:user/tcmu-runner
         image controls (bsc#1140491)
    Patch Instructions:
       To install this SUSE Security Update use the SUSE recommended installation methods
       like YaST online_update or "zypper patch".
       Alternatively you can run the command listed for your product:
       - SUSE Enterprise Storage 6:
          zypper in -t patch SUSE-Storage-6-2019-2994=1
    Package List:
       - SUSE Enterprise Storage 6 (noarch):
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