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The Azure Service Fabric 7.1 second refresh release includes bug fixes, and performance enhancements for standalone, and Azure environments has started rolling out to the various Azure regions. The updates for .NET SDK, Java SDK and Service Fabric Runtime is available through Web Platform Installer, NuGet packages and Maven repositories in 7-10 days within all regions.
- Service Fabric Runtime
- Windows – 7.1.428.9590
- Ubuntu – 7.1.428.1
- Service Fabric for Windows Server Service Fabric Standalone Installer Package – 7.1.428.9590
- .NET SDK
- Windows .NET SDK – 4.1.428
- Microsoft.ServiceFabric – 7.1.428
- Reliable Services and Reliable Actors – 4.1.428
- ASP.NET Core Service Fabric integration – 4.1.428
- Java SDK – 1.0.6
Potential 7.1 Deployment Failures:
- Cause: SF 7.1 introduced a more rigorous validation of security settings; in particular, requiring that settings ClusterCredentialType and ServerAuthCredentialType have matching values. However, existing clusters may have been created with ‘x509’ for the ServerAuthCredentialType and ‘none’ for the ClusterCredentialType.
- Impact: In the case mentioned above, attempting an upgrade to SF71CU1 will cause the upgrade to fail.
- Workaround: No workaround exists for this issue, as the ClusterCredentialType is immutable. If you are in this situation, please continue using SF70 until the SF71CU2 release becomes available.
For more details, please read the release notes.
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