Funnelback patch 15.12.0.29

  • Released: 2019-02-04

  • Applies to: v15.12.0

  • Internal reference: RNDSUPPORT-2852 APD-3739 APD-3922 FUN-12143

Description

Improves the Accessibility Auditor historical data storage. The data is stored in less space while also being significantly faster when storing and retrieving data. The Accessibility Auditor historical data APIs are also improved to reduce the amount of memory needed to help reduce the chance of 'OutOfMemoryError' exceptions from being thrown. The Accessibility Auditor historical data will be automatically moved to the new storage format when Jetty is restarted (one collection at a time) or on the first Accessibility Auditor historical data API request.

The default timeout for 'push.scheduler.delay-between-meta-dependencies-runs' has been increased to '1200' (20 minutes). This has been increased to reduce the frequency at which Accessibility Auditor historical data is recorded. This option will need to be overridden if meta collections containing push collections need a smaller delay in updating the spelling index and auto completion.

Affected files

  • conf/collection.cfg.default

  • lib/java/all/funnelback-common.jar

  • web/webapps/funnelback-admin-api.war

Deployment

  • (Windows) Stop currently running crawls.

  • Stop the Jetty web server and the Funnelback daemon.

  • Deploy the provided files on top of an existing install, backing up all replaced files.

  • Start the Jetty web server and the Funnelback daemon.

  • 15.12.0.21 The conf/<collection>/custom_gather.groovy of each Facebook collection that are failing to update due to Facebook API changes should be updated to have the content provided in share/custom_collection_templates/custom_gather.groovy.facebook. The customer will need to provide a never-expiring page access token to replace the app access token. Instructions on getting a never-expiring page access token can be found in the Funnelback Community Knowledgebase.