The 2023.02 tag has been pushed to master on git.lavasoftware.org.
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Changes in this release
## New device-types
New supported devices:
## Deploy and boot methods
Under some rare circumstances some FVP model can enter an infinite loop of
printing again and again the same lines. This was preventing LAVA to cleanup
correctly and was leaking a running model inside it's docker container.
Starting from this release, LAVA will cleanup the container correctly.
Distinguish between normal timeout and abnormal exit when running serial
## lava-dispatcher-host package
Add support to install and use `lava-dispatcher-host` on Ubuntu 20.10 and
22.04. Also fix device sharing on Debian Bookworm.
lava-publisher is now listening on /ws/v1/healthz endpoint and returns a 200
status code. This can be used to check lava-publisher health.
## LAVA events
websocket events are not authenticated. When connecting to the websocket
stream, you will only receive events for devices that you can access. Use
latest lavacli release to send authenticated websocket requests.
The performance of the server part has been improved on multiple pages.
the corresponding pages should be way quicker now.
Starting from 2023.02, LAVA will set a default value of 600 to
enabling persistent database connection. This is recommended by Django and
should improve the performances.
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