[opscode-announce] Release Announcement: Open Source Chef Server 11.1.0

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  • Subject: [opscode-announce] Release Announcement: Open Source Chef Server 11.1.0
  • Date: Wed, 14 May 2014 22:22:53 -0000
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Hello Chefs,

We’re happy to announce the release of the Open Source Chef Server 11.1.0.

The MVP for this release goes to Jesse Nelson and Philip Hutchins for their help in tracking down and helping others work around CHEF-3921. Many thanks to both of you.

Obtaining the Release

The release can be downloaded from http://www.getchef.com/chef/install/

Highlights For This Release

  • IPv6 support
  • The chef-server-ctl upgrade command to make upgrading the server easier
  • Proxy/Firewall support for cookbook storage
  • An update to the depsolver to once again use Gecode, fixing depsolving issues that were seen by many
  • Many bug fixes

View the release notes and changelog for a full list of all the changes included in this release.

Release Notes and Changelog

The release notes, along with directions on how to use the new features and many more details, can be found here:


Please read the steps on how to use the new upgrade command, if you plan to use it.

The changelog for the release can be found here:


Mark Mzyk


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