This is the second week for the main channel without an update. So, there will be restarts.
We probably will see an update to the RC and Snack channels. But, one will have to be at the Server-Scripting UG to get any clues.
A Midnight Clear – 03
The word from the meeting is the RC’s are getting an update with internal fixes… Simon Linden says they took out a large amount of logging code dealing with mesh. Like from back in the mesh-development days. Now that mesh mostly works, the logging is not needed.
Voice is a problem over on ADITI. They are working on that. The fix is in the pipeline.
There is some new code for region crossings. This code will limit the ‘prediction’ calcs and hopefully, reduce rubber banding. Simon doesn’t know which release will have that code. So, we likely won’t see this code until after the holidays. Continue reading →
Busy with RL last week and looks like this week. The Adobe updates that screwed things are not helping.
Costa Bella 4: Fountain
The main channel is getting an update to version #220.127.116.111081. This version is apparently the same as last week’s version 18.104.22.1680868, but with some fixes to the logging. That version was all Internal Changes.
Blue Steel and Le Tigre will update to version #18.11.01.521328, listed as about Land impact/streaming costs
Magnum gets version #18.11.01.521329, with Logging improvements and land impact/streaming costs
From the Server-Scripting UG I hear the Snack Channel will get an EEP update. Continue reading →
A roll was made to the main channel Tuesday, #18.10.04.520268. All internal fixes.
The three RC channels and Snack also got updates, #22.214.171.1240868 for Blue Steel. Le Tigre and Magnum were not ‘determined’ as to which version they would get. Snack is getting an EEP update, 126.96.36.1990844 (?).
There was some mix up in which version of EEP was going out. Some little glitch in operations gave Rider Linden an opportunity to get a newer version of EEP on Snack. So, the 520844 version is probably not the version rolling out. That the region Denby (URL) is running Second Life RC Snack 188.8.131.520891, is a good indication 520891 is the version actually rolled. With the EEP viewer you can see EEP on the main grid.
The main channel was updated to version #18.09.20.519894. This version contains code for the Bakes On Mesh feature. None of this update is going to be apparent to users. Sort of infrastructure only changes.
My home region on the main channel did get an update today and shows the above as the running version.
The three RC channels will get version #18.09.24.519940. This is only listed as having ‘Internal Changes’.
I missed the meeting today to have lunch with a friend. So, a bit short on hard news.
Navigator – EVO
The main viewer has upgraded to version 184.108.40.2069298. (Release Notes) Code name: Rakomelo. The previous update was in week #34.
There are some new features in this version; in People – Near By you can sort on recent arrivals, fixes group notices so – eliminating the behavior of if I sent one while you are writing one yours would be trashed, new server capabilities for fetching offline IM’s – this is supposed to make delivery more robust, and new capabilities for friend and group actions… So, is this the friends-list-not-sync’ing issue? Not sure… Continue reading →
Lots of interesting news and updates… I’ve combined information from the Third-Party Dev meeting and my regular Tuesday updates. There is normally about two working days between the Third-Party and Server-Scripting meetings. Not much changes in that time. So, I combined them.
The Forum Deploys post says the RC channel roll is to be determined. Rider Linden at the Server-Scripting UG says no RC packages are ready to roll out. We’ll find out Wednesday what actually happens.
He did however, provide a new server package update for EPP on the ADITI side.
He said, “It [EEP server update] will address some validations where FS had much larger ranges of values than the lab did.
I’ve dealt with a cloud speed issue that had annoyed me and I forgot to get in before we sent out the preview.”
Oz Linden at the Friday Third-Party Dev UG announced they will be turning off the UDP Asset Fetch API’s in January. Most viewers no longer use them. But, there may be one or two that do… These API’s do not pass through the CDN servers so are slower and add more load to the region and asset servers.
Simon Linden at the Sever-Scripting UG meeting said the RC roll is still undecided. That wasn’t noted in the Deploys thread. So…
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I am not sure, but I think the operating system of the simulators and backend machines have been being updated. Some feel this may have affected various HTTP connections. Simon Linden says this update includes lots of low level updates and changes. So, it is possible.
The main viewer is version 220.127.116.118593, since week #34.
Second Life Animesh Viewer version 18.104.22.1688949 – Last updated in week #35.
Second Life Bugsplat Viewer version 22.214.171.1249462 – Last updated in week #37. Continue reading →