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Latest commit 165e710 @menivaitsi menivaitsi Merge pull request #1922 from obino/simplify-restore
Simplify restore logic.
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AppController Merge pull request #1922 from obino/simplify-restore
AppDB Merge branch 'master' of into ch…
AppDashboard Use file_suffix instead of hard-coded string
AppLoadBalancer Unified the make_call behavior across clients.
AppManager Have Monit properly check (via the port) that the appserver is running.
AppServer Disable certificate validation by default
AppServer_Java Increasing API file size limit from 1MB to 33MB. This allows larger e…
AppTaskQueue Use celery options %h instead of passing hostanme.
Hermes Fix Hermes unit tests
InfrastructureManager code review fixes
SearchService Added commit
XMPPReceiver Fixed nginx issue where it would be fatal, cleaned up ruby code to ma…
debian Remove the use of root RSA keys.
lib Merge pull request #1913 from menivaitsi/nc-logger
scripts Merge pull request #1903 from cdonati/fast-start-curl
.gitignore ignoring .idea files produced by rubymine
LICENSE Update copyright year
LICENSE.UCSB added ucsb license back in Update
RELEASE Merge pull request #1888 from menivaitsi/2.6.0
Rakefile Revert "Merge pull request #1746 from AppScale/revert-1745-master"
VERSION Version bumped to 2.6.0
Watchfile not having rakefile and watchfile look over neptune dir, since it no … Brokers and initial implementation of bulk add started, more tests. Allow fast-start to set email for admin. removed paths no longer valid
firewall.conf Don't remove access to celery/flower for now.


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