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@lgtm-publisher lgtm-publisher released this Dec 16, 2020

LGTM Enterprise 1.26.0

We're very happy to announce the release of LGTM Enterprise 1.26.0. You can find details of what's new, installation instructions and documentation for this release at help.semmle.com. Please note that use of the LGTM Enterprise application requires a separate license agreement with GitHub.

For details of changes to the CodeQL analysis that LGTM uses to generate alerts, see the LGTM Enterprise 1.26 CodeQL release notes.

Debian/Ubuntu

LGTM Enterprise can be installed on one or more Debian or Ubuntu machines using the bundle of DEB files attached to this release. Debian 9, Ubuntu 16.04 and Ubuntu 18.04 are all officially supported.

CentOS/RedHat

LGTM Enterprise can be installed on one or more CentOS or RedHat machines using the bundle of RPM files attached to this release. CentOS 7 (>=7.4) and RedHat Enterprise Linux 7 (>=7.4) are both officially supported.

Additionally, if you are installing LGTM Enterprise on CentOS or RedHat machines without internet access, a bundle of third-party dependencies is also included.

Windows workers

You can run LGTM Enterprise workers on Windows using the Windows worker MSI provided for this release.

Amazon Web Services images

LGTM Enterprise is available as an AMI in the following regions:

  • ap-northeast-1: ami-0e257bfb10ba6c126
  • ap-northeast-2: ami-02b35c2f5f9461088
  • ap-south-1: ami-0fe55d5b0afe808e3
  • ap-southeast-1: ami-06d21c94b54465f98
  • ap-southeast-2: ami-04c1b4d1514d5e2e0
  • ca-central-1: ami-09a5cd3807258cf28
  • eu-central-1: ami-01ccf60df2eeff334
  • eu-north-1: ami-033fd1bbbdca56787
  • eu-west-1: ami-05f1929890dbcd8fa
  • eu-west-2: ami-0dd4eb64ce354ea33
  • eu-west-3: ami-0e2527fa26b3d8033
  • sa-east-1: ami-0ee35b7898c95bd32
  • us-east-1: ami-00addce01b0ea201d
  • us-east-2: ami-0055ce2d5fb3a79aa
  • us-west-1: ami-0e1d75e8e9b4b15ca
  • us-west-2: ami-00f99e55402172ddb

Helm (Kubernetes)

LGTM Enterprise can be installed to a Kubernetes cluster using a Helm chart.

Jira add-on

The LGTM Enterprise Jira add-on is available on the LGTM Enterprise Jira Add-on releases page.

CodeQL for LGTM Enterprise 1.26 users

When using CodeQL to create and analyze databases to use in LGTM Enterprise, it's important that the CodeQL components you use are compatible with your version of LGTM. For the 1.26 release (and future releases), we are making directly compatible CodeQL components available to LGTM Enterprise users.

CodeQL for VS Code

To ensure CodeQL databases downloaded from LGTM Enterprise 1.26 can be analyzed in CodeQL for VS Code, you should you clone the 1.26.0 branch of the starter workspace. Alternatively, you can clone the tag v1.26.0 in the CodeQL and CodeQL for Go repositories, and add them to an existing workspace. For more information see Setting up CodeQL in Visual Studio Code.

CodeQL CLI

To ensure that databases created using the CodeQL CLI can be uploaded to LGTM Enterprise 1.26, download version 2.3.4 of the CLI. Clone the tag v1.26.0 in the CodeQL and CodeQL for Go repositories if you want to include compatible analysis results with the databases you upload to LGTM Enterprise. For more information, see Getting started with the CodeQL CLI and Preparing CodeQL databases to upload to LGTM.

Google Compute Engine Image

LGTM Enterprise is available as a Google Compute Engine Image which can be deployed with Google Deployment Manager. You can use this Google Cloud Shell tutorial for deploying LGTM Enterprise on Google Cloud:

Open in Cloud Shell

If you wish to deploy the image manually it can be found at:

  • Project: lgtm-enterprise
  • Image ID: lgtm-enterprise-1-26-0

Azure Image

LGTM Enterprise is available as an Azure virtual machine image which can be deployed with Azure Resource Manager.

The controller can be deployed by using this template:
Deploy to Azure

Worker groups can be deployed by using this template:
Deploy to Azure

If you wish to deploy the image manually it can be found with the image reference github:lgtm-enterprise:lgtm-enterprise:1.26.0.

Release Notes

  • An issue where GitHub check runs would not be created correctly when the server timezone is not UTC has been fixed.
  • An issue where pull request comments would not be posted to GitHub has been fixed.
  • A log warning regarding the pull request converted_to_draft action has been fixed.
  • GitHub Apps support has been updated to account for upcoming changes to the GitHub Apps API.
  • A TLS error caused by using Java >= 1.8.0 update 272 has been fixed.
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@lgtm-publisher lgtm-publisher released this Sep 11, 2020

LGTM Enterprise 1.25.0

We're very happy to announce the release of LGTM Enterprise 1.25.0. You can find details of what's new, installation instructions and documentation for this release at help.semmle.com. Please note that use of the LGTM Enterprise application requires a separate license agreement with GitHub.

For details of changes to the CodeQL analysis that LGTM uses to generate alerts, see the LGTM Enterprise 1.25 CodeQL release notes.

Debian/Ubuntu

LGTM Enterprise can be installed on one or more Debian or Ubuntu machines using the bundle of DEB files attached to this release. Debian 9, Ubuntu 16.04 and Ubuntu 18.04 are all officially supported.

CentOS/RedHat

LGTM Enterprise can be installed on one or more CentOS or RedHat machines using the bundle of RPM files attached to this release. CentOS 7 (>=7.4) and RedHat Enterprise Linux 7 (>=7.4) are both officially supported.

Additionally, if you are installing LGTM Enterprise on CentOS or RedHat machines without internet access, a bundle of third-party dependencies is also included.

Windows workers

You can run LGTM Enterprise workers on Windows using the Windows worker MSI provided for this release.

Amazon Web Services images

LGTM Enterprise is available as an AMI in the following regions:

  • ap-northeast-1: ami-073c8dc062cbe7ea1
  • ap-northeast-2: ami-007e048c8dfdf063d
  • ap-south-1: ami-0262a09111923685b
  • ap-southeast-1: ami-0c35b3540948c0075
  • ap-southeast-2: ami-0c452fef7f6bb09fe
  • ca-central-1: ami-007648297acce6d37
  • eu-central-1: ami-04ccc8527c8900026
  • eu-north-1: ami-03372ffb9112c5834
  • eu-west-1: ami-0064f70c4828b193a
  • eu-west-2: ami-05a500b3f41cfea43
  • eu-west-3: ami-066e08d424be9dec3
  • sa-east-1: ami-087f60863f335963d
  • us-east-1: ami-09f5095052330b2d3
  • us-east-2: ami-0ad95425c358780d7
  • us-west-1: ami-07ff42aaf046cb668
  • us-west-2: ami-06d36b463f7f16bbc

Helm (Kubernetes)

LGTM Enterprise can be installed to a Kubernetes cluster using a Helm chart.

Jira add-on

The LGTM Enterprise Jira add-on is available on the LGTM Enterprise Jira Add-on releases page.

CodeQL for LGTM Enterprise 1.25 users

When using CodeQL to create and analyze databases to use in LGTM Enterprise, it's important that the CodeQL components you use are compatible with your version of LGTM. For the 1.25 release (and future releases), we are making directly compatible CodeQL components available to LGTM Enterprise users.

CodeQL for VS Code

To ensure CodeQL databases downloaded from LGTM Enterprise 1.25 can be analyzed in CodeQL for VS Code, you should you clone the 1.25.0 branch of the starter workspace. Alternatively, you can clone the tag v1.25.0 in the CodeQL and CodeQL for Go repositories, and add them to an existing workspace. For more information see Setting up CodeQL in Visual Studio Code.

CodeQL CLI

To ensure that databases created using the CodeQL CLI can be uploaded to LGTM Enterprise 1.25, download version 2.2.6 of the CLI. Clone the tag v1.25.0 in the CodeQL and CodeQL for Go repositories if you want to include compatible analysis results with the databases you upload to LGTM Enterprise. For more information, see Getting started with the CodeQL CLI and Preparing CodeQL databases to upload to LGTM.

Google Compute Engine Image

LGTM Enterprise is available as a Google Compute Engine Image which can be deployed with Google Deployment Manager. You can use this Google Cloud Shell tutorial for deploying LGTM Enterprise on Google Cloud:

Open in Cloud Shell

If you wish to deploy the image manually it can be found at:

  • Project: lgtm-enterprise
  • Image ID: lgtm-enterprise-1-25-0

Azure Image

LGTM Enterprise is available as an Azure virtual machine image which can be deployed with Azure Resource Manager.

The controller can be deployed by using this template:
Deploy to Azure

Worker groups can be deployed by using this template:
Deploy to Azure

If you wish to deploy the image manually it can be found with the image reference github:lgtm-enterprise:lgtm-enterprise:1.25.0.

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@lgtm-publisher lgtm-publisher released this Jul 18, 2020

LGTM Enterprise 1.24.1

We're very happy to announce the release of LGTM Enterprise 1.24.1. You can find details of what's new, installation instructions and documentation for this release at help.semmle.com. Please note that use of the LGTM Enterprise application requires a separate license agreement with GitHub.

Debian/Ubuntu

LGTM Enterprise can be installed on one or more Debian or Ubuntu machines using the bundle of DEB files attached to this release. Debian 9, Ubuntu 16.04 and Ubuntu 18.04 are all officially supported.

CentOS/RedHat

LGTM Enterprise can be installed on one or more CentOS or RedHat machines using the bundle of RPM files attached to this release. CentOS 7 (>=7.4) and RedHat Enterprise Linux 7 (>=7.4) are both officially supported.

Additionally, if you are installing LGTM Enterprise on CentOS or RedHat machines without internet access, a bundle of third-party dependencies is also included.

Windows workers

You can run LGTM Enterprise workers on Windows using the Windows worker MSI provided for this release.

Amazon Web Services images

LGTM Enterprise is available as an AMI in the following regions:

  • ap-northeast-1: ami-0f7583b370095c85b
  • ap-northeast-2: ami-081970c67e66a31d5
  • ap-south-1: ami-0e8f6ef45daa564d4
  • ap-southeast-1: ami-0c02220e4b94f0a86
  • ap-southeast-2: ami-0c6b58773c3a4ac96
  • ca-central-1: ami-002a87b352c9ac328
  • eu-central-1: ami-078a2bcd6bd7dba54
  • eu-north-1: ami-051ef93a9153fc9ca
  • eu-west-1: ami-06355a326fafe7805
  • eu-west-2: ami-0aeece1424eefdb13
  • eu-west-3: ami-086fec438add91447
  • sa-east-1: ami-02687206eb460595e
  • us-east-1: ami-0da5a6ab1881992ff
  • us-east-2: ami-0005d33ce473e2b1b
  • us-west-1: ami-0de0cae099e2a30db
  • us-west-2: ami-058db09b2f0c35d2d

Helm (Kubernetes)

LGTM Enterprise can be installed to a Kubernetes cluster using a Helm chart.

Jira add-on

The LGTM Enterprise Jira add-on is available on the LGTM Enterprise Jira Add-on releases page.

CodeQL for LGTM Enterprise 1.24 users

When using CodeQL to create and analyze databases to use in LGTM Enterprise, it's important that the CodeQL components you use are compatible with your version of LGTM. For the 1.24 release (and future releases), we are making directly compatible CodeQL components available to LGTM Enterprise users.

CodeQL for VS Code

To ensure CodeQL databases downloaded from LGTM Enterprise 1.24 can be analyzed in CodeQL for VS Code, you should you clone the 1.24.1 branch of the starter workspace. Alternatively, you can clone the tag v1.24.1 in the CodeQL and CodeQL for Go repositories, and add them to an existing workspace. For more information see Setting up CodeQL in Visual Studio Code.

CodeQL CLI

To ensure that databases created using the CodeQL CLI can be uploaded to LGTM Enterprise 1.24, download version 2.1.4 of the CLI. Clone the tag v1.24.1 in the CodeQL and CodeQL for Go repositories if you want to include compatible analysis results with the databases you upload to LGTM Enterprise. For more information, see Getting started with the CodeQL CLI and Preparing CodeQL databases to upload to LGTM.

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@lgtm-publisher lgtm-publisher released this May 26, 2020

LGTM Enterprise 1.24.0

We're very happy to announce the release of LGTM Enterprise 1.24.0. You can find details of what's new, installation instructions and documentation for this release at help.semmle.com. Please note that use of the LGTM Enterprise application requires a separate license agreement with GitHub.

Debian/Ubuntu

LGTM Enterprise can be installed on one or more Debian or Ubuntu machines using the bundle of DEB files attached to this release. Debian 9, Ubuntu 16.04 and Ubuntu 18.04 are all officially supported.

CentOS/RedHat

LGTM Enterprise can be installed on one or more CentOS or RedHat machines using the bundle of RPM files attached to this release. CentOS 7 (>=7.4) and RedHat Enterprise Linux 7 (>=7.4) are both officially supported.

Additionally, if you are installing LGTM Enterprise on CentOS or RedHat machines without internet access, a bundle of third-party dependencies is also included.

Windows workers

You can run LGTM Enterprise workers on Windows using the Windows worker MSI provided for this release.

Amazon Web Services images

LGTM Enterprise is available as an AMI in the following regions:

  • ap-northeast-1: ami-04a0ed9eff33996cf
  • ap-northeast-2: ami-08176d3c2eaec84e5
  • ap-south-1: ami-07113d84c6f74edcf
  • ap-southeast-1: ami-0012ab0456cda35dc
  • ap-southeast-2: ami-09c6995cefbeef6e5
  • ca-central-1: ami-0e85501eabb34de27
  • eu-central-1: ami-0b1efb2091d5f9b13
  • eu-north-1: ami-0a3854dce18cc2186
  • eu-west-1: ami-0a2b8a0e1be3ce720
  • eu-west-2: ami-0ec686031c795e8e9
  • eu-west-3: ami-0dc9fec0355b59b75
  • sa-east-1: ami-0e18db615a551b5cc
  • us-east-1: ami-0d7881484ceb1929f
  • us-east-2: ami-0dc345aaa0e07f6ae
  • us-west-1: ami-030d64e94d73881d7
  • us-west-2: ami-0047b14e5bbe47b1d

Helm (Kubernetes)

LGTM Enterprise can be installed to a Kubernetes cluster using a Helm chart.

Jira add-on

The LGTM Enterprise Jira add-on is available on the LGTM Enterprise Jira Add-on releases page.

CodeQL for LGTM Enterprise 1.24 users

When using CodeQL to create and analyze databases to use in LGTM Enterprise, it's important that the CodeQL components you use are compatible with your version of LGTM. For the 1.24 release (and future releases), we are making directly compatible CodeQL components available to LGTM Enterprise users.

CodeQL for VS Code

To ensure CodeQL databases downloaded from LGTM Enterprise 1.24 can be analyzed in CodeQL for VS Code, you should you clone the 1.24.0 branch of the starter workspace. Alternatively, you can clone the tag v1.24.0 in the CodeQL and CodeQL for Go repositories, and add them to an existing workspace. For more information see Setting up CodeQL in Visual Studio Code.

CodeQL CLI

To ensure that databases created using the CodeQL CLI can be uploaded to LGTM Enterprise 1.24, download version 2.1.4 of the CLI. Clone the tag v1.24.0 in the CodeQL and CodeQL for Go repositories if you want to include compatible analysis results with the databases you upload to LGTM Enterprise. For more information, see Getting started with the CodeQL CLI and Preparing CodeQL databases to upload to LGTM.

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@lgtm-publisher lgtm-publisher released this Apr 10, 2020

LGTM Enterprise 1.23.2

We're very happy to announce the release of LGTM Enterprise 1.23.2. You can find details of what's new, installation instructions and documentation for this release at help.semmle.com. Please note that use of the LGTM Enterprise application requires a separate license agreement with GitHub.

Debian/Ubuntu

LGTM Enterprise can be installed on one or more Debian or Ubuntu machines using the bundle of DEB files attached to this release. Debian 9, Ubuntu 16.04 and Ubuntu 18.04 are all officially supported.

CentOS/RedHat

LGTM Enterprise can be installed on one or more CentOS or RedHat machines using the bundle of RPM files attached to this release. CentOS 7 (>=7.4) and RedHat Enterprise Linux 7 (>=7.4) are both officially supported.

Additionally, if you are installing LGTM Enterprise on CentOS or RedHat machines without internet access, a bundle of third-party dependencies is also included.

Windows workers

You can run LGTM Enterprise workers on Windows using the Windows worker MSI provided for this release.

Amazon Web Services images

LGTM Enterprise is available as an AMI in the following regions:

  • ap-northeast-1: ami-0a0e33dfd72f84181
  • ap-northeast-2: ami-0d831771bc8665aa3
  • ap-south-1: ami-0bdd3386da4a0c147
  • ap-southeast-1: ami-07f4a1178c7d9898c
  • ap-southeast-2: ami-0bc800fcd499fc517
  • ca-central-1: ami-03fc8c8f6ae10af7d
  • eu-central-1: ami-05c87eab08642b870
  • eu-north-1: ami-045b65f5a2ae0738d
  • eu-west-1: ami-09de6e1b6c35d9698
  • eu-west-2: ami-096a807b4d4f0c0a4
  • eu-west-3: ami-05f6c474a4ae511a2
  • sa-east-1: ami-0ca4593f22cf67af2
  • us-east-1: ami-0ad8acaac4d3c5926
  • us-east-2: ami-05f52b6cf0b65ca32
  • us-west-1: ami-0aebc85dfa6d3a1cf
  • us-west-2: ami-0faf59956096c38e0

Helm (Kubernetes)

LGTM Enterprise can be installed to a Kubernetes cluster using a Helm chart.

Jira add-on

The LGTM Enterprise Jira add-on is available on the LGTM Enterprise Jira Add-on releases page.

CodeQL for LGTM Enterprise 1.23 users

When using CodeQL to create and analyze databases to use in LGTM Enterprise, it's important that the CodeQL components you use are compatible with your version of LGTM. For the 1.23 release (and future releases), we are making directly compatible CodeQL components available to LGTM Enterprise users.

CodeQL for VS Code

To ensure CodeQL databases downloaded from LGTM Enterprise 1.23 can be analyzed in CodeQL for VS Code, you should clone the 1.23.2 branch of the starter workspace. Alternatively, you can clone the branches tagged v1.23.2 in the CodeQL and CodeQL for Go repositories, and add them to an existing workspace. For more information see Setting up CodeQL in Visual Studio Code.

CodeQL CLI

To ensure that databases created using the CodeQL CLI can be uploaded to LGTM Enterprise 1.23, download version 2.0.1 of the CLI from the CodeQL CLI releases page. Clone the branches tagged v1.23.2 in the CodeQL and CodeQL for Go repositories if you want to include compatible analysis results with the databases you upload to LGTM Enterprise. For more information, see Getting started with the CodeQL CLI and Preparing CodeQL databases to use with LGTM Enterprise.

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@lgtm-publisher lgtm-publisher released this Feb 11, 2020

LGTM Enterprise 1.23.1

We're very happy to announce the release of LGTM Enterprise 1.23.1. You can find details of what's new, installation instructions and documentation for this release at help.semmle.com. Please note that use of the LGTM Enterprise application requires a separate license agreement with GitHub.

Debian/Ubuntu

LGTM Enterprise can be installed on one or more Debian or Ubuntu machines using the bundle of DEB files attached to this release. Debian 9, Ubuntu 16.04 and Ubuntu 18.04 are all officially supported.

CentOS/RedHat

LGTM Enterprise can be installed on one or more CentOS or RedHat machines using the bundle of RPM files attached to this release. CentOS 7 (>=7.4) and RedHat Enterprise Linux 7 (>=7.4) are both officially supported.

Additionally, if you are installing LGTM Enterprise on CentOS or RedHat machines without internet access, a bundle of third-party dependencies is also included.

Windows workers

You can run LGTM Enterprise workers on Windows using the Windows worker MSI provided for this release.

Amazon Web Services images

LGTM Enterprise is available as an AMI in the following regions:

  • ap-northeast-1: ami-0db29f929d299255a
  • ap-northeast-2: ami-053ac9595ffeb7036
  • ap-south-1: ami-089186c7f8e11451f
  • ap-southeast-1: ami-03070aa3b21af9ea5
  • ap-southeast-2: ami-0685f5e8614e49a7b
  • ca-central-1: ami-086ba0da84e596efd
  • eu-central-1: ami-0675c30dc45937fa7
  • eu-north-1: ami-0633023ee1dd586fa
  • eu-west-1: ami-02bd4a8b10c55755a
  • eu-west-2: ami-08b14fcb79cff6508
  • eu-west-3: ami-0454b087e8d51d4a1
  • sa-east-1: ami-08d3643763b0d166f
  • us-east-1: ami-031c6864c89cdb66e
  • us-east-2: ami-070f86e5723f2d206
  • us-west-1: ami-0a9716b2fc10a480e
  • us-west-2: ami-02f543bf1228a4528

Helm (Kubernetes)

LGTM Enterprise can be installed to a Kubernetes cluster using a Helm chart.

Jira add-on

The LGTM Enterprise Jira add-on is available on the LGTM Enterprise Jira Add-on releases page.

CodeQL for LGTM Enterprise 1.23 users

When using CodeQL to create and analyze databases to use in LGTM Enterprise, it's important that the CodeQL components you use are compatible with your version of LGTM. For the 1.23 release (and future releases), we are making directly compatible CodeQL components available to LGTM Enterprise users.

CodeQL for VS Code

To ensure CodeQL databases downloaded from LGTM Enterprise 1.23 can be analyzed in CodeQL for VS Code, you should clone the 1.23.1 branch of the starter workspace. Alternatively, you can clone the branches tagged v1.23.1 in the CodeQL and CodeQL for Go repositories, and add them to an existing workspace. For more information see Setting up CodeQL in Visual Studio Code.

CodeQL CLI

To ensure that databases created using the CodeQL CLI can be uploaded to LGTM Enterprise 1.23, download version 2.0.1 of the CLI from the CodeQL CLI releases page. Clone the branches tagged v1.23.1 in the CodeQL and CodeQL for Go repositories if you want to include compatible analysis results with the databases you upload to LGTM Enterprise. For more information, see Getting started with the CodeQL CLI and Preparing CodeQL databases to use with LGTM Enterprise.

Known Issues

  • As of 2020-04-06 the PostgreSQL Yum repository package has moved. The installer will not be able to automatically install it for you if it is missing when installing LGTM Enterprise on RedHat or CentOS. This can be worked around by running sudo yum install -y https://download.postgresql.org/pub/repos/yum/reporpms/EL-7-x86_64/pgdg-redhat-repo-latest.noarch.rpm on the database host before installing LGTM Enterprise.
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@lgtm-publisher lgtm-publisher released this Jan 15, 2020

LGTM Enterprise 1.23.0

We're very happy to announce the release of LGTM Enterprise 1.23.0. You can find details of what's new, installation instructions and documentation for this release at help.semmle.com. Please note that use of the LGTM Enterprise application requires a separate license agreement with GitHub.

Debian/Ubuntu

LGTM Enterprise can be installed on one or more Debian or Ubuntu machines using the bundle of DEB files attached to this release. Debian 9, Ubuntu 16.04 and Ubuntu 18.04 are all officially supported.

CentOS/RedHat

LGTM Enterprise can be installed on one or more CentOS or RedHat machines using the bundle of RPM files attached to this release. CentOS 7 (>=7.4) and RedHat Enterprise Linux 7 (>=7.4) are both officially supported.

Additionally, if you are installing LGTM Enterprise on CentOS or RedHat machines without internet access, a bundle of third-party dependencies is also included.

Windows workers

You can run LGTM Enterprise workers on Windows using the Windows worker MSI provided for this release.

Amazon Web Services images

LGTM Enterprise is available as an AMI in the following regions:

  • ap-northeast-1: ami-00f9a2adf0aff8b24
  • ap-northeast-2: ami-0f96f2cfdfef05b96
  • ap-south-1: ami-04035bd9c0f84b8b3
  • ap-southeast-1: ami-0d3b5c3778cce526d
  • ap-southeast-2: ami-03536ceeaa7ddd0eb
  • ca-central-1: ami-0e2a394c82ed524b6
  • eu-central-1: ami-03d150c8edd34aeff
  • eu-north-1: ami-0c373a93a031808d6
  • eu-west-1: ami-08ea2a1d9f2d8643e
  • eu-west-2: ami-0c8e2f01a200ed543
  • eu-west-3: ami-0541ccbf54b8290aa
  • sa-east-1: ami-080e5a215dbf758eb
  • us-east-1: ami-0c06744737a9fb155
  • us-east-2: ami-0ef13f6043c4a0c69
  • us-west-1: ami-086ddd26c2e786cb8
  • us-west-2: ami-0e1e84ebe54d51735

Helm (Kubernetes)

LGTM Enterprise can be installed to a Kubernetes cluster using a Helm chart.

Jira add-on

The LGTM Enterprise Jira add-on is available on the LGTM Enterprise Jira Add-on releases page.

CodeQL for LGTM Enterprise 1.23 users

When using CodeQL to create and analyze databases to use in LGTM Enterprise, it's important that the CodeQL components you use are compatible with your version of LGTM. For the 1.23 release (and future releases), we are making directly compatible CodeQL components available to LGTM Enterprise users.

CodeQL for VS Code

To ensure CodeQL databases downloaded from LGTM Enterprise 1.23 can be analyzed in CodeQL for VS Code, you should clone the 1.23.0 branch of the starter workspace. Alternatively, you can clone the branches tagged v1.23.0 in the CodeQL and CodeQL for Go repositories, and add them to an existing workspace. For more information see Setting up CodeQL in Visual Studio Code.

CodeQL CLI

To ensure that databases created using the CodeQL CLI can be uploaded to LGTM Enterprise 1.23, download version 2.0.1 of the CLI from the CodeQL CLI releases page. Clone the branches tagged v1.23.0 in the CodeQL and CodeQL for Go repositories if you want to include compatible analysis results with the databases you upload to LGTM Enterprise. For more information, see Getting started with the CodeQL CLI and Preparing CodeQL databases to use with LGTM Enterprise.

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@henti henti released this Jan 15, 2020

Version 1.22 of LGTM Enterprise was initially released on August 29, 2019. Version 1.22.2 was released October 25, 2019. It is provided here to allow you to upgrade through successive n.n versions to the latest version. For more information, see Upgrading LGTM Enterprise. For details of the features added in version 1.22, see the What's new page. For details of changes made in the n.n.n maintenance releases, see the Release notes.

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@henti henti released this Jan 15, 2020 · 1 commit to master since this release

Version 1.21 of LGTM Enterprise was initially released on July 1, 2019. Version 1.21.1 was released July 22, 2019. It is provided here to allow you to upgrade through successive n.n versions to the latest version. For more information, see Upgrading LGTM Enterprise. For details of the features added in version 1.21, see the What's new page. For details of changes made in the 1.21.1 maintenance release, see the Release notes.

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