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.NET Core March 2018 Update #1341

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leecow opened this Issue Mar 13, 2018 · 24 comments

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leecow commented Mar 13, 2018

The .NET Core March 2018 Update is available. This release includes:

  • .NET Core 1.0.10, 1.1.7 and .NET Core SDK 1.1.8
  • .NET Core 2.0.6 and .NET Core SDK 2.1.101

This release includes security fixes. You can read about the updates in the .NET Core release notes.

Please report any issues you find with the March 2018 Update, either responding to this issue, creating a new issue or creating a new issue in one of the following repos:

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XavierDa commented Mar 14, 2018

2.0.6 hosting packages seems to fail on my server. i got 0x80070001 incorrect function and in the logs i have :
[13E8:1018][2018-03-14T11:45:27]e000: Error 0x80070001: Failed to extract all files from container, erf: 1:2:0
[13E8:0DE0][2018-03-14T11:45:27]e000: Error 0x80070001: Failed to wait for operation complete.
[13E8:0DE0][2018-03-14T11:45:27]e000: Error 0x80070001: Failed to open container.
[13E8:0DE0][2018-03-14T11:45:27]e000: Error 0x80070001: Failed to open container: WixAttachedContainer.
[13E8:0DE0][2018-03-14T11:45:27]e312: Failed to extract payloads from container: WixAttachedContainer to working path: C:\Windows\Temp{0C5BEBA4-A477-414E-9BD5-B7FEE1F2A19C}\4813312A2F31CD01D00A0E9C533F14EA75763888, error: 0x80070001.
[13E8:13A0][2018-03-14T11:45:27]e000: Error 0x80070001: Cache thread exited unexpectedly.

Size seems awfully low (564kB) compared to 2.0.5 hosting (93157kB)

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BarakatAli commented Mar 14, 2018

Same issue here

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glat commented Mar 14, 2018

DotNetCore.2.0.6-WindowsHosting.exe does not include the AspNetCore 2.0.6 RuntimePackageStore but the 2.0.5 ones. Install manually the 2.0.6 ones.
@leecow Please check that file.

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fabiano commented Mar 14, 2018

@XavierDa Had the same problem dotnet/core-setup#3830.

Downloaded the file from my machine and was able to get the full file. Maybe some problem with the CDN.

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leecow commented Mar 14, 2018

We're looking into the hosting bundle issues. aspnet/AspNetCore#2954 (comment)

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leecow commented Mar 14, 2018

@fabiano - the bundle does not contain the 2.0.6 Runtime Package Store. We're in the process of rebuilding and testing the bundle and will update as soon as it's ready. aspnet/AspNetCore#2954 (comment)

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fabiano commented Mar 14, 2018

@leecow I saw the message from @Eilon. I'll wait for the fix. Thanks.

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DoCode commented Mar 14, 2018

@leecow What about the 2.1.0-preview1(2.1.300.8174) bits? Does this base also get an update?

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leecow commented Mar 14, 2018

@DoCode - 2.1.0 will be updated at the next preview release.

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yyjdelete commented Mar 15, 2018

Get an ERR_INVALID_RESPONSE when download DotNetCore.2.0.6-WindowsHosting.exe, it it already be removed?

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daniel-white commented Mar 15, 2018

I'm getting this when trying to build my docker manually. I'm guessing its all related:

The following packages have unmet dependencies:
dotnet-hosting-2.0.6-rtm-10011 : Depends: aspnetcore-store-2.0.6-rtm-10011 but it is not installable
E: Unable to correct problems, you have held broken packages.
The command '/bin/sh -c apt-get install -y dotnet-hosting-2.0' returned a non-zero code: 100

I'll manually point my build at 2.0.5 until this is resolved.

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vandreytrindade commented Mar 15, 2018

Getting error of file not found when trying to download DotNetCore.2.0.6-WindowsHosting.exe

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preetikr commented Mar 15, 2018

Thanks, for your patience on this. The issue with the DotNetCore 2.0.6 Hosting bundle is now resolved and you can download the updated file from here. Please note as part of the refresh we have changed the file name from DotNetCore.2.0.6-WindowsHosting.exe to DotNetCore.2.0.6-1-WindowsHosting.exe.

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IDisposable commented Mar 15, 2018

Added PR to correct internal link to fixes list in the release notes #1353

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fabiano commented Mar 16, 2018

Download and installed the latest version DotNetCore.2.0.6-1-WindowsHosting.exe without problems. Thank you all!

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benbenwilde commented Mar 16, 2018

We had problems running with System.Data.SqlClient version 4.4.0, getting a FileLoadException.
https://www.nuget.org/packages/System.Data.SqlClient

Upgrading the package to 4.4.3 fixed it.

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cocowalla commented Mar 29, 2018

This release includes security fixes. You can read about the updates in the .NET Core release notes.

No I can't - the release notes only go up to 2.0.5.

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dmumladze commented Apr 13, 2018

I'm trying to install only the hosting part for self-contained apps, and using the below command, but it installs the runtimes as well, which I do not want. Anything changed recently, how can I install only the hosting module part?

DotNetCore.2.0.6-1-WindowsHosting.exe OPT_INSTALL_LTS_REDIST=0 OPT_INSTALL_FTS_REDIST=0

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Eilon commented Apr 13, 2018

@joeloff - is this in your wheelhouse?

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joeloff commented Apr 13, 2018

@Eilon Yes.

@dmumladze The LTS/FTS options are only supported in the 1.x hosting bundle since there is no LTS/FTS designation for 2.x at this point.

We added better support in 2.1 for selecting separate items (runtime, shared framework and ANCM), but for 2.0 this is a known problem unfortunately.

The work-arounds are not that ideal:

  1. You can decompile and extract ANCM from the two hosting bundle
  2. You can take the 2.1 preview bundle and run it to only install ANCM. With the 2.1 bundle you can pass in OPT_NO_RUNTIME=1 OPT_NO_SHAREDFX=1 and that will only install ANCM for you.

@Eilon , @muratg we might want to look at back porting the 2.1 swithces to 2.0

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Eilon commented Apr 13, 2018

@joeloff - can you log an issue for that suggestion in the appropriate repo and tag me and @muratg in it.

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muratg commented Apr 13, 2018

@joeloff @Eilon I did (before seeing your comment)

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dmumladze commented Apr 13, 2018

@joeloff Unfortunately previews aren’t allowed in client’s production env as well as the runtime, so my only option is #1. Question: I can see three components installed from 2.0.* package, out of which, two are runtime x86 and x64, but can I remove them manually?

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leecow commented Jun 22, 2018

Closing as subsequent updates have been released.

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