task • Expanded configuration to expose deeper settings for Docker flow runs • Enabled loading of additional repository files with
storage • Added documentation for querying account role based access control data • Added
to disable flow schedules when registered • Enabled recursive flow registration and builds through globs • Enabled calculation of evaluation parameters on the fly through new
parameter for the
task • Increased robustness of flow runs to connection errors through improved exception handling Special thanks to @Gabriel Montañola, @Nelson Griffiths, Pawel Janowski, @Yueh-Han, and @Chris Ottinger for contributing to these enhancements!
. • While registering very large flows, it was possible to see timeouts or incomplete registration. Now, flow edges and tasks are registered in batches allowing for much larger flows. • Agentless flow runs now receive the environment variables of the process that starts them; this makes agentless runs easier to use in production. •
support has been added to
will now ignore schedules on local flow runs by default and only a single run will be performed. A
flag was added if you’d like the command to go forever and run the flow on a schedule. • Several task library improvements have been made, including a new
task, improved logging in the AWS
task, improved runtime handling for MySQL Tasks, and updated authentication for the
task. • Log limits have been updated to reduce errors when many large logs are sent.Note that this release includes several breaking changes: • In a secure-by-default effort, services run by the
cli now listen to localhost by default and are not accessible from other machines; use
to allow connections from a remote location. • Prefect Server will need to be upgraded to version
before flows can be registered from this version of Core. Special thanks to Deepyaman Datta, Henri Hannetel, Johnny Tirado, @Kathryn Klarich, @Tenzin Choedak, and Vincent Xue for contributing to this release :thank-you:!