PfSense 2.3.3-RELEASE Now Available!
Ecnerwal last edited by
Oddity - I upgraded one of my two systems to 2.3.3-release and it has been saying it’s on the latest version.
Today I noticed that it’s saying:
built on Thu Feb 16 06:59:53 CST 2017
The system is on a later version than
the official release.
Which puzzles me, rather.
arnoldo0945 last edited by
pfSense4ME last edited by
Here’s what I can’t understand…
Previously when a version of pfSense reached release status, the version that was listed as a development snapshot was retired and moved to the retired section. pfSense 2.3.3 has been released for some time now but the 2.3.3 Development Snapshots still remain in the pfSense English Support. Is pfSense 2.3.3 released or still beta?
Not trying to cause a war, I’m just curious and confused.
2.3.3 has been released, which is obvious given we announced that publicly on the download page, blog, forum, social media, everywhere.
We just forgot to move and lock the board. That’s been done now.
JorgeOliveira last edited by
I’ve noticed 2.3.3-RELEASE-p1 has been released, but the GitHub repositories do not yet have a tag for that version.
Please fix! Thanks.
kpa last edited by
Not sure why you need the tag but this is probably the commit:
phil.davis last edited by
On my 2.3.3-p1 test VM:
[2.3.3-RELEASE][root@pfSense.localdomain]/root: cat /etc/version.lastcommit 5aa1ac92fddc845eb69d2283a5378b6231b4d1d6
So the actual last commit is:
Is it happens, there was a commit which was added then reverted after the one that @kpa has pointed to. So both tag points would make effectively the same code base.
The tag was done locally but hadn’t been pushed out yet. It’s there now: https://github.com/pfsense/pfsense/tree/v2.3.3_1