VMware tc Server 5.0.7 | 27 NOV 2023
VMware tc Server 5.0.6 | 11 OCT 2023
VMware tc Server 5.0.5 | 10 OCT 2023
VMware tc Server 5.0.4 | 08 SEP 2023
VMware tc Server 5.0.3 | 22 AUG 2023
VMware tc Server 5.0.2 | 17 AUG 2023
VMware tc Server 5.0.1 | 20 JUN 2023
VMware tc Server 5.0.0 | 28 APR 2023
These release notes cover the following topics:
10.1.16.A.RELEASE, equivalent to Apache Tomcat 10.1.16
9.0.83.A.RELEASE, equivalent to Apache Tomcat 9.0.83
Deprecation Notice: The
list-runtimes and the
get-runtime commands usage of
Tanzu Network will be removed in tc Server 5.1.0. The recommendation is to download and install the tc Runtime manually. More information will be provided at a later date.
10.1.14.C.RELEASE, equivalent to Apache Tomcat 10.1.14 with the following addition:
9.0.81.D.RELEASE, equivalent to Apache Tomcat 9.0.81 with the following addition:
10.1.14.B.RELEASE, equivalent to Apache Tomcat 10.1.14 with the following addition:
9.0.81.B.RELEASE, equivalent to Apache Tomcat 9.0.81 with the following addition:
10.1.13.A.RELEASE, equivalent to Apache Tomcat 10.1.13
9.0.80.A.RELEASE, equivalent to Apache Tomcat 9.0.80
jmx-jaas-ssl templates were updated to include more properties for JMX configuration. Please see the
README.txt in the respective templates for details.
tcserver.default.propertieswhere the location of the file was incorrect
Please visit What's New in 5.0.0 for more detail on the 5.0.0 release.
This VMware tc Server release includes the following new features and changes:
tc Runtime 10.1.x
tcservercommand is 17.
JMX template changes
Our bundled tc Runtime version:
All CVEs (Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures) are registered with cve.mitre.org. Once the CVE information is released to the public, it can take some time before this site is updated with all the details. If you do not see the updated CVE information, please visit Apache Tomcat's Security pages for more detailed information about the CVE.
Here are the links to Apache Tomcat security and vulnerability details per release:
|N/A||The default OpenJDK build of Java 9 on Ubuntu is a non-GA version and will cause issues when running tc Server. Upgrade to a GA version of OpenJDK to resolve the issues.|
|tc Runtime||tc Runtime is the Apache Tomcat runtime binaries packaged for use by tc Server. See tc Server Versioning to understand the naming scheme.|
|Bundled tc Runtime||This is a tc Runtime that is packaged with the tc Server installation. For example tc Server 4.0.0 has tc Runtime 9.0.6.B.RELEASE bundled in the distribution.|
|On-demand tc Runtime||This is a tc Runtime that is available for download by using the
The tc Runtime version refers to the corresponding Apache Tomcat release. A letter is added to indicate whether additional patches not yet released by the Apache Software Foundation are applied.
tc Runtime 9.0.74.A.RELEASE is equivalent to Apache Tomcat 9.0.74.
tc Runtime 9.0.74.B.RELEASE is equivalent to Apache Tomcat 9.0.74 plus important bug fixes, enhancements, or security fixes. The letter could also refer to a pre-release of Apache Tomcat 9.0.34.
The letter is incremented (9.0.74.C.RELEASE, 9.0.74.D.RELEASE, and so on) if additional patches or security fixes are applied after a release is named and released.
See the Apache Tomcat changelogs for a list of improvements introduced by release: