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Acquia Cloud 1.76

Acquia Cloud 1.76

Mon, 14 Apr 2014

This release (deployed on Acquia Cloud on April 14, 2014 and on Acquia Cloud Enterprise on April 16, 2014) includes the following new enhancements and bug fixes:

  • Upgraded nginx to version 1.4 for improved performance and security

    The Acquia Cloud platform uses nginx as its load balancer. All Acquia Cloud load balancers will be upgraded to version 1.4. When a site's nginx load balancer is upgraded, it will not handle page requests for a period from a few seconds up to a minute. Acquia Cloud's Varnish layer will continue to handle cached, anonymous traffic that doesn't require HTTPS.

  • Upgraded PHP 5.5 to version 5.5.10

    The version of PHP 5.5 installed on Acquia Cloud is now version 5.5.10. See the PHP change log for more information.

  • Retrieve your web server's region using a new environment variable

    A new environment variable, AH_CURRENT_REGION, specifies the region in which the web server processing the current request is running. This can be helpful for Acquia Cloud Enterprise sites with a multi-region configuration if you have code that needs to be aware of which region the server is in. Learn more about Acquia Cloud environment variables.

  • Upgraded TraceView to the latest versions

    The TraceView packages installed on Acquia Cloud have been upgraded to the latest versions. For more information, see Adding valuable services to your site and the TraceView website.

Acquia Cloud 1.75.2

Acquia Cloud 1.75.2

Tue, 08 Apr 2014

In response to the Heartbleed security vulnerability, Acquia immediately patched all affected servers across the Acquia Cloud platform and related products. The maintenance to protect sites on Acquia Cloud, Acquia Cloud Enterprise, Acquia Cloud Site Factory and all other Acquia products against this vulnerability has been completed.

To fully protect your sites that use SSL against this vulnerability, you must rekey or replace your SSL certificates and upload them to your Acquia Cloud sites. This is the only way to ensure that your private keys are secure. For information about how to do this, see Rekeying an SSL certificate on the Adding HTTPS (SSL) support to your website page.

Sites that do not use SSL do not need to take any further action.

For more information, see Heartbleed (CVE-2014-0160) on Acquia Cloud.

Acquia Cloud 1.75.1

Acquia Cloud 1.75.1

Wed, 19 Mar 2014

This release includes the following new enhancement:

  • Acquia Cloud Free now supports PHP 5.5

    You can now choose to use PHP 5.5 for Acquia Cloud Free environments, so that you can develop and test your site on the latest stable release of PHP. Acquia Cloud paid subscriptions already had this ability. Learn more.

Acquia Cloud 1.75

Acquia Cloud 1.75

Mon, 17 Mar 2014

This release (deployed on Acquia Cloud on March 17, 2014 and on Acquia Cloud Enterprise on March 26, 2014) includes the following new enhancements and bug fixes:

  • Upgraded PHP 5.5 to version 5.5.9

    The version of PHP 5.5 installed on Acquia Cloud is now version 5.5.9. See the PHP change log for more information.

  • Upgraded the default Drush version to Drush 6

    The default version of Drush on Acquia Cloud has been upgraded to Drush 6 from Drush 4. Drush 6 is a significant improvement to Drush and includes major new features and many bug fixes. For example, with Drush 6, you can now request Drush output in easily-parsed formats like json, csv, ini, etc. For more information, see the Drush 5 and Drush 6 release notes.

    Most Drush scripts and cron jobs will continue to work with Drush 6 without any changes. However, if your cron jobs, Cloud Hooks, or other scripts rely on Drush 4, or if you are unsure whether they do or not, you can edit your scripts to continue using Drush 4 by replacing the command drush with the command drush4 (or any other version of Drush). For information about how to use different versions of Drush, see About Drush on Acquia Cloud. For information about updating your cron jobs, see Using Cron to schedule tasks.

  • SSH to a specific environment and use its PATH and variables

    When you SSH to an Acquia Cloud site, you can now connect to a specific environment and take advantage of that environment's PATH and other environment variables. Among other things, this means that if you've set a particular PHP version in an environment, when you SSH to that environment, you'll be using that PHP version as the default. Learn more.

  • Fixed an issue with file permissions for user-uploaded files, which on rare occasions for a small subset of customers caused files in the Drupal files directories to become unreadable by the web server.
Acquia Cloud 1.74.3

Acquia Cloud 1.74.3

Wed, 26 Feb 2014

This release includes the following new enhancement:

  • Added a MySQL slow queries graph to help you improve website performance

    The Cloud > Servers page now displays a graph of slow database queries. Viewing trends in the frequency of slow database queries can help you identify opportunities to improve your website's performance. Learn more.

    MySQL slow query graph

Acquia Cloud 1.74.2

Acquia Cloud 1.74.2

Mon, 03 Feb 2014

This release, deployed on February 3, 2014, includes the following new enhancement:

  • Acquia Cloud Free users can free up disk space by erasing databases

    Acquia Cloud Free users can now erase their databases using the Cloud > Workflow page. This can be useful if you want to wipe your account clean and start again with a fresh Drupal installation. Learn more.

Acquia Cloud 1.74.1

Acquia Cloud 1.74.1

Mon, 27 Jan 2014

This release, deployed on January 27, 2014, includes the following new enhancements and bug fixes:

  • PHP 5.5 now available

    You can now select PHP 5.5 as the PHP version for any of your Acquia Cloud environments. PHP 5.5 is the latest stable version of PHP. PHP 5.5 is not available for Acquia Cloud Free. For more information, see Configuring PHP settings

  • OPcache opcode cache used in PHP 5.5

    When you select PHP 5.5 as your PHP version, the PHP opcode cache is OPcache, rather than APC. OPcache is a core component of PHP 5.5 and is recommended over APC when used with PHP 5.5. It provides better performance and is better supported than APC.

  • Configure PHP settings per environment

    You can configure PHP maximum execution time, PHP memory limit, and PHP opcode cache size on a per-environment basis. For more information, see Configuring PHP settings.

  • Times in cron configuration are now displayed as UTC

    When you set a time in cron configuration, the time is displayed as UTC time zone. Formerly, it was GMT. Using UTC results in more consistency with the behavior of the Acquia Cloud platform.

  • Configure Varnish over SSL for better performance

    You can now configure any of your environments so that SSL traffic uses Varnish Cache. Greater use of Varnish Cache provides better performance for your sites. For more information, see Using Varnish.

  • Fixed a bug with Acquia Cloud Free PHP version selection

    Formerly, Acquia Cloud Free users could select a different PHP version in the Cloud > Workflow page, but this would result in an error. Now, Acquia Cloud Free environments always use the latest Acquia Cloud version of PHP 5.3 and the PHP version cannot be changed by users, unless you upgrade to a paid Acquia Cloud subscription.

Acquia Cloud 1.74

Acquia Cloud 1.74

Mon, 20 Jan 2014

This release (deployed on Acquia Cloud on January 22, 2014 and on Acquia Cloud Enterprise from January 28 - 29, 2014) includes the following new enhancements and bug fixes:

  • Upgraded Varnish Cache to 3.0.5

    This release includes an upgrade of Varnish Cache, the reverse HTTP proxy Acquia Cloud uses, to version 3.0.5 from version 3.0.3. The newer version includes several bug fixes and other improvements, including a fix for a security issue. See the Varnish Cache 3.0.4 and 3.0.5 release notes. For more information, see Using Varnish.

    As part of the upgrade, we will restart Varnish Cache. The restart should take less than a minute; however, since the restart results in clearing all entries from the cache, some sites may experience slower response times until the cache is refilled.
  • Upgraded PHP to 5.3.28

    For Acquia Cloud sites that are using PHP 5.3 and have selected the latest, rather than the stock version (PHP 5.3.2), the PHP version has been upgraded to 5.3.28. See the PHP 5.3.28 release notes. For more information about PHP versions, see Configuring your environments.

  • PHP extensions previously available for your site are now available on the command line too

    Acquia Cloud has been updated so that PHP extensions available for web requests are also available on the command line. For more information, see Acquia Cloud technology platform and supported software.

  • Added Pspell spell checker library

    Pspell, a PHP spell checker library based on the GNU Aspell library, has been installed on Acquia Cloud. This provides spell checking support for the TinyMCE editor, which was formerly provided by the discontinued Google spell check service. If you are using TinyMCE, you can add Pspell spell checking by downloading the spellchecker plug-in and installing and enabling it, as described in the TinyMCE documentation.

  • PHP version for environment now applies to cron commands and Cloud Hooks

    The PHP version set for an Acquia Cloud environment is now used for cron commands and Cloud Hooks you run for that environment. This makes it easier to ensure that you're using the same version of PHP in different contexts. Formerly, you may have needed to set the PHP version explicitly to make sure the appropriate PHP version was used. For more information about setting PHP versions, see Configuring your environments. For more information about cron, see Using Cron to schedule tasks. For more information about Cloud Hooks, see Automating with Cloud Hooks.

  • Upgraded version of Drush 6

    The version of Drush 6 has been updated Drush to 6.2.0 from Drush 6.1.0. For more information, see the Drush 6 release notes.

  • New subscriptions use Ubuntu 12.04 LTS (Precise Pangolin)

    The operating system for new Acquia Cloud standard subscriptions created after the Acquia Cloud 1.74 release is Ubuntu 12.04 LTS (Precise Pangolin). For more information, see Acquia Cloud technology platform and supported software.

  • Fixed the following bugs:
    • PHP command line memory limit for PHP 5.3 is now 512 MB

      Fixed a bug that caused the default PHP CLI memory limit for PHP 5.3 to be 128 MB, instead of 512 MB (CL-6325).

    • /etc/mime.types file is now readable

      Fixed a bug that caused the /etc/mime.types file to not be readable. (CL-6779).

Anticipated downtime

This release features an update to Acquia PHP 5.3 which will require your Apache web server(s) to restart, causing a very brief period of downtime (up to a minute).

Upcoming feature change

In an upcoming release, we plan to change the default version of Drush on Acquia Cloud to Drush 6 from Drush 4. Drush 6 is a significant improvement to Drush and includes major new features and many bug fixes. For example, with Drush 6, you can now request Drush output in easily-parsed formats like json, csv, ini, etc. For more information, see the Drush 5 and Drush 6 release notes.

Most Drush scripts and cron jobs will continue to work with Drush 6 without any changes. However, if your cron jobs, Cloud Hooks, or other scripts rely on Drush 4, or if you are unsure whether they do or not, you can edit your scripts to continue using Drush 4 by replacing the command drush with the command drush4 (or any other version of Drush). You can also test your scripts before the default version changes by editing them to use the command drush6. For information about how to use different versions of Drush, see About Drush on Acquia Cloud. For information about updating your cron jobs, see Using Cron to schedule tasks.

Acquia Cloud 1.73

Acquia Cloud 1.73

Wed, 04 Dec 2013

This release (deployed on Acquia Cloud on December 4, 2013 and on Acquia Cloud Enterprise on December 9, 2013) includes the following new enhancements and bug fixes:

  • Upgraded New Relic to version 4

    The version of New Relic available on Acquia Cloud has been upgraded to New Relic 4. The upgraded version of New Relic includes performance and and stability improvements. Learn more in the New Relic release notes.

    Learn more about using New Relic with Acquia Cloud.

  • Upgraded PHP to 5.3.27 and 5.2.17
    • For Acquia Cloud sites that are using PHP 5.3 and have selected the latest, rather than the stock version (PHP 5.3.2), the PHP version is now 5.3.27. See the PHP 5.3.27 release notes.
    • For Acquia Cloud sites that are using PHP 5.2 and have selected the latest, rather than the stock version (PHP 5.2.4), the PHP version is now 5.2.17. See the PHP 5.2.17 change log.

    For more information about PHP versions, see Configuring your environments.

  • Sticky Sessions module to solve upload issue on Acquia Cloud Enterprise

    A Drupal contrib module, Acquia Cloud Sticky Sessions, has been released to resolve issues some Acquia Cloud Enterprise sites had where large files uploaded with modules like Plupload would fail because chunks of the upload were sent to different servers by load balancing. If you are an Acquia Cloud Enterprise customer who has experienced this problem, use the Acquia Cloud Sticky Sessions module. Learn more.

Upcoming feature change

In the next major release, we plan to change the default version of Drush on Acquia Cloud to Drush 6 from Drush 4. Drush 6 is a significant improvement to Drush and includes major new features and many bug fixes. For example, with Drush 6, you can now request Drush output in easily parsed formats like json, csv, ini, etc. For more information, see the Drush 5 and Drush 6 release notes.

Most Drush scripts and cron jobs will continue to work with Drush 6 without any changes. However, if your cron jobs, Cloud Hooks, or other scripts rely on Drush 4, or if you are unsure whether they do or not, you can edit your scripts to continue using Drush 4 by replacing the command drush with the command drush4 (or any other version of Drush). You can also test your scripts before the default version changes by editing them to use the command drush6. For information about how to use different versions of Drush, see About Drush on Acquia Cloud. For information about updating your cron jobs, see Using Cron to schedule tasks.

Acquia Cloud 1.72 additional note

Acquia Cloud 1.72 additional note

Mon, 25 Nov 2013

The Acquia Cloud 1.72 release includes the following new enhancement:

Enabling device-based redirects to support mobile websites

Acquia Cloud customers with separate mobile and regular websites can now enable redirection of requests to the appropriate site, based on device detection. You can implement this feature by editing your sites' .htaccess files. This feature was previously available only to Acquia Cloud Enterprise customers with dedicated load balancers and required setup by the Acquia Operations team, but is now a feature any Acquia Cloud customers can implement themselves. For more information, see Enabling device-based redirects.

Acquia Cloud 1.72

Acquia Cloud 1.72

Tue, 12 Nov 2013
  • Acquia Cloud —November 12, 2013
  • Acquia Cloud Enterprise — November 18, 2013

The Acquia Cloud 1.72 release includes the following new enhancements and bug fixes:

  • Cloud API method to enable or disable live development

    You can now enable or disable live development on an Acquia Cloud environment using a new method in the Cloud API and in the Drush Cloud command line API.

  • Git upgraded to a newer version

    The version of Git on the Acquia Cloud platform has been upgraded to Git 1.8.4.1. Among other advantages, the upgraded version of Git includes git subtree, which enables more flexible merging strategies. Learn more about git subtree.

  • Acquia Cloud Free can use interactive SSH

    Customers with Acquia Cloud Free subscriptions can now use interactive SSH to access their server, just like customers with paid Acquia Cloud subscriptions.

  • Resolved issue

    Acquia Cloud did not load custom Drush aliases from the $HOME/.drush folder. (CL-6116).

Upcoming changes

Upcoming change to MySQL stored procedures, triggers, and functions on Acquia Cloud Enterprise non-production environments

In an upcoming release, Acquia Cloud environments will become more consistent with production and provide a more high-availability (HA) database by no longer supporting database stored procedures, triggers or functions. Existing database stored procedures, triggers and functions will still work, but creating or updating them will result in an error. This change will make Acquia Cloud non-production environments behave consistently with the existing behavior of Acquia Cloud production environments. For more information, see Problems using MySQL stored procedures, triggers, and functions.

Acquia Cloud 1.71.3

Acquia Cloud 1.71.3

Tue, 05 Nov 2013

The Acquia Cloud 1.71.3 release includes the following new enhancement:

  • Easier Drupal installation.

    The Cloud > Workflow page has been enhanced to make it easier to install a variety of Drupal distributions on Acquia Cloud sites. You can install many popular Drupal distributions with just a couple of clicks, or install any distribution at all by entering the URL of the download or make file.

Acquia Cloud 1.71.2

Acquia Cloud 1.71.2

Sun, 27 Oct 2013
The Acquia Cloud 1.71.2 release includes the following new enhancements:
  • Faster code deployment and configuration changes.

    We have significantly improved the performance of the Acquia Cloud platform when you are deploying code commits and making site configuration changes.

Acquia Cloud 1.71.1

Acquia Cloud 1.71.1

Thu, 10 Oct 2013

The Acquia Cloud 1.71.1 release includes the following new enhancements:

  • Improved server usage statistics make it easier to see if you need to scale your server.

    The Cloud > Servers page displays a richer set of data for Acquia Cloud standard servers, including current CPU, memory, and disk storage usage and graphs of historical usage. Learn more. Note that this feature does not apply to Acquia Cloud Enterprise or Acquia Cloud Free subscriptions. For more information, see Managing disk storage for Acquia Cloud Free.

    Server data

  • You can increase your disk storage using the UI.
    Acquia Cloud standard customers can increase the amount of disk storage available to their sites using the Upgrade link on the Cloud > Servers page. Note that this feature is not available for Acquia Cloud Free subscriptions. Learn more. If your website runs on Acquia Cloud Enterprise, Acquia manages your servers for you, including your disk storage allocation.
  • New Relic was upgraded.

    The version of New Relic available on Acquia Cloud has been upgraded to New Relic 3. The upgraded version of New Relic includes performance and stability improvements, as well as several new features, including:

    • Drupal module monitoring, including detailed analysis of Views and module hooks.
    • Key transaction support.
    • Improved Real User Monitoring.
    • Reporting on the 50 most frequently called functions and the 50 slowest functions for individual requests.
    • Support for Acquia Cloud shared Development and Staging environments. Formerly, to use New Relic on Acquia Cloud Development and Staging environments, you needed to have dedicated Dev and Staging environments.

    Learn more about using New Relic with Acquia Cloud.

Acquia Cloud 1.71

Acquia Cloud 1.71

Wed, 09 Oct 2013
  • Acquia Cloud — October 9, 2013
  • Acquia Cloud Enterprise — October 14, 2013

The Acquia Cloud 1.71 release includes the following new enhancements and bug fixes:

  • aGov Drupal distribution

    You can now install the aGov Drupal distribution from the Cloud > Workflow page. The aGov distribution is a Drupal 7 distribution developed specifically for Australian government organizations, large and small, local, state, or federal.

  • Upgraded Drush versions

    Drush 7 is now available on Acquia Cloud servers. The version of Drush 6 that was previously available has been upgraded to Drush 6.0.0. Drush 5 and Drush 4 (the default version) also remain available.

Acquia Cloud 1.70.2

Acquia Cloud 1.70.2

Wed, 18 Sep 2013

The Acquia Cloud 1.70.2 release includes the following new feature and enhancements:

  • New Workflow page

    The Workflow page in the Cloud user interface has been redesigned to provide faster page load and a new look and feel. The drag-and-drop features have not been changed. Here's the new look:

    The new Cloud Workflow page

    In the new design:

    • The gear menu has been replaced with a more conventional drop-down menu.
    • In the Code element, to select tags and branches to deploy, you use a code select button which launches in a separate dialog, improving page load time.

      Workflow code selector button

    • You can download database backups directly from the DB (database) element in an environment.
    • If your Prod environment is in production mode, it's indicated with a lock icon.

    For more details, read Managing your workflow and related topics in the Acquia Cloud documentation.

Acquia Cloud 1.70.1

Acquia Cloud 1.70.1

Thu, 12 Sep 2013

The Acquia Cloud 1.70.1 release includes the following new features and enhancements:

Acquia Cloud 1.70

Acquia Cloud 1.70

Tue, 10 Sep 2013
  • Acquia Cloud — September 10, 2013
  • Acquia Cloud Enterprise — September 12, 2013

The Acquia Cloud 1.70 release includes the following new enhancements and bug fixes:

  • Increased disk storage quotas for Acquia Cloud Free

    The disk storage limits for newly created Acquia Cloud Free subscriptions have been increased from 250 MB to 500 MB for each of code, files, and database storage. Learn more about Acquia Cloud Free.

  • HTTP Authorization header is now included for PHP-CGI

    If using PHP 5.2 or PHP 5.3.2 (Stock), the HTTP Authorization header is now included for HTTP responses. If using PHP 5.3 with PHP-FPM, there is no change because the HTTP Authorization header is already included. Learn more about setting PHP versions.

Acquia Cloud 1.69.4

Acquia Cloud 1.69.4

Tue, 03 Sep 2013

The Acquia Cloud 1.69.4 release includes the following new bug fix:

  • Fixed an issue with PHP-FPM on PHP 5.3 that caused the APC opcode cache to perform badly and sometimes become corrupt when new code was deployed. Now, the APC opcode cache is flushed whenever new code is deployed. (CL-5734)
Acquia Cloud 1.69.3

Acquia Cloud 1.69.3

Thu, 29 Aug 2013

The Acquia Cloud 1.69.3 release includes the following new bug fix:

  • Fixed an issue that caused downloads of large files (over a GB) to fail. For more information, see About files. (CL-5701).
Acquia Cloud 1.69.2

Acquia Cloud 1.69.2

Wed, 28 Aug 2013

You can create new subscriptions in Singapore

When you create a new Acquia Cloud standard subscription, you select a region for the location of your servers. You can now select one of the United States, Europe, Australia, or Singapore.

Acquia Cloud 1.69.1

Acquia Cloud 1.69.1

Thu, 22 Aug 2013

The Acquia Cloud 1.69.1 release includes the following new enhancements and bug fixes:

Live development

  • When you enable live development for an environment, you cannot import an existing website into that environment. Disable live development before you import.

  • Fixed a bug that prevented users from installing a Drupal distribution in any environment when one of the environments had enabled live development. Now, users are only prevented from installing Drupal in an environment if that environment has enabled live development.

Acquia Cloud 1.68.1

Acquia Cloud 1.68.1

Tue, 30 Jul 2013

The Commerce Kickstart Drupal distribution is now available for one-click installation from the Cloud > Workflow page.

Acquia Cloud 1.68

Acquia Cloud 1.68

Mon, 29 Jul 2013
  • Acquia Cloud — July 29, 2013
  • Acquia Cloud Enterprise — July 31, 2013

The Acquia Cloud 1.68 release includes the following new enhancements and bug fixes:

  • Varnish cache enhancements.

    Acquia Cloud uses Varnish Cache, a reverse caching proxy. The more requests served from Varnish rather than from the Apache server and Drupal, the faster the performance of your website. The Acquia Cloud 1.68 release includes these enhancements that will result in more requests being served from Varnish:

    • Improved logic of session cookie detection in Varnish.

      Acquia Cloud now more accurately identifies session cookies to ensure that requests don't unnecessarily bypass the Varnish cache.

    • Improved handling of static assets and 301 redirects with Varnish.

      The Varnish cache on Acquia Cloud now caches responses with HTTP 301 redirects for a minimum of 15 minutes. It also now strips the session cookie for requests to static assets that are not in the Drupal private file system, so that they can be served from the cache if present.

  • Installed oauth PECL library on web nodes.

    All Acquia Cloud web servers now include the oauth PECL library. OAuth is an authorization protocol that enables applications to securely access data without having to store usernames and passwords. The oauth PECL library provides an API for fetching and serving OAuth protected resources.

  • Installed libjpeg-progs on web nodes.

    All Acquia Cloud web servers now include libjpeg-progs, a package for manipulating JPEG files (converting files to and from JPEG format, transforming JPEG files, and manipulating the EXIF orientation tag).

  • Removed write access for php.ini.

    Users no longer have write access to the php.ini files on Acquia Cloud servers.

Fixed the following bug:

  • Drupal watchdog log download failed.

    Attempting to download the Drupal watchdog log from the Cloud > UI page failed. The log was available from the command line. (CL-5082)

Acquia Cloud 1.67

Acquia Cloud 1.67

Wed, 26 Jun 2013
  • Acquia Cloud — June 26, 2013
  • Acquia Cloud Enterprise — July 1, 2013

The Acquia Cloud 1.67 release includes the following new enhancements and bug fixes:

  • Upgraded sites using PHP 5.3 to version 5.3.26.

    Sites that have selected the stock version (PHP 5.3.2) are unaffected. For more information about PHP versions, see Configuring your environments.

  • Drush 6 available (beta).

    Drush 6 is installed on all Acquia Cloud servers. Specify that you want to use Drush 6 (rather than the default version, which is currently Drush 4) by including the version number in your Drush commands. For example: drush6 @mysite.prod status. For more information, see About Drush on Acquia Cloud.

  • Improved the ClamAV update process.

    We improved the update process for ClamAV to better keep virus definitions up to date. For more information, see Enabling virus scanning for file uploads.

Acquia Cloud 1.66.3

Acquia Cloud 1.66.3

Mon, 03 Jun 2013

The Acquia Cloud 1.66.3 release includes the following new enhancement:

  • New server type available: m1.medium.

    A new Acquia Cloud server type is available, m1.medium, with 2 ECU and 3.75 GB RAM. For more information, see About Acquia Cloud billing.

Acquia Cloud 1.66.2

Acquia Cloud 1.66.2

Wed, 29 May 2013

The Acquia Cloud 1.66.2 release includes the following new enhancements:

  • Back up all databases in an environment.

    When you back up your Acquia Cloud databases using the gear menu in the Cloud > Workflow page, you now have the option to select all of the databases in an environment and back them all up with a single action. For more information, see Backing up your site.

  • Clear Varnish caches for all domains in an environment.

    When you clear the Varnish cache for a domain using the gear menu in the Cloud > Workflow page, you now have the option to select all of the domains in an environment and clear the Varnish cache for all of them with a single action. For more information, see Using Varnish.

Acquia Cloud 1.66.1

Acquia Cloud 1.66.1

Fri, 17 May 2013

The Acquia Cloud 1.66.1 release includes the following new enhancements:

  • Activity notifications.

    The Acquia Network now notifies you of activities on your websites, so you can keep track of events and changes. The notification icon in the Network header displays the number of notifications and gives you access to detailed information about Insight alerts and events in the Cloud user interface, such as code deployments, domain changes, and user changes. For more information, see Viewing activity notifications.

  • Easier to connect Acquia Cloud sites to the Acquia Network for analysis.

    Now when you install or import a website that contains the latest version of the Acquia Network Connector module (7.x-2.10), Acquia Cloud will now automatically connect your site to the Acquia Network. For example, if you install the Acquia Drupal or Drupal Commons distribution, which both include the latest Acquia Network connector module, the module will be automatically configured with the keys required to connect your site to the Acquia Network.

  • New guides to walk you through common Acquia Cloud tasks.

    The Acquia Cloud user interface now includes click-through guides to show you, step by step, how to use Acquia Cloud to accomplish several important website management tasks. In the Acquia Cloud user interface, click Show me how to get started.

  • Show me how

  • Managing disk storage for Acquia Cloud Frees.

    Acquia Cloud Frees are limited to 250 Mb of disk storage. Websites that exceed the storage limit will stop working. If you have a Acquia Cloud Free, the Cloud > Workflow page now displays what portion of your website's 250 MB disk storage quota you are using, and displays a message if you exceed the limit.

  • When a website has reached the disk storage limit, Acquia Cloud periodically clears disk storage space that is no longer being used by the database. To free up disk space to go below these limits, see Managing disk storage for Acquia Cloud Frees .

  • Some Drupal distributions no longer available for one-click installation.

    The following Drupal distributions are no longer available for installation from the Cloud > Workflow page:

    • Acquia Drupal 6
    • Drupal 6 core
    • Open Scholar

    You can still use other methods to import any Drupal 5+ Drupal distribution into Acquia Cloud.

Acquia Cloud 1.66

Acquia Cloud 1.66

Wed, 15 May 2013
  • Acquia Cloud — May 15, 2013
  • Acquia Cloud Enterprise — June 3, 2013

Anticipated downtime

None.

The Acquia Cloud 1.66 release includes the following new enhancements and bug fixes:

  • Upgraded sites using PHP 5.3 to version 5.3.25.

    Sites that have selected the stock version (PHP 5.3.2) are unaffected. For more information about PHP versions, see Configuring your environments.

  • Fixed the following issues:
    • Logs can once again be downloaded from the Cloud > Logs page.
    • Eliminated a warning message for PHP 5.2 users that Suhosin is deprecated.
    • Eliminated the cause of a warning message stating "apc.shm_size now uses M/G suffixes."
Acquia Cloud 1.65

Acquia Cloud 1.65

Mon, 06 May 2013

Anticipated downtime

As part of this release, each version control server will require a few minutes of downtime. This will prevent customers from making new commits or changing their deployed code for the duration of the downtime. These events will be scheduled and announced in advance.

The Acquia Cloud 1.65 release includes the following new enhancements and bug fixes:

  • Upgraded PHP to version 5.3.24.

    This version is used for Acquia Cloud sites that are using PHP 5.3 and have selected the latest, rather than the stock version (PHP 5.3.2). For more information about PHP versions, see Configuring your environments.

  • Improvements to database operations.

    Various database backup, copy, and restore operations are now much faster.

  • Upgraded TraceView to version 0.4

    TraceView is now supported with all versions of PHP on all platforms. For more information, see Adding valuable services to your site and the TraceView website.

  • Bug fixes:
    • Fixed a bug that prevented server resizes from succeeding for Acquia Cloud standard. (CL-4703)
    • Fixed a bug that prevented downloads of very large database backups or log files from the Cloud UI. (CL-4275)
    • Fixed a bug that caused some failed database migration tasks to erroneously report success. (CL-4637)
    • Fixed a bug that caused some Acquia Cloud standard sites to deploy up to an hour late when their server was relaunched using the Cloud UI.
    • Fixed problems that occurred for Acquia Cloud Enterprise sites when using the Cloud > Workflow page to copy files between environments in different AWS regions.
    • When deleting Git branches and tags using git push, you no longer receive an error message. (CL-4720)
Acquia Cloud 1.64.3

Acquia Cloud 1.64.3

Tue, 23 Apr 2013

The Acquia Cloud 1.64.3 release includes the following new enhancement:

  • Servers on Ubuntu 8.04 (Hardy Heron) must upgrade to Ubuntu 10.04 (Lucid Lynx) by May 2013

    Acquia Cloud servers run on the Ubuntu distribution of Linux. Servers created since May 2012 run on Ubuntu version 10.04 (Lucid Lynx). Older servers may run on Ubuntu version 8.04 (Hardy Heron). As of May 2013, Canonical, the developers of Ubuntu, will no longer be supporting Ubuntu version 8.04. As a result, it is important that all Acquia Cloud servers be upgraded to the newer Ubuntu version 10.04.

    Acquia will upgrade servers for affected Acquia Cloud Enterprise customers. Other affected Acquia Cloud customers will need to upgrade their own servers at a time of their choosing before May 3, 2013. Since this upgrade contains significant security fixes, Acquia will perform rolling upgrades on all sites that have not already upgraded by Friday, May 3, 2013. The upgrades will begin on May 5 at 6PM EDT and continue through May 10th at 8PM EDT. We strongly suggest you perform the upgrade at your convenience prior to May 3, 2013.

    For more information, see Upgrading your server.

Acquia Cloud 1.64.2

Acquia Cloud 1.64.2

Wed, 10 Apr 2013

The Acquia Cloud 1.64.2 release includes the following new enhancement:

  • Enhanced protection for Prod database.

    Once your website is live, it is generally not a good practice to copy a database into the Prod environment. To reduce the chance that you may do so inadvertently, on the Cloud > Workflow page, if you drag and drop a database into the Prod environment, you must enter the word CONFIRM before you can complete the database copy operation. For more information, see Managing your databases.

Acquia Cloud 1.64.1

Acquia Cloud 1.64.1

Mon, 01 Apr 2013

The Acquia Cloud 1.64.1 release includes the following new enhancements and bug fixes:

  • Enhanced tools for managing your databases.

    The Cloud > Databases page has been redesigned and includes enhanced tools for managing your databases. You can now delete databases from this page, as well as add, back up, and restore databases. For more information, see Managing your databases and Backing up your site.

  • Fixed a bug to improve how long database names are displayed on the Cloud > Workflow page (NN-3936)
Acquia Cloud 1.64

Acquia Cloud 1.64

Thu, 21 Mar 2013
  • Acquia Cloud: Mar. 21
  • Acquia Cloud Enterprise: Mar. 25

The Acquia Cloud 1.64 release includes the following new enhancements and bug fixes:

  • Improved performance and behavior of syncing files between environments (Dev, Stage, and Prod)

    When you copy a site's files from one environment to another (using either the Cloud > Workflow page or the Cloud API), the files are now merged from the source environment to the target environment, so files present in the target but not the source are preserved. Previously, the files were mirrored from source to target and any files in target environment but not in the source environment would be lost.

  • Choose the PHP version used by each environment (Beta).

    You can enable PHP 5.3 (currently 5.3.20) or PHP 5.2 (currently 5.2.17) on a per-environment basis. This feature is in limited beta release. Contact Acquia Customer Support if you are interested in trying this feature. For more information, see Configuring your environments.

  • Commits to SVN tags are not automatically deployed.

    If you use SVN as your version control system and you commit code to a tag that is deployed on an Acquia Cloud environment, the committed changes will not be deployed to that environment. Instead, commit the changes to a branch and deploy a new tag. Alternatively, just deploy a branch in the environment, and then commits to the branch will be deployed automatically.

  • Use the Cloud API to move domains between environments.

    The Cloud API now includes a method to move domains between environments. For more information, see the Cloud API Reference.

  • Task nickname required for the Cloud > Cron page

    When you create a task on the Cloud > Cron page, entering a nickname for the task is now required. For more information, see Using Cron to schedule tasks.

  • Fixed the following bug:

    • Enabling Live Development no longer fails for sites that have committed a sites/*/files directory to their repository. (CL-3303)
Acquia Cloud 1.63.3

Acquia Cloud 1.63.3

Tue, 19 Mar 2013

The Acquia Cloud 1.63.3 release includes the following new enhancements and bug fixes:

  • Self-service subscription cancellation

    You can now cancel your Acquia Cloud subscription in the Acquia Network interface, rather than needing to contact Acquia Customer Support. For more information, see About Acquia Cloud billing: Cancellation.

  • Fixed the following issues:
    • Some cron frequency ranges not interpreted correctly.

      Some valid regex specifications on the Cloud > Cron page were not interpreted correctly and either were reported as invalid or triggered on the wrong days. (NN-4045)

    • Improved validation when adding domains on the Cloud > Domains page. (NN-3607)

Acquia Cloud 1.63.2

Acquia Cloud 1.63.2

Fri, 08 Mar 2013

The Acquia Cloud 1.63.2 release includes the following new enhancements:

  • Set local time zones for the Cloud > Workflow task log and Backups page

    You can now specify your local time zone, and that time zone will be used for timestamps on the Cloud > Workflow task log and the Cloud > Backups page.

    To set your time zone:

  1. Go to https://network.acquia.com/user and click the Edit tab.
  2. Scroll down to Locale settings and select your time zone.
  3. Click Submit (even if your time zone was already selected).
  4. Wait about 2 minutes for the time zone selection to sync back to the Cloud > Workflow and Backups pages.
Acquia Cloud 1.63.1

Acquia Cloud 1.63.1

Wed, 27 Feb 2013

The Acquia Cloud 1.63.1 release includes the following new enhancements:

  • Updates to Cloud > Workflow task log

    The task log on the Cloud > Workflow page has been modified.

    • An icon now indicates the task status (success, in progress, error, etc.).
    • The task ID is now in the details view.
    • The details view now shows an ID for the user that initiated the task and the start and completion times.
    For more information, see Viewing tasks.
Acquia Cloud 1.63

Acquia Cloud 1.63

Wed, 13 Feb 2013

The Acquia Cloud 1.63 release includes the following new features and enhancements:

  • Changes to SSL/HTTPS behavior

    When SSL is activated for your site, your site gets a new domain name derived from the name of its Amazon Elastic Load Balancer. The fully-qualified domain name (FQDN) changes from an A Record with its former IP address to a CNAME record with the ELB domain name.

    The task for activating SSL on the Cloud > Workflow task log will now show as done only when the new domain name resolves correctly.

    For more information, see Adding HTTPS (SSL) support to your website.

  • PHP_CodeSniffer installed on Acquia Cloud servers

    The PHP_CodeSniffer PEAR package is installed on all Acquia Cloud servers. PHP_CodeSniffer is a development tool you can use to detect violations of coding standards in your code.

  • Cache clears when you install a new Drupal distribution or import a site archive

    When you install a new Drupal distribution or import a site archive into an Acquia Cloud site environment, the Varnish cache is cleared for all of the environment's domains.

  • New Cloud API commands

    The Cloud API and Drush Cloud APIs include new commands for adding and removing databases and for getting information about servers.

Acquia Cloud 1.62.1

Acquia Cloud 1.62.1

Fri, 01 Feb 2013

You can create new subscriptions in Australia

When you create a new Acquia Cloud subscription, you select a region for the location of your servers. You can now select one of the United States, Europe, or Australia.

Acquia Cloud 1.62

Acquia Cloud 1.62

Mon, 21 Jan 2013
  • Jan. 21: Dev Cloud release
  • Jan. 23: Managed Cloud release

The Acquia Cloud 1.62 release includes the following bug fix:

  • Migrating from SVN to Git

    If you migrated your version control system from SVN to Git, your site deployed the Git repo master branch, rather than waiting for you to select a specific branch to deploy. This bug has been fixed and migration from SVN to Git should now work as intended. (CL-4048)

Acquia Cloud 1.61

Acquia Cloud 1.61

Mon, 17 Dec 2012
  • Dec. 17: Dev Cloud release
  • Dec. 19: Managed Cloud release

The Acquia Cloud 1.61 release includes the following enhancement:

  • Drush 5 updated to version 5.8

    Drush 5 running on Acquia Cloud servers is updated to version 5.8. The default version of Drush is still Drush 4; in the near future, the default version will become Drush 5. For more information, see About Drush on Acquia Cloud.

Acquia Cloud 1.60

Acquia Cloud 1.60

Mon, 29 Oct 2012
  • Oct. 29: Dev Cloud release
  • Oct. 31: Managed Cloud release

The Acquia Cloud 1.60 release includes the following new features and enhancements:

  • zsh and tcsh installed

    The zsh and tcsh Unix shells are now installed on all servers.

  • New Relic updated

    Acquia Cloud servers running on Ubuntu 10.04 (Lucid) now have an updated version of New Relic, 2.9.5.78. Read more about New Relic.

  • Varnish 3 support

    Varnish 3 is now available as an upgrade for Managed Cloud customers with dedicated load balancers.

  • Security upgrade

    We have updated the SSL configuration to prevent BEAST attacks against Acquia origin servers.

  • New commands in Drush Cloud and Cloud API to download database backups and manage domains.

    Drush Cloud and the Cloud API have new commands:

    • ac-database-backup-download
    • ac-domain-list
    • ac-domain-add
    • ac-domain-delete
    • ac-domain-purge

    For more information, see the Drush Cloud reference and the Cloud API reference.

  • Fixed the following issues:
    • Git-based code deployments of new branches and tags in an environment are faster. (CL-3004)
    • Cloud API/Drush Cloud command for purging domain names from Varnish fails.
    • Varnish does not properly pass cookies to the back end on HitPass.
    • MySQL slow query log generation can fail on some servers.
Acquia Cloud 1.59.3

Acquia Cloud 1.59.3

Tue, 09 Oct 2012

The Acquia Cloud 1.59.3 release has been updated with the following new feature:

  • Download MySQL slow query logs

    You can now download your website's MySQL slow query logs from the Cloud > Logs page. By analyzing the slow query log, you can identify database-related issues that may be impairing your website's performance. For more information, read Downloading your slow query log.

Acquia Cloud 1.59.2

Acquia Cloud 1.59.2

Fri, 05 Oct 2012

The Acquia Cloud 1.59 release has been updated with the following bug fix:

  • Internal task notifications were displayed on Cloud > Workflow page

    The Tasks table on the Cloud > Workflow page was displaying notifications of internal tasks that are not significant to users. These excess task notifications are no longer displayed. (CL-3498)

Acquia Cloud 1.59

Acquia Cloud 1.59

Thu, 13 Sep 2012
  • Sep 13: Dev Cloud release
  • Sep 19: Managed Cloud release

The Acquia Cloud 1.59 release includes the following new features and enhancements:

  • New database import command in Drush

    There is a new Drush command, ah-db-import, which you can use to import databases in Acquia Cloud. You should use ah-db-import and not the old command, ah-import-db, if you want to import a database with Drush. For more information about using ah-db-import, read Importing your database.

  • XHProf is now installed on all web servers

    All Acquia Cloud web servers now include XHProf, a hierarchical profiler for PHP that you can use to evaluate the performance of your website. Be sure to disable XHProf when you're not actively evaluating your website, as the tool uses additional server resources and can adversely affect your site's performance. For more information about XHProf, see the XHProf Readme and Using XHProf with Acquia Cloud.

  • ack is now installed on all web servers

    All Acquia Cloud web servers now include ack-grep, the Ubuntu package of ack, an alternative to grep. Read more about ack.

  • AH_* environment variables available

    Code deployed in Acquia Cloud can take advantage of four environment variables. These variables make it easier to write code that is responsive to the environment the code is running in. The variables are:

    • AH_SITE_GROUP
    • AH_SITE_ENVIRONMENT
    • AH_PRODUCTION
    • AH_NON_PRODUCTION

    These environment variables are also available in Drush commands in Acquia Cloud. For examples of how to use these environment variables, read Using environment variables in Drupal code and Drush commands.

Acquia Cloud - 25 August 2012 release

Acquia Cloud - 25 August 2012 release

Sat, 25 Aug 2012

Acquia Cloud was updated on August 25 with the following new features and enhancements:

  • Domain commands in the Cloud API

    The Acquia Cloud API includes a new set of commands you can use to add, retrieve, remove, and purge the Varnish cache for domain names on Acquia Cloud sites. For more information, read Developing with Cloud API and the Acquia Cloud API Reference.

  • Fixed the following issue:

    Cloud > Statistics page missing data (CL-3151)

    The Cloud > Statistics page stopped gathering data on July 20. Statistics are now again being gathered and displayed. Statistics for the period July 20 - August 13, 2012 will not be available.

Acquia Cloud 1.58.1

Acquia Cloud 1.58.1

Sat, 25 Aug 2012

Acquia Cloud was updated on August 25 with the following new features and enhancements:

  • Domain commands in the Cloud API

    The Acquia Cloud API includes a new set of commands you can use to add, retrieve, remove, and purge the Varnish cache for domain names on Acquia Cloud sites. For more information, read Developing with Cloud API and the Acquia Cloud API Reference.

  • Fixed the following issue:

    Cloud > Statistics page missing data (CL-3151)

    The Cloud > Statistics page stopped gathering data on July 20. Statistics are now again being gathered and displayed. Statistics for the period July 20 - August 13, 2012 will not be available.

Acquia Cloud - 26 July 2012 release

Acquia Cloud - 26 July 2012 release

Thu, 26 Jul 2012

Acquia Cloud was updated on July 26 with the following new features and enhancements:

  • Command-line PHP extensions are now available

    The installation of PHP on all Acquia Cloud servers now includes the following extensions for use from the command line:

    • imageick
    • ldap
    • mcrypt
    • mssql
    • sqlite
    • tidy
    • uploadprogress
    • xdebug
    • xdebug_settings
    • xsl
    These extensions were previously available only for CGI use.

  • Fixed the following issue:

    Importing websites into Acquia Cloud now preserves settings for database table prefixes (CL-2291)

    If you had configuration settings in your settings.php file for table prefixes in your website's databases, these settings were lost when you imported your site into Acquia Cloud and the website would not work after it was imported. These table prefix configuration settings are now preserved, and website imports no longer fail as a result.

Acquia Cloud - 26 June 2012 release

Acquia Cloud - 26 June 2012 release

Tue, 26 Jun 2012

Acquia Cloud was updated on June 26th with the following new features and enhancements:

  • Cloud API commands to manage SSH keys and SVN users

    The Acquia Cloud API includes new commands you can use to manage a site's SSH keys (for Git repositories and shell access) and SVN users (for SVN repositories). The new commands enable you to add, delete, info, and list SSH keys or SVN users. For more information, read Developing with Cloud API, the Acquia Cloud API reference, and the Drush Cloud reference.

Acquia Cloud - 22 June 2012 release

Acquia Cloud - 22 June 2012 release

Fri, 22 Jun 2012

Acquia Cloud was updated on June 22nd with the following new features and enhancements:

  • Upgraded Drush versions

    The default version of Drush installed on Acquia Cloud is now Drush 4.6. Drush 5 is also installed on Acquia Cloud; it has been upgraded to Drush 5.4. For more information, read About Drush on Acquia Cloud.

Acquia Cloud - 18 June 2012 release

Acquia Cloud - 18 June 2012 release

Mon, 18 Jun 2012

Acquia Cloud was updated on June 18th with the following new features and enhancements:

  • Adding HTTPS (SSL) support (beta)

    Acquia Cloud has a new process for adding HTTPS support to your site. HTTPS is the standard method for securing web sites. Using the Dev Cloud/Managed Cloud > SSL page, you can generate and upload an SSL certificate for your web site. This enables your site to serve pages over HTTPS. Note that there is an additional charge for HTTPS support. For more information, see Adding HTTPS (SSL) support to your site. Currently, HTTPS support for Acquia Cloud is in private beta test. Please contact Acquia support if you would like to enable it for your site.

Acquia Cloud - 13 June 2012 release

Acquia Cloud - 13 June 2012 release

Wed, 13 Jun 2012

Acquia Cloud was updated on June 13th with the following new features and enhancements:

  • Virus scanning for file uploads

    Acquia Cloud now includes ClamAV, an open source antivirus engine. Once you have enabled virus scanning, ClamAV protects your website from viruses uploaded by form file uploads and prevents uploaded files from being saved if it detects a virus.

    To enable virus scanning for file uploads using ClamAV, install, enable and configure the ClamAV Drupal module, which connects to the ClamAV executable or ClamAV daemon on your Acquia Cloud server. For more information, read Enabling virus scanning for file uploads.

  • Download logs and database backups from your browser

    You can download the logs and database backups of your website from your browser. Previously, you needed to use command-line tools to download logs and files. You can download database backups from the Dev Cloud/Managed Cloud > Backups page, and you can download logs from the Dev Cloud/Managed Cloud > Logs page. The Logs page was formerly called the Files and logs page). For more information, see About Acquia Cloud logging and Backing up your site.

  • Search indexing is blocked for acquia-sites.com domains

    Since sites that use the default domain name ending in acquia-sites.com aren't intended to be publicly available, Acquia Cloud uses a robots.txt file to disallow indexing of those domains by search engine robots. Robots that reach your site using your DNS domain name, such as www.example.com, will operate normally and will be able to index your site for searches.

    For information about Acquia Cloud domains, see Managing your domains.

  • Fixed the following issue:

    Migrating databases with MySQL views from one environment to another failed (CL-79)

Acquia Cloud - 8 May 2012 release

Acquia Cloud - 8 May 2012 release

Tue, 08 May 2012

Acquia Cloud was updated on May 8th with the following new features and enhancements:

  • Newly-created Acquia Cloud servers run a LAMP technology stack with updated Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP versions.

    The updated versions are:

    • Ubuntu 10.04.4 LTS (Lucid Lynx)
    • Apache 2.2.14
    • Percona Server 5.5 (MySQL 5.5)
    • PHP 5.3.2

    For information about how to upgrade Acquia Cloud servers created before May 8, 2012, see Upgrading your server.

Acquia Cloud - 28 March 2012 release

Acquia Cloud - 28 March 2012 release

Wed, 28 Mar 2012

Acquia Cloud was updated on March 28th with the following new features and enhancements:

  • Continued built-in support for Drupal development tools

    Drush 5 is now available for use on Acquia Cloud. For more information about using Drush with your Acquia Cloud hosted site, see About Drush on Acquia Cloud.

  • Server logs include domain names

    Acquia Cloud Apache server logs now include the Host header domain name, making it easier to analyze logs for multiple sites.

  • Fixed the following issue:

    Quick Help Git/SVN pictures switched (CL-2405)

Acquia Cloud - 15 March 2012 release

Acquia Cloud - 15 March 2012 release

Thu, 15 Mar 2012

Acquia Cloud was updated on March 15th with the following new features and enhancements:

  • Use Drush or the Cloud API to manage your Acquia Cloud sites, and workflow.

    The Acquia Cloud API and Drush Cloud commands allow you to customize Acquia Cloud, and access its functionality using applications and the command line. For more information, see Developing with Cloud API.

  • Fixed the following issue:

    Incorrect server listing for multiple customers (CL-1923)

Acquia Cloud - 12 March 2012 release

Acquia Cloud - 12 March 2012 release

Mon, 12 Mar 2012

Acquia Cloud was updated on March 12th with the following new features and enhancements:

  • Easily manage your site's scheduled cron tasks

    You can use the Cron page to schedule maintenance tasks for your site's environments. For more information, see Using Cron to schedule tasks.

Acquia Cloud - 10 March 2012 release

Acquia Cloud - 10 March 2012 release

Sat, 10 Mar 2012

Acquia Cloud was updated on March 10th with the following new features and enhancements:

  • Obtain Acquia Cloud help where you need it

    The Workflow page now contains tips on how to set up or manage your Acquia Cloud hosted website.

Acquia Cloud - 7 March 2012 release

Acquia Cloud - 7 March 2012 release

Wed, 07 Mar 2012

Acquia Cloud was updated on March 7th with the following new features and enhancements:

  • More flexibility for site developers (CL-209)

    You can now write to your website's home directory on Acquia Cloud.

  • More support for site performance tools (CL-88)

    You can now evaluate your website's performance using the XHProf PHP profiling tool.

    For information about XHProf, including how to enable it for your site, see Using XHProf with Acquia Cloud.

  • Clearing site cache available alongside other site tools (CL-2035)

    The gear menu for each environment on the Workflow page includes an option to clear the Varnish cache for that environment.

  • Fixed the following issue:
    • Varnish caches cannot be cleared for wildcard domains (CL-2035)
Acquia Cloud - 6 March 2012 release

Acquia Cloud - 6 March 2012 release

Tue, 06 Mar 2012

Acquia Cloud was updated on March 6th with the following new features and enhancements:

  • More versions of Drupal available from the Acquia Cloud interface

    Acquia Drupal 7 (CL-1966) and Conference Organizing Distribution (CL-1966) are now options when you install a website in Acquia Cloud.

Acquia Cloud - 27 February 2012 release

Acquia Cloud - 27 February 2012 release

Mon, 27 Feb 2012

Acquia Cloud was updated on February 27th with the following new features and enhancements:

  • Fixed the following issue:
    • A site's Server page (at Dev Cloud/Managed Cloud > Servers) now displays a Configure button if you have added memcache to the site's web server.)
Acquia Cloud - 21 February 2012 release

Acquia Cloud - 21 February 2012 release

Tue, 21 Feb 2012

Acquia Cloud was updated on February 21st with the following new features and enhancements:

  • More easily find a useful Drupal installation

    Tattler has been removed from the list of selectable Drupal distributions for installation on an Acquia Cloud environment.

    If you need to install Tattler in an Acquia Cloud environment, install Tattler in an Acquia Dev Desktop site, and then import the site into an Acquia Cloud environment.

Acquia Cloud - 31 January 2012 release

Acquia Cloud - 31 January 2012 release

Tue, 31 Jan 2012

Acquia Cloud was updated on January 31st with the following new features and enhancements:

  • More specific description of workflow progress

    The Workflow page provides more specific description of what's going on for in-progress actions, reporting when you are deploying code, copying files, or importing a database. (NN-1346)