Release notes: GEE 5.0.2¶
This document includes the following information about the Google Earth Enterprise (GEE) 5.0.2 release:
The Google Earth Enterprise 5.0.2 release is supported on 64-bit versions of the following operating systems:
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux versions 6.0 to 6.5, including the most recent security patches
- CentOS 6.5
- Ubuntu 10.04 and 12.04 LTS
Google Earth Enterprise 5.0.2 is compatible with Google Earth Enterprise Client (EC) and Plugin versions 7.0.1 - 184.108.40.2068 for Windows, Mac, and Linux.
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Number Description Workaround 16701881 When attempting to set the maximum number of CPUs used for Fusion processing tasks, geselectassetroot –numcpus fails to update the value specified.
For GEE releases 5.0.0-5.0.2, the maximum number of CPUs can be set using the
- Stop Fusion daemons:
sudo /etc/init.d /gefusion stop
- Start Fusion daemons:
sudo /etc/init.d/gefusion start
Number Description Resolution 16187780 When attempting to import the GDAL library installed with
/opt/google/gepython/Python-2.7.5/bin/pythonPython 2.7.5, from
osgeo import gdal_array, a traceback error occurs:
ImportError: No module named _gdal_array.
Fixed. The Python numpy library, which is required to load the
gdal_arraymodule, is now bundled with GEE Fusion.
11823150 When setting the maximum number of CPUs available for Fusion processes using the
geselectassetroot --numcpuscommand, you cannot increase the value beyond 8.
Fixed. You can now set the maximum number of CPUs using the
geselectassetroot --numcpuscommand to a maximum value of 64. You can verify the value you set using
getopThe default setting for the maximum value is 8. For more information, see Running Fusion on a machine with multiple CPUs.
15391728, 15386589, 15429155 Potential cross-site scripting vulnerabilities have been identified. Fixed. Enhancements have been made to make GEE more secure.