Patch Notes

Patch Note 2022-03-09

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Technology preview: monorepository

  • You no longer need be confined to a single valohai.yaml file, but can choose between multiple!
  • Please contact our support to enable monorepositories for your account.

UX improvements

  • Commits now appear under all of their related refnames, not only an arbitrary single one.
  • When a repository fetch fails, it's now much easier to get to configure your repository better.
  • The project dropdown menu in the top right corner was made faster.
  • The notification bell dropdown was emwidened, to fit more and bigger words.
  • If there is a problem retrieving events for an ongoing execution, there will be a marker on the Log tab to that effect.
  • When deleting a pipeline, its executions and tasks are similarly archived away.
  • The effective enablement status for deployment versions and endpoints is now more obvious.
  • Organizations' teams can now be renamed.
  • Invalid cron expressions in triggers are now caught early. No more wondering why a trigger doesn't fire because it's set for next year!

API improvements

  • The fetch API call now supports setting a ref for a particular fetch.

Under-the-hood improvements

  • Some rust was added where it was still conspicuously absent, to make things faster.


  • The Create Pipeline view occasionally had a smooshed layout. We unsmooshed it to memorate the occasion.
  • The preview for text datums no longer keeps scrolling up annoyingly, because we applied a proprietary secret sauce de-annoying algorithm to it.
  • Certain technically invalid commands involving multiple parameters no longer crash and burn.
  • The Team Quotas page is again accessible without having to fiddle with your browser URL bar by hand.
  • A "No repository" label had been misaligned. We nudged it back into place.
  • When fetching a commit configuration fails, you no longer see the steps from an unrelated commit. That was weird.
  • S3 store locations are no longer validated for non-S3, but S3-compatible stores.
  • Organization-owned single project stores can now be converted to organization-level shared stores.