Argo CD - v2.4.1


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kubectl create namespace argocd
kubectl apply -n argocd -f

Security fixes

Potentially-breaking changes

From the GHSA-2m7h-86qq-fp4v description:

The patch introduces a new config parameter, which you should tune before upgrading in production. It caps the maximum total file size of .yaml/.yml/.json files in directory-type (raw manifest) Applications. The default max is 10M per Application. This max is designed to keep any single app from consuming more than 3G of memory in the repo-server (manifests consume more space in memory than on disk). The 300x ratio assumes a maliciously-crafted manifest file. If you only want to protect against accidental excessive memory use, it is probably safe to use a smaller ratio.

If your organization uses directory-type Applications with very many manifests or very large manifests then check the size of those manifests and tune the config parameter before deploying this change to production. When testing, make sure to do a "hard refresh" in either the CLI or UI to test your directory-type App. That will make sure you're using the new max logic instead of relying on cached manifest responses from Redis.


  • test: directory app manifest generation (#9503)
  • chore: Implement tests to validate aws auth retry (#9627)
  • chore: Implement a retry in aws auth command (#9618)
  • test: Remove temp directories from repo server tests (#9501)
  • test: Make context tests idempodent (#9502)
  • test: fix plugin var test for OSX (#9590)
  • docs: Document how to deploy from the root of the git repository (#9632)
  • docs: added environment variables documentation (#8680)


Security wording was detected, but no CVEs were found.


June 21, 2022, 5:18 p.m.
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