(RHSA-2023:3265) Moderate: Red Hat OpenShift Data Foundation 4.12.3 Security and Bug fix update

Red Hat OpenShift Data Foundation is software-defined storage integrated with and optimized for the Red Hat OpenShift Data Foundation. Red Hat OpenShift Data Foundation is a highly scalable, production-grade persistent storage for stateful applications running in the Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform. In addition to persistent storage, Red Hat OpenShift Data Foundation provisions a multi-cloud data management service with an S3-compatible API.

Security Fix(es):

* jsonwebtoken: Unrestricted key type could lead to legacy keys usagen (CVE-2022-23539)

* express: “qs” prototype poisoning causes the hang of the node process (CVE-2022-24999)

For more details about the security issue(s), including the impact, a CVSS score, acknowledgments, and other related information, refer to the CVE page(s) listed in the References section.

Bug Fix(es):

* Previously, odf-csi-addons-operator had low memory resource limit and as a result the odf-csi-addons-operator pod was OOMKilled (out of memory). With this fix, the default memory and the CPU resource limit has been increased and odf-csi-addons-operator OOMKills are not observed. (BZ#2177184)

* Previously, non optimized database related flows on deletions caused Multicloud Object Gateway to spike in CPU usage and perform slowly on mass delete scenarios. For example, reclaiming a deleted object bucket claim (OBC). With this fix, indexes for the bucket reclaimer process are optimized, a new index is added to the database to speed up the database cleaner flows, and bucket reclaimer changes are introduced to work on batches of objects. (BZ#2186482)

* Previously, the list of regions for creating the default Multicloud Object Gateway backing store on AWS did not have the new regions that were added recently to AWS. With this fix, the new regions are included to the list of regions and it is possible to deploy default backing store on the new regions. (BZ#2187637)

* Previously, creating a storage system in OpenShift Data Foundation using an external Ceph cluster would fail if the RADOS block device (RBD) pool name contained an underscore (_) or a period(.). With this fix, the Python script (`ceph-external-cluster-details-exporter.py`) is enhanced to contain underscore (_) and period (.) so that an alias for the RBD pool names can be passed in. This alias allows the OpenShift Data Foundation to adopt an external Ceph cluster with RBD pool names containing an underscore(_) or a period(.). (BZ#2188379)

All users of Red Hat OpenShift Data Foundation are advised to upgrade to these updated images, which provide these bug fixes.Read More

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