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    TeamSpeak 3 Server 3.10.0

    We are pleased to announce that our TeamSpeak Server version 3.10.0 has left the Beta state.

    We changed a lot for this release so here is our list with most important changes. Hope you like them
    • We overhauled the snapshots.
      • They are now Base64 encoded. This makes them smaller and issues with UTF 8 characters should be gone.
      • You now can encrypt your snapshot using a password. The password is AES encrypted and won't be shown in the server log in case logging was enabled.
      • We added an optional parameter to move files from existing channels into the new one. But only if channel did exist before. This won't work with snapshots before 3.10.0.
      • Older snapshots still can be applied, but you should create new ones after you did update.
    • The server code got an overhaul and things should run better now (including packet loss and CPU usage).
    • A file can no longer be overwritten with an upload when client has not enough 'i_ft_file_delete_power'.
    • Handling of Client IDs was touched.
      • They now always increase and only start from free lowest ID when 65535 was reached.
      • The same Client ID is used again when client with same Database ID reconnects within some minutes.
    • We fixed the avatar issues from 3.10.0 beta
    • A FreeBSD version is available again. But make sure you use FreeBSD 11 or newer.



    Here is the full change log:
    Code:
    ## Server Release 3.10.0 6 November 2019
    
    ### Important
    - TeamSpeak Client 3.3.0 or later is needed to connect to this and upcoming server
      releases.
    
    ### Added
    - New channel property `channel_unique_identifier` that contains a channel UID that 
      is unchanged by snapshot import/exports.
    - New compressed snapshot format that is easier to use.
    - New optional parameter `-keepfiles` for `serversnapshotdeploy` that doesn't delete 
      files of channels that exist in the snapshot and on the server.
    - New optional parameter `password` to snapshot commands for specifying an optional 
      password to encrypt the snapshot. The password is always being omitted from the 
      log files.
    - New command line parameter `hints_enabled`(defaults to `1`).
      When enabled, the server will send permission hints to clients, that allows clients
      to know, if certain actions are likely to succeeded or not.
    
    ### Changed
    - New embedded default license is valid until the 1st of July 2020.
    - Improved TeamSpeak Server performance, and reduced packet loss on very busy servers.
    - Allocation of client IDs has been changed.
    - Permission `i_ft_file_delete_power` is now required to overwrite a file.
    
    ### Fixed
    - "Server Admin Token" has been renamed to "Server Admin Privilege Key" in the new 
      server window.
    - Fixed a few potential crashes.
    - Fixed database error when getting the same custom property assigned twice on MariaDB.
    - Fixed `clientgetids` incorrectly returning `database empty result set` when more then 
      one client was connected with the queried `cluid`.

    Here you can Download the server.
    Docker user get the update within a day.

    We want your feedback! Feel free to leave it in this thread.
    Last edited by dante696; November 7th, 2019 at 03:32 PM.
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