Note: These changes apply to the runtime of all SpatialOS 11+ SDK versions.
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- Bridges, the SpatialOS Runtime components managing individual worker connections, now detect if they are overloaded and will disconnect their connected worker in those cases. This prevents the overloaded bridge from negatively affecting other connected workers or the overall stability of the Runtime in the deployment.
If a QBI query does not specify a full snapshot result type or the
EntityAclcomponent in its result component IDs, read permissions defined in an entity’s ACL are not respected if the worker does not have authority over any component on the entity.
When dynamically adding and removing a component again in quick succession, the authoritative worker can receive
RemoveComponentops for this component that it isn’t supposed to see.
Authority handover timeouts for authority loss imminent notifications are not applied on a per-worker, per-component basis as documented. Instead,
authorityHandoverTimeoutMsvalues in the bridge configuration for any worker type currently apply to all worker types. In particular, this means that setting a
defaultsection authority timeout will enable authority loss imminent notifications for all components on all worker types, unless overridden in the