SingularityCE 3.10.0 Release

May 17, 2022 | Blog, SingularityCE Updates

We’re pleased to announce SingularityCE 3.10.0 is now available at the link below. This release brings numerous improvements including greatly expanded support for cgroups / resource limits, and options for better OCI / Docker compatibility. It also contains some behind the scenes work starting the journey to SingularityCE 4.0 that you can read about in the roadmap.

Thanks as always to everyone who contributed code, testing, and general feedback. If you find a bug, let us know on GitHub… unless it’s a security issue, in which case, please contact us privately via

Updated documentation for 3.10.0 is available at:

Have fun!

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