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ScyllaDB release: version 1.1.2

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The ScyllaDB team is pleased to announce the release of ScyllaDB 1.1.2, a bugfix release of the ScyllaDB 1.1 stable branch. 1.1.2, like all past and future 1.x.y releases, is backward compatible and supports rolling upgrade.

The following bugs have been fixed:

  • Fix an error in scylla_setup, introduced in 1.1, which canceled network interrupt pinning to cpu 0. This issue causes performance degradation of ScyllaDB AMI, which is now solved #1301. Get the latest AMI.
  • Reduce memory usage when streaming data (mutations) between nodes #1270. This error expressed it self with error messages like:
[shard 0] storage_proxy - exception during
    mutation write to std::bad_alloc (std::bad_alloc)
[shard 0] database - failed to move
    memtable to cache: std::bad_alloc (std::bad_alloc)

ScyllaDB contributions

Asias He (1):
      streaming: Reduce memory usage when sending mutations

Pekka Enberg (2):
      Revert "dist/common/scripts: update SET_NIC when --setup-nic passed to scylla_sysconfig_setup"

About ScyllaDB Team

ScyllaDB is the world’s fastest wide-column store database: the functionality of Apache Cassandra with the speed of a light key/value store.