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ScyllaDB release: version 1.3.2

ScyllaDB Release

The ScyllaDB team is pleased to announce the release of ScyllaDB 1.3.2, a bugfix release of the ScyllaDB 1.3 stable branch. Release 1.3.2, like all past and future 1.x.y releases, is backward compatible and supports rolling upgrades.

The following bugs have been fixed:

  • Fix missing information in nodetool cfstats report when LeveledCompactionStrategy is used #1119
  • Fix incorrect handling of clustering row ranges in paging code, which resulted in not being able to select more than 100 rows when filtering with clustering key in cqls cqlsh #1684
  • Fix gossip expiration timer inconsistency across a cluster by using system clock instead of steady clock #1704
  • Fix CQL server request throttling so that requests don’t overflow memory and cause std::bad_alloc exceptions #1708
  • Fix too early gossip failure_detector history removal, which can lead to a node thinking a decommissioned node is still alive #1714
  • Fix sstable readers created for streaming from timing out too soon #1741

ScyllaDB contributions

Asias He (2):
      gossip: Do not remove failure_detector history on remove_endpoint
      gossip: Switch to use system_clock

Avi Kivity (1):
      Update seastar submodule

Paweł Dziepak (1):
      query_pagers: fix clustering key range calculation

Pekka Enberg (2):
      release: prepare for 1.3.2
      database: Fix io_priority_class related compilation error

Raphael S. Carvalho (1):
      api: implement api to return sstable count per level

Tomasz Grabiec (2):
      transport: Extend request memory footprint accounting to also cover execution
      db: Do not timeout streaming readers

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.