Dec19

Scylla release: version 1.4.3

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The Scylla team is pleased to announce the release of Scylla 1.4.3, a bugfix release of the Scylla 1.4 stable branch. Release 1.4.3, like all past and future 1.x.y releases, is backward compatible and supports rolling upgrades.

The following bugs were fixed in this release:

  • A bug in the latest version of Systemd stop Scylla from starting on CentOS 7.3 #1846
  • Scylla may exit with a core dump during a service shutdown #1835
  • Housekeeping service, which checks for a new Scylla version every 24 hours, do not restart its timer when Scylla restart #1601
  • Scylla kernel check, part of Scylla setup script, is pointing to the wrong documentation URL #1871

Scylla contributions

Amos Kong (1):
      systemd: reset housekeeping timer at each start

Avi Kivity (2):
      Update seastar submodule
      sstables: fix probe with Unknown component

Duarte Nunes (1):
      lz4: Conditionally use LZ4_compress_default()

Glauber Costa (4):
      commitlog: close replay file
      commitlog: close file after read, and not at stop
      commitlog: use commitlog priority for replay
      commitlog: use read ahead for replay requests

Pekka Enberg (8):
      release: prepare for 1.4.3
      Revert "sstables: fix probe with Unknown component"
      Revert "Update seastar submodule"
      Revert "commitlog: use read ahead for replay requests"
      Revert "commitlog: use commitlog priority for replay"
      Revert "commitlog: close file after read, and not at stop"
      Revert "commitlog: close replay file"
      Update seastar submodule

Takuya ASADA (2):
      dist/common/scripts/scylla_kernel_check: fix incorrect document URL
      dist/common/systemd/scylla-housekeeping.timer: workaround to avoid crash of systemd on RHEL 7.3

Tomasz Grabiec (1):
      Update seastar submodule

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