ScyllaDB Open Source 4.3.2

The ScyllaDB team announces ScyllaDB Open Source 4.3.2, a bugfix release of the ScyllaDB 4.3 stable branch.

ScyllaDB Open Source 4.3.2, like all past and future 4.x.y releases, is backward compatible and supports rolling upgrades.

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Issues fixed in this release:

  • Alternator: unexpected ValidationException in ConditionExpression and FilterExpression #8043
  • Alternator: UpdateItem’s “ADD” can’t create a new set or number #7763
  • CDC: Limit size of topology description #8048
  • Monitoring: False 1 second latency reported in I/O queue delay metrics #8166
  • Stability: ‘ascii’ type column isn’t validated, and one could create illegal ascii values by using CQL without bind variables #5421
  • Stability: ScyllaDB records large data cells in the system.large_rows table. If such a large cell was part of a static rows, ScyllaDB would crash #6780
  • Stability: Unexpected partition key when repairing with different number of shards may resulting in error similar to: “WARN  2020-11-04 19:06:41,168 [shard 1] repair - repair_writer: keyspace=ks, table=cf, multishard_writer failed: invalid_mutation_fragment_stream
    This error may occur when running repair between nodes with a different core number. #7552 Seastar #867
  • ScyllaDB on GCE: scylla_io_setup did not configure pre tuned gce instances correctly #7341
  • ScyllaDB on AWS: When psutil.disk_paritions() reports / is /dev/root, aws_instance mistakenly reports root partition is part of ephemeral disks, and RAID construction will fail. #8055
  • Stability: stream_session::prepare is missing a string format argument #8067
  • Stability: TWCS reshape was silently ignoring windows which contain at least min_threshold sstables (can happen with data segregation). #8147

08 Mar 2021