The ScyllaDB team announces Scylla Open Source 4.3.4, a bugfix release of the Scylla 4.3 stable branch.
Scylla Open Source 4.3.4, like all past and future 4.x.y releases, is backward compatible and supports rolling upgrades.
Please note the latest stable release of Scylla is 4.4.
- Scylla Open Source 4.3
- Get Scylla Open Source – AWS AMI, Docker, binary packages
- Upgrade from Scylla Open Source 4.x.y to Scylla Open Source 4.x.z
- Upgrade from Scylla Open Source 4.2.x to 4.3.y
- Please let us know if you encounter any problems.
Issues fixed in this release:
- Install: scylla_raid_setup may fails when mounting a volume with: “can’t find UUID” error #8279
- Install: Dynamic setting of aio-max-nr based on the number of CPUs, mostly needed for large machines like EC2 i3en.24xlarge #8133
- Install: scylla_raid_setup may fails when mounting a volume with:
“can't find UUID”error #8279
- Install: Unified Installer: Incorrect file security context cause scylla_setup to fail #8589
- Tools: nodetool cfstats cause a deadlock in nodetool #7991
- Tools: sstableloader doesn’t work with Alternator tables if “
-nx” option is used #8230
- Stability: a race condition can cause coredump in truncating a table after refresh #7732
- Stability: materialized views: nodes may pull old schemas from other nodes #8554
- Stability: reader_concurrency_semaphore: inactive reads can block shutdown #8561
- Stability: TWCS: in some cases, SSTables are not compacted together when time window finishes #8569
- Stability: Exceptions in resharding and reshaping are being incorrectly swallowed #8657
- CQL: Mismatched types for base and view columns id: timeuuid and timeuuid, generating ”Unable to complete the operation against any hosts” error #8666
- Thrift: The ability to write to non-Thrift tables (tables which were created by
CQL CREATE TABLE) from Thrift has been removed, since it wasn’t supported correctly. Use CQL to write to CQL tables. #7568
10 Jun 2021