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Apr18

Scylla Open Source Release 2.3.5

Scylla Open Source Release Notes

Scylla Open Source 2.3.5 is the latest bugfix release of the Scylla Open Source 2.3 major release. It is backward compatible and supports rolling upgrades.

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Apr16

Scylla Open Source Release 3.0.5

Scylla Open Source Release Notes

Scylla Open Source Release 3.0.5 is the latest bugfix release for Scylla Open Source 3.0. It includes resolutions for a wide range of issues.

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Mar22

Scylla Open Source Release 2.3.4

Scylla Open Source Release Notes

The Scylla team announces the release of Scylla Open Source 2.3.4, a bugfix release of the Scylla Open Source 2.3 stable branch. Scylla Open Source Release 2.3.4, like all past and future 2.3.y releases, is backward compatible and supports rolling upgrades. Note that the latest stable branch of Scylla Open Source is Scylla 3.0; you are encouraged to upgrade to it. The major fix in this release is for a rare race condition between a schema update (adding or removing a column) and an initiated compaction, which may cause the compaction to write values to the wrong columns. The short […]

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Mar18

Scylla Open Source Release 3.0.4

Scylla Open Source Release Notes

The ScyllaDB team announces the release of Scylla Open Source 3.0.4, a bugfix release of the Scylla 3.0 stable branch. Scylla 3.0.4, like all past and future 3.x.y releases, is backward compatible and supports rolling upgrades. The major fix in this release is for a rare race condition between a schema update (adding or removing a column) and an initiated compaction, which may cause the compaction to write values to the wrong columns. The short time window where this may occur is just after compaction was initiated but before it starts writing to storage. Should the race condition occur, there […]

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Mar7

Scylla and Elasticsearch, Part Two: Practical Examples to Support Full-Text Search Workloads

Scylla and Elasticsearch

CHECK OUT PART ONE OF THIS BLOG We covered the basics of Elasticsearch and how Scylla is a perfect complement for it in part one of this blog. Today we want to give you specific how-tos on connecting Scylla and Elasticsearch, including use cases and sample code. Use Case #1 If combining a persistent, highly available datastore with full text search engine is a market requirement, then implementing a single, integrated solution is an ultimate goal that requires time and resources. To answer this challenge we describe below a way for users to use best-of-breed solutions that support full text […]

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Feb21

Scylla Open Source Release 2.3.3

Scylla Software Release

The Scylla team announces the release of Scylla Open Source 2.3.3, a bugfix release of the Scylla Open Source 2.3 stable branch. Release 2.3.3, like all past and future 2.3.y releases, is backward compatible and supports rolling upgrades. Note that the latest stable release of Scylla Open Source is release 3.0 and you are encouraged to upgrade to it. Related links: Get Scylla 2.3.3 – Docker, binary packages (under “More Versions”) Get started with Scylla Upgrade from 2.x.y to 2.x.z Upgrade from 2.3.x to 3.x Please let us know if you encounter any problems. Issues solved in this release: A […]

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Feb13

Scylla Open Source Release 3.0.3

Scylla Release

The Scylla team announces the release of Scylla Open Source 3.0.3, a bugfix release of the Scylla Open Source 3.0 stable branch. Scylla 3.0.3, like all past and future 3.x.y releases, is backward compatible and supports rolling upgrades. Related links: Scylla Open Source 3.0 Get Scylla Open Source 3.0.3 – Docker, binary packages, and EC2 AMI Get started with Scylla Upgrade from Scylla Open Source 3.x.y to Scylla Open Source 3.x.z Upgrade from Scylla Open Source 2.3.x to 3.x Please let us know if you encounter any problems. Issues solved in this release: Counters: Scylla rejects SSTables that contain counters […]

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Feb5

Scylla Manager Now Available for Scylla Open Source Users

Scylla Manager Block Diagram

Today we announce the release of Scylla Manager 1.3.1, a management system that automates maintenance tasks on a Scylla cluster. This release provides support for encrypted CQL communication with Scylla nodes and improves SSH stability. We are also shipping an official, publicly available, Scylla Manager Docker image. Most importantly, while past versions of Scylla Manager supported only Scylla Enterprise clusters, Scylla Manager 1.3.1 now also supports management of Scylla Open Source clusters of up to 5 nodes. Scylla Manager joins a growing list of Scylla management and monitoring software, including the open source Scylla Monitoring Stack, which provides cluster metrics […]

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Feb4

Scylla Open Source Release 3.0.2

Scylla Release

The Scylla team announces the release of Scylla Open Source 3.0.2, a bugfix release of the Scylla Open Source 3.0 stable branch. Scylla Open Source 3.0.2, like all past and future 3.x.y releases, is backward compatible and supports rolling upgrades. Related links: Scylla Open Source 3.0 Get Scylla Open Source 3.0.2 – Docker, binary packages, and EC2 AMI Get started with Scylla Upgrade from Scylla Open Source 3.x.y to Scylla Open Source 3.x.z Upgrade from 2.3.x to 3.x Please let us know if you encounter any problems. Issues solved in this release: CQL: ALLOW FILTERING gave the wrong result when […]

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Jan24

Scylla SSTable 3.0 Can Decrease File Sizes 50% or More

Scylla SSTable 3.0 Can Decrease File Sizes 50% or More

Scylla Open Source 3.0 ships with a new format for on-disk representation, SSTable 3.0. In this article, we will discuss some of the benefits that emerge from the adoption of this format and the scenarios in which they apply. We will discuss the differences between the old and new formats, and demonstrate use cases in which the new format has significant advantages, and others where the advantages are much smaller. This is truly a situation of “Your Mileage May Vary.” For example, in one test result below, we were able to show a 53% reduction in table size. Other use […]

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