Aerospike Server Community Edition (CE) 3.6.3 (October 16, 2015)


#1

Aerospike Server Community Edition 3.6.3 was released on October 16, 2015 and is available for download here.

This release contains the following bug fixes and updates:

Bug Fixes

  • [AER-4521] - (KVS) Batch crash caused by incorrectly setting member after batch data structure is freed.
  • [AER-4433] - (KVS) Improve assert caused by spurious prole delete - correctly upstream assert to master.
  • [AER-4480] - (Packaging) Install correct tools dependency on RedHat-ish machines with Python 2.7.

Updates

Click here to view the release notes.

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#2

I might encounter the bugs fixed in this release, however, I noticed that the fixes were not released publicly via github. So the question is when the fixes will be public.

Thanks.


#3

@xiaosuo,

I see what you are saying - the latest server version on Github is 3.6.1, but we’re already on 3.6.3. Thanks for the reminder; we will update the Aerospike Server Github repository ASAP.

However, please know that you always have the option of downloading 3.6.3 from the Aerospike website here - so in effect, 3.6.3 and all its fixes were already released publicly on our website when we made the announcement, even though 3.6.3. is not yet on Github. Whenever we announce a new release of any kind, we always provide a link for the community to actually download the release, as we did above for 3.6.3. :smile:


#4

Thanks for your reply. In fact, we have modified the code to satisfy our own need, so we can’t use the binary directly.

Thanks again for your work.


#5

@xiaosuo,

Thanks for pointing that out. We have updated the Aerospike Server Github repository with the latest server version at the time of this writing (3.6.3).


#6

Thanks very much! :smile:


#7

It seemed that lua-core wasn’t updated at the same time.


#8

Thank you for the heads up. We have updated.