The ScyllaDB team announces ScyllaDB Enterprise 2022.1.7, a bug-fix production-ready ScyllaDB Enterprise patch release for ScyllaDB Enterprise 2022.1.
Note that there is a newer Feature Enterprise release: ScyllaDB Enterprise 2022.2. While we will continue to support 2022.1 LTS, you can get additional features with 2022.2.
- Get ScyllaDB Enterprise 2022.1.7 (customers only, or 30-day evaluation)
- Upgrade from 2021.1.x to 2022.1.y
- Upgrade from ScyllaDB Open Source 5.0 to ScyllaDB 2022.1
- Submit a ticket
Below is a list of performance and stability improvements and bug fixes, each with an open-source reference if available:
- Stability: storage_service::removenode should not silence exceptions #11722
- Stability: a rare issue when updating the schema more than once in once per millisecond #13594
- Stability: a rare crash due to null pointer dereference: clear_gently of disengaged unique_ptr dereferences nullptr #13636
- Stability: distributed_loader should first detect the highest generation in a table before allowing new sstables to be created in it #11793. This is a root cause for: View building fail to move staging SSTables to base dir because generations are taken #11789
- Packaging: RPM package dependencies issue. When installing a specific version with yum/dnf, scylla-python3 version will not match the specified version, but the latest one. #13222
- Stability: bad_alloc (seastar - Failed to allocate 536870912 bytes) #13491. Root cause is a logic fault causing the reader to attempt to read all the data, consuming all memory. Can occur during sstableloader/nodetool refresh, repair or range scan.