Release Notes: This release accumulates about a year of stability patches and a couple of new features mostly for production users. Compliance to API specifications has been improved, and additional support for embedded databases has been added.
Release Notes: This stable release includes better memory handling and elimination of major out-of-memory errors. The virtual database restart ordering has been fixed and it is no longer possible to clear logs accidentally. This release is certified against JDK 1.6. Additional fixes are provided for a number of virtual database race conditions, especially the problem where a checkpoint hangs waiting for n open transactions.
Release Notes: This new release fixes major bugs in the driver load balancing and failover policies that could have lead to failure in failover process or load imbalance. Controller side fixes include mainly auto-generated key retrieval, which now works as expected.
Release Notes: This release includes a number of bugfixes, mainly for single controller or single database configurations. A new script-based backuper is also available to customize the backup/restore mechanism at will. The group communication and demos have been upgraded.
Release Notes: This new release includes a new release of Hedera and Appia group communication subsystems with major bugfixes. Other minor improvements and bugfixes are available as well.
Release Notes: This release includes many bugfixes and optimizations for failover, recovery, and shutdown operations. New usability improvements have also been added to better handle application or admin errors.
Release Notes: This new release fixes a number of bugs related to the recovery log and failover. The documentation has been updated, and a new backup maker for MS SQL Server has been contributed. The MySQL backup maker now supports MySQL 3.x as well.
Release Notes: This release has many fixes and improvements, including better support for JDK 5. Parallelism in transaction scheduling has been improved, autogenerated key retrieval has been fixed, and log4j notifications can be sent by email.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release that resolves the problems when trying to disable backends or issues detected with the variable pool connection manager.
Release Notes: This release includes a couple of fixes on renewing of bad connections, and will abort and rollback in case of non-homogeneous behavior of cluster nodes. A new PostgreSQL binary backuper is also available.