Couchbase Server 2.0.1 has been released, introducing the following changes:
- Improved rebalance operation time for key-value use cases.
- Performance optimizations to cap view / index file size growth during rebalance.
- New low and high watermark thresholds to increase usable memory.
- Stability fixes to drastically improve timeout problems seen by the cluster manager due to Erlang VM settings.
- Significant performance improvements to view / index building particularly useful during initial load.
You can download and check-out the latest version on our download page. If you are currently running Couchbase Server 2.0 EE, we recommend that you upgrade to version 2.0.1 EE. We are working on the community edition and will update our download page once available.
Try out 2.0.1 and give us your feedback!
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- Apache Hadoop
- Apache Cassandra
- Couchbase Server
Couchbase Server 1.8.1 is now available.
- Rebalance improvements included in 1.8.1 optimize the movement of data when adding and removing the same number of nodes by moving data directly between the nodes being switched out. This enhancement puts customers in a position to proactively manage their application for all kinds of upgrades and maintenance reducing the impact on the rest of the cluster.
- Management of the memory allocated within the system has been improved. This increases stability of the system as a whole. In addition to this, a few new memory usage statistics have been added to our monitoring console.
- Several significant bugs related to rebalance and cluster stability have been fixed. The detailed release notes can be found here.