CockroachDB: What's New in v2.1.7
With the release of CockroachDB v2.1.7, we’ve fixed bug issues and made a few build changes. Test out this maintenance release here.
Note: The most recent version of CockroachDB is 19.1. This announcement is for a maintenance release of the previous version of CockroachDB.
If you haven’t already, we encourage you to upgrade to our recently released CockroachDB v19.1 which adds enhanced enterprise-grade features for security, data integration, and optimized distributed SQL capabilities.
Release Notes for May 14, 2019
- Fixed a bug in
RESTOREwhere some unusual range boundaries in interleaved tables caused an error. #36006
- CockroachDB now properly applies column width and nullability constraints on the result of conflict resolution in
INSERT ON CONFLICT. #35373
JSONBarray now correctly removes its first element. #35619
- Fixed an on-disk inconsistency that could result from a crash during a range merge. #35752
- While a cluster is unavailable (e.g., during a network partition), memory and goroutines used for authenticating connections no longer leak when the client closes said connections. #36231
- Single column family
JSONBcolumns are now decoded correctly. #36628
- Fixed a rare inconsistency that could occur on overloaded clusters. #36960
- Fixed a possible panic while recovering from a WAL on which a sync operation failed. #37214
- Reduced the risk of data unavailability during AZ/region failure. #37336
- CockroachDB will provisionally refuse to build with go 1.12, as this is known to produce incorrect code inside CockroachDB. #35639
- Release Docker images are now built on Debian 9.8. #35737
This release includes 15 merged PRs by 12 authors.