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Pivotal Cloud Cache for PCF v1.3

Pivotal Cloud Cache Release Notes

v1.3.4

Release Date: November 27, 2018

Features included in this release:

  • Security Vulnerability: PCC depends upon the Pivotal Cloud Foundry On Demand Services Broker, which addressed the following security vulnerability:

  • Security Vulnerability: PCC depends upon an included Java SE, which addressed the following security vulnerabilities:

  • PCC is now running Pivotal GemFire v9.3.0.

v1.3.3

Release Date: July 11, 2018

Features included in this release:

  • PCC is now running Pivotal GemFire v9.3.0. This release supports upgrades from PCC v1.3.1 to this 1.3.3 version. Using gfsh with this GemFire version requires a JDK or JRE with Java 8 release 92 or a more recent version 8 update.
  • The cluster operator role adds the CLUSTER:MANAGE permission to its already-defined permissions.
  • This release improves performance and maintains high availability for WAN-separated clusters by creating a gateway receiver on each server, instead of creating only one gateway receiver per cluster.
  • The JDK included with this PCC release is v1.8.0_170.

v1.3.2 (Limited availability)

Release Date: March 21, 2018

Features included in this release:

  • This limited-availability patch release is running Pivotal GemFire v9.2.0. Inline caching is not supported, and no JAR files may be deployed to servers. Using gfsh with this GemFire version requires a JDK or JRE with Java 8 release 92 or a more recent version 8 update.
  • This limited-availability patch release exists only to support an upgrade from PCC v1.3.0 to this v1.3.2 version.
  • To ensure upgrade paths, this limited-availability patch release works with many versions of Ops Manager and and Pivotal Application Service (PAS). This limited-availability patch release works with Ops Manager and and PAS versions v1.12.x, v2.0.x, v2.1.x, and 2.2.x.

v1.3.1

Release Date: March 5, 2018

Features included in this release:

  • PCC is now running Pivotal GemFire v9.3.0. Using gfsh with this GemFire version requires a JDK or JRE with Java 8 release 92 or a more recent version 8 update.
  • Inline caching is supported, which permits both write behind and write through designs for interaction with a backend data store.

Bug fixes:

  • Eliminated a deadlock situation that occurred when recovering all locators, due to the use of gfsh configure pdx.

v1.3.0

Release Date: January 31, 2018

Features included in this release:

  • Support for WAN, asynchronously replicating data across Pivotal Cloud Foundry (PCF) deployments
  • Secure GemFire processes using BOSH Process Manager (BPM)
  • Support for region persistence
  • A single node cluster Dev Plan
  • IPsec supported
  • Support for viewing serialized objects in gfsh using query
  • PCC is now running GemFire v9.2.0. Using gfsh with this GemFire version requires a JDK or JRE with Java 8 release 92 or a more recent version 8 update.
  • Cluster users are now appended with a unique identifer and are assigned roles

Bug fixes:

  • For slow IaaSes, where the server takes a long time to start up, the cluster fails to start.
  • Fixed issue where two different tiles could be installed with the same resource name, preventing creation of service instances.

Known Issues

  • If you are upgrading to Pivotal Cloud Cache (PCC) v1.3.0 and you created service keys on PCC before you installed v1.3.0: delete and recreate the service keys so that users are assigned roles in the cluster. Then, rebind all your apps. For information about how to perform these tasks, see Delete a Service Key, Create Service Keys, and Bind an App to a Service Instance.

  • Current versions of the Cloud Foundry Command Line Interface (CLI) tool have a known bug that omits the documentation URL when using the cf service command.

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