Release Notes

Note: Pivotal has renamed MySQL for Pivotal Cloud Foundry to MySQL for Pivotal Platform.

Note: Pivotal has renamed Pivotal Cloud Foundry to Pivotal Platform.

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Pivotal recommends that you upgrade to the latest version of your current minor line, then upgrade to the latest available version of the new minor line. For example, if you use an older v2.6.x version, upgrade to the latest v2.6.x version before upgrading to the latest v2.7.x version.

For product versions and upgrade paths, see the Product Compatibility Matrix.

v2.7.1 - Withdrawn

Release Date: October 10, 2019

This release has been removed from Pivotal Network because of an issue that occurs when TLS is not configured.

Features

New features and changes in this release:

  • MySQL for Pivotal Platform supports a beta Multi‑Datacenter Leader Follower service plan. This plan has the following features:

    • Replication across two routable Pivotal Application Service foundations secured over mTLS. The primary node in a foundation only trusts the secondary node in another foundation.
    • The ability to bind and push apps to a primary node in a foundation and a secondary node in another foundation.

      Warning: Multi‑Datacenter Leader Follower plans are currently in beta and are for advanced use cases only. If you are interested in testing Multi‑Datacenter Leader Follower service plans, contact Pivotal Support.

  • Highly available (HA) cluster plans are now in general availability (GA).

  • Updates Percona Server to v5.7.26-29.

  • Updates pxc-release to 0.20.0.

  • Updates envoy to v1.11.1.

Security Fix

This release includes the following security fix:

  • Updates bpm-release to v1.1.3. This update fixes Medium CVE-2019-9893.

Resolved Issues

This release has the following fixes:

  • You can now share MySQL for Pivotal Platform service instances across orgs and spaces using cf share-service. For more information, see Share Service Instances.
  • Certificate rotation now works reliably with BOSH.

Known Issue

This release has the following issue:

  • If you set Plan 1 to Inactive in the MySQL for Pivotal Platform tile, your installation fails when you apply changes. To fix this issue, ensure that Plan 1 is always configured.

v2.7.0

Release Date: August 7, 2019

Features

New features and changes in this release:

  • When you upgrade to MySQL for Pivotal Platform v2.7, MySQL for Pivotal Platform automatically rotates internal certificates and certificate authority (CA) certificates. The new certificates do not expire for 5 years. For more information, see Managing Certificates.

  • Automatic backups are now compatible with the AWS CLI v1.16.189, which defaults to Amazon S3 Signature Version 4 for S3 buckets when no other configuration is provided.

Security Fix

This release includes the following security fix:

  • Updates the cf CLI to v6.46

Known Issues

This release has the following issues:

  • If you set Plan 1 to Inactive in the MySQL for Pivotal Platform tile, your installation fails when you apply changes. To fix this issue, ensure that Plan 1 is always configured.
  • You cannot share MySQL for Pivotal Platform service instances across orgs and spaces. If you run cf share-services, the command fails.

Compatibility

This release uses the following component versions:

Component Version
Stemcell 315.x

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