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Redis for PCF v1.9

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Redis for PCF v1.9.5

November 10, 2017

Bug Fixes

  • Logs for service-backup and service-metrics releases are no longer truncated when syslog is not configured.

Compatibility

  • Compatible with OS Redis v3.2.11

  • Compatible with stemcells 3445.16+.

Known Issues

  • The redis-odb service broker listens on port 12345. This is inconsistent with other services.

  • The When Changed option for errands has unexpected behavior. Do not select this choice as an errand run-rule. For more information about this unexpected behavior, see Errand Run Rules.

Redis for PCF v1.9.4

September 22, 2017

Bug Fixes

  • Lua Scripting is disabled by default for the on-demand service. It was previously enabled by default. Pivotal recommends that Lua Scripting be disabled.

  • Allows the on-demand broker resource to be set to 0 or 1. This eases the ability of operators to avoid setting up the on-demand service.

Compatibility

  • Compatible with PCF v1.10.9+.

  • Compatible with stemcells 3445.11+. This is a change from the previous stemcell line of 3363.

Known Issues

  • lua-timeout-limit, a Redis configuration that is exposed to app developers through arbitrary parameters in v1.9, does not have any effect due to a bug in Redis v3.2.8.

  • The redis-odb service broker listens on port 12345. This is inconsistent with other services.

  • The When Changed option for errands has unexpected behavior. Do not select this choice as an errand run-rule. For more information about this unexpected behavior, see Errand Run Rules.

  • Logs for service-backup and service-metrics releases are truncated when syslog is not configured.

Redis for PCF v1.9.3

August 24, 2017

Bug Fixes

  • Ensures all eviction policies are enforced when on-demand instance memory is full.

Compatibility

  • Uses On-Demand Service Broker v0.17.0

  • Compatible with PCF v1.10.9+.

  • Uses a Syslog Migration Release that allows the operator to configure the log format to be either the pre-existing one or RFC 5424. RFC 5424 is the standard formatting across PCF services. The previous format will eventually be deprecated.

Known Issues

  • The on-demand broker cannot be set to 0. This means that the instructions for disabling the on-demand service cannot be followed.

  • Tile states it is compatible with OM v1.10.3+ but the minimum is v1.10.9+

  • lua-timeout-limit, a Redis configuration that is exposed to app developers through arbitrary parameters in v1.9, does not have any effect due to a bug in Redis v3.2.8.

  • The redis-odb service broker listens on port 12345. This is inconsistent with other services.

  • The When Changed option for errands has unexpected behavior. Do not select this choice as an errand run-rule. For more information about this unexpected behavior, see Errand Run Rules.

  • Logs for service-backup and service-metrics releases are truncated when syslog is not configured.

Redis for PCF v1.9.2

July 20, 2017

Compatibility

  • Compatible with PCF v1.10.9+.

Bug Fixes

  • On-demand service instances correctly picks up new Redis releases and stemcells when upgraded. This addresses a prior bug where pre-existing instances were not upgrading Redis Releases or Stemcells.

  • On-demand smoke tests are skipped if the quota for on-demand service instances has been met. This addresses a prior bug where the smoke tests would fail if the quota had been met.

  • Includes a bug fix in the control script for process-destroyer which prevents process-watcher from restarting periodically (every 10,000 seconds).

Known Issues

  • The on-demand broker cannot be set to 0. This means that the instructions for disabling the on-demand service cannot be followed.

  • Tile states it is compatible with OM 1.10.3+ but the minimum is 1.10.9+

  • lua-timeout-limit a Redis configuration that is exposed to app developers through arbitrary parameters in v1.9, do not have any effect due to a bug in Redis v3.2.8.

  • The redis-odb service broker listens on port 12345. This is inconsistent with other services and will be addressed in a future release.

  • The When Changed option for errands has unexpected behavior. Do not select this choice as an errand run-rule. For more information about this unexpected behavior, see Errand Run Rules.

  • On-demand instances may not correctly enforce eviction policies when memory is full.

Redis for PCF v1.9.0

Release Date: June 30, 2017

Compatibility

  • This release is compatible with PCF v1.10.9+.

  • The on-demand service leverages the On-Demand Broker v0.16.0

  • There is a slight change in how syslog forwarding is turned off and on via a new toggle.

Known Issues

  • The on-demand broker cannot be set to 0. This means that the instructions for disabling the on-demand service cannot be followed.

  • Tile states it is compatible with OM 1.10.3+ but the minimum is 1.10.9+

  • New on-demand service instances does not pick up new stemcells beyond 3363.26.

  • A bug exists in the control script for process-destroyer which causes process-watcher to restart periodically (every 10,000 seconds). The bug won’t cause problems outside of making it more difficult to distinguish real issues reported by monit.

  • New on-demand service instances do not pick up new stemcells beyond 3363.24.

  • Upgrades of on-demand service instances from v1.8.0, v1.8.1 and v1.8.2 to v1.9.0 do not take effect.

  • lua-timeout-limit a Redis configuration that is exposed to app developrs through arbitrary parameters in v1.9, does not have any effect due to a bug in Redis v3.2.8.

  • Redis smoke tests fail if the number of instances of a certain plan have reached the global quota. Either remove the smoke tests errand or increase your quota.

  • The redis-odb service broker listens on port 12345. This is inconsistent with other services and will be addressed in a future release.

  • The When Changed option for errands has unexpected behavior. Do not select this choice as an errand run-rule. For more information about this unexpected behavior, see Errand Run Rules.

  • On-demand instances may not correctly enforce eviction policies when memory is full.

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