MongoDB 1.7.5 (unstable) Released

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MongoDB 1.7.5 (unstable) Released Eliot 1/26/11 3:24 PM
MongoDB 1.7.5 has been released.
This is the last release in the 1.7.x development cycle.
The next release will be 1.8.0-rc0.

Notable Changes:
 - single server durability: http://www.mongodb.org/display/DOCS/Journaling
 - extent allocation improvements
 - improved replica set connectivity for mongos
 - getLastError improvement for sharding

Since this is the last 1.7.x release, we are looking to get a lot of
people testing this release.

Downloads: http://www.mongodb.org/downloads
Change Log: http://jira.mongodb.org/browse/SERVER/fixforversion/10214

Please let us know of any issues,
-Eliot

Re: MongoDB 1.7.5 (unstable) Released oferfort 1/27/11 4:56 AM
any estimation on the 1.8.0 release?
Re: [mongodb-user] Re: MongoDB 1.7.5 (unstable) Released Eliot 1/27/11 5:27 AM
You can track jira for any dates.
Depends on how user testing goes.
rc0 should be out in a week or 2

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Re: MongoDB 1.7.5 (unstable) Released Thibaut Barrère 1/27/11 7:58 AM
Congratulations, and thanks for the single server durability
especially!

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Re: [mongodb-user] Re: MongoDB 1.7.5 (unstable) Released Chuck Remes 1/27/11 8:06 AM
Why is 10gen only doing a single beta release to cover the *most visible* new feature slated for 1.8? Single-server durability is a pretty big change (based on the commits I have seen), so I'm curious why it rates only a single beta release?

Or do you consider 1.8rc0, rc1, rc2, etc. as places for fixing significant bugs with this feature?

cr

Re: [mongodb-user] Re: MongoDB 1.7.5 (unstable) Released Eliot 1/27/11 8:12 AM
1.7.5 isn't a beta release, its a dev release.
1.8.0-rc0 is kind of like "beta".

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Re: MongoDB 1.7.5 (unstable) Released Thibaut Barrère 1/27/11 8:14 AM
Some people (see http://news.ycombinator.org/item?id=2148305 for
instance, but I've heard that somewhere else) wonder why the --dur
wouldn't be the default, to avoid people shooting themselves in the
foot.

Is it planned ? What's your opinion on that ?

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Re: [mongodb-user] Re: MongoDB 1.7.5 (unstable) Released Eliot 1/27/11 8:34 AM
Durability is a new feature, and should be treated as such.
While it is currently not the default, that may change in a later release.

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Re: [mongodb-user] Re: MongoDB 1.7.5 (unstable) Released Keith Branton 1/30/11 9:24 PM
I've been checking every day for this in synaptic, but it hasn't appeared yet. I have


line in my /etc/apt/sources.list file, and have mongo-unstable installed. This is how I normally get updates, but synaptic tells me the latest version is 20101221. Am I doing something stupid or have the packages not been updated yet?


Re: [mongodb-user] Re: MongoDB 1.7.5 (unstable) Released Keith Branton 1/30/11 9:24 PM

Also, It would be really nice if the package versions contained the mongo version somehow.

1.7.5-20110127 would be much nicer than just a date - would that be very difficult to do?
Re: MongoDB 1.7.5 (unstable) Released Alvin Richards 1/30/11 9:36 PM
Let me ping the engineer and get an ETA for the Ubuntu packages.

-Alvin
Re: MongoDB 1.7.5 (unstable) Released Alvin Richards 1/30/11 9:44 PM
So just tried this myself on 9.04 and got

mongodb-unstable 20101221

Unstable is always the current development branch, i.e. 1.7.x

However, this date is old so will check why there is not a more recent
build for unstable.

-Alvin
Re: MongoDB 1.7.5 (unstable) Released Adrien Mogenet 1/31/11 9:54 AM
Congrats mates !

I did some benchmarks today, I will perform these tests again later
with the 1.7.5.
Re: [mongodb-user] Re: MongoDB 1.7.5 (unstable) Released Richard Kreuter 1/31/11 10:14 AM
We're planning on changing to roughly this versioning scheme on the
packages at the 1.8 release.

Regards,
Richard

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Re: MongoDB 1.7.5 (unstable) Released MarkCallaghan 1/31/11 12:09 PM
For single server durability and a change that requires multiple
writes to MongoDB files are all writes recorded in the journal before
any might be attempted?
Re: [mongodb-user] Re: MongoDB 1.7.5 (unstable) Released Eliot 1/31/11 12:20 PM
@mark yes, exactly.

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Re: [mongodb-user] Re: MongoDB 1.7.5 (unstable) Released MarkCallaghan 1/31/11 4:18 PM
Wow. That is great news.

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Re: MongoDB 1.7.5 (unstable) Released Adrien Mogenet 2/2/11 10:50 AM
Lovely mongostat ... I love it :-)

Moreover, I got better performances when queries have to access disk
than Mongo 1.6.5... but set-up was a bit different, I'll launch my
tests with the same config tomorrow.

On 1 fév, 01:18, MARK CALLAGHAN <mdcal...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Wow. That is great news.
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> > @mark yes, exactly.
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> > On Mon, Jan 31, 2011 at 3:09 PM, MarkCallaghan <mdcal...@gmail.com> wrote:
> >> For single server durability and a change that requires multiple
> >> writes to MongoDB files are all writes recorded in the journal before
> >> any might be attempted?
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> >> On Jan 26, 3:24 pm, Eliot Horowitz <eliothorow...@gmail.com> wrote:
> >>> MongoDB1.7.5has been released.
> >>> This is the last release in the 1.7.x development cycle.
> >>> The next release will be 1.8.0-rc0.
>
> >>> Notable Changes:
> >>>  - single server durability:http://www.mongodb.org/display/DOCS/Journaling
> >>>  - extent allocation improvements
> >>>  - improved replica set connectivity for mongos
> >>>  - getLastError improvement for sharding
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> >>> Since this is the last 1.7.x release, we are looking to get a lot of
> >>> people testing this release.
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> >>> Downloads:http://www.mongodb.org/downloads
> >>> Change Log:http://jira.mongodb.org/browse/SERVER/fixforversion/10214
>
> >>> Please let us know of any issues,
> >>> -Eliot
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