This short report brings to light some interesting commits to
scylla.git master from the last weeks. Commits in the
6cb3caaf39b..f3d5b2b2b0 range are covered.
There were 68 non-merge commits from 18 authors in that period. Some notable commits:
Seastar has disabled
Nagle's algorithm for the http server, preventing 40ms
In addition to recording large partitions in terms of their size
in bytes, the system.large_partitions table also records
partitions with many rows.
XFS filesystems created by scylla_setup now have online
discard enabled. This can improve SSD performance.
There is now support for a certificate
revocation list for TLS encryprted connections. This makes
it possible to deny a client with a compromised certificate.
Scylla precalculates replication maps (these contain information
about which replicas each token maps to). We now share
replication maps among keyspaces with similar configuration,
to save memory and time,
See you in the next issue of last week in scylla.git master!