Last week in scylla.git master (issue #72; 2021-04-04)

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Avi Kivity

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Apr 4, 2021, 4:51:46 AMApr 4
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This short report brings to light some interesting commits to scylla.git master from the last week. Commits in the ec4d91f9ebef..f186de909d range are covered.

There were 102 non-merge commits from 15 authors in that period. Some notable commits:



The enable_sstables_mc_format configuration parameter is now ignored; mc or md format is mandatory. Scylla continues to be able to read older ka and la format sstables.


The Raft implementation now updates RPC about new and removed nodes.


Thrift has now partial admission control, to reduce the chance of server overload. Also, the Thrift listen port is now disabled by default, as it is not often used. Thrift is still fully supported.


Streams of mutation data are represented in Scylla by a flat_mutation_reader, which provides a means for a function to consume a stream. This was made faster, which improves operations such as flushing a memtable.


When Scylla receives sstables from outside the replica (such as via a repair operation, or after restoring a snapshot) it first reshapes them to conform to the compaction strategy. It now does this more efficiently for Leveled Compaction Strategy, by checking first if the sstables happen to be disjoint.


There is now documentation for the fast mode of the slow query logging feature.


More code paths can now work with non-contiguous memory for table columns and intermediate values: comparing values, the CQL write path. This reduces CPU stalls due to memory allocation when large blobs are present.



See you in the next issue of last week in scylla.git master!


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