Version 1.1.6

Released on 2017/06/23.

Note

If you are upgrading a cluster, you must be running CrateDB 0.57.0 or higher before you upgrade to 1.1.6.

If you want to perform a rolling upgrade, your current CrateDB version number must be Version 1.1.1 or higher. If you want to upgrade from a version prior to this, the upgrade will introduce all of the breaking changes listed for Version 1.1.0, and will require a full restart upgrade.

Warning

Before upgrading, you should back up your data.

Changelog

Fixes

  • Fixed an issue that caused an exception to be thrown when applying aggregations on generated columns of a table.
  • Fixed a bug in the memory accounting of the circuit breaker for HTTP results when querying for columns of undefined type.
  • Fixed issue that caused an exception when querying the _id column using all defined primary keys inside the WHERE clause over the HTTP API.
  • Fixed wrong results when querying IS NULL and IS NOT NULL on an array of objects.
  • Fixed an issue that caused an Exception to be thrown on JOIN queries with 4 or more tables when an ORDER BY is also applied.
  • Fixed an issue that resulted in rows being unable to be queried by primary keys, when the order of the primary key columns on insert differed from the order of the primary key columns on the table definition. Note: If records are already inserted by using a different primary key column order, they must be re-inserted, otherwise queries will still fail for these rows.
  • Improved the resiliency of queries on sys.nodes: If a node disconnects during the execution of a query it will no longer fail.
  • Added proper handling when memory requirements of a JOIN query exceeds the available memory. Instead of having OutOfMemoryException thrown which led to killed nodes in the cluster, the issue is detected and the query is killed without affecting the cluster.
  • Fixed an issue that could cause DELETE statements to fail instead of “not matching” if there was a _version column in the WHERE clause.
  • Fixed an error handling issue that could lead to the termination of a node in very rare cases. (Usually if a user invoked the KILL statement)
  • Fixed an issue that caused an exception to be thrown when using unnest with 10 or more columns.