RedisGreen released a change this week which results in 5x faster memory usage analysis - particularly helpful for customers with millions of keys to be analyzed!
Patch releases for the 5.0, 4.0, 3.2 and legacy maintenance 2.8 branch were released today.
Redis 5.0.3 and 4.0.12 have been the default versions for new RedisGreen databases since their release two weeks ago. We are conducting rolling upgrades of all 4.x and 5.x databases to ensure they include these new patches.
Following in step with the open source package, 5.0.1 was released today for newly built databases.
Redis 5.0.0 is live for customers who want to opt-in to the new version of Redis.
5.0 support includes monitoring of all stream commands as well as stream memory analysis for databases using memory mapping.
Redis 4.0.1 is live for Redis 4.0 customers. See the release notes for details. No major changes for most customers - we have contacted you if we expect you to be affected.
Redis 4.0.0 is out and fully supported by RedisGreen!
Redis 3.2 will remain the default for new servers for a while. You can choose Redis 4.0 when building a new DB to try out the new features, or contact support for a zero-downtime upgrade.
As part of a set of new security upgrades we updated our web site’s Content Security Policy (CSP) today. If you have any trouble loading or using the web dashboard as a result, please let our support team know!
Redis 3.2.8 is out, a critical fix to 3.2.7. All customers on 3.2.7 have been auto-upgraded to 3.2.8 to avoid deadlocks. You can read more about the changes in the release notes