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Tungsten Clustering 6.0.3 and Tungsten Replicator 6.0.3 Released

Continuent is pleased to announce that Tungsten Clustering 6.0.3 and Tungsten Replicator 6.0.3 are now available!

Our 6.0.3 release fixes a number of bugs and introduces a few new features, with improvements across the board in a variety of different components.

Some of the highlights common to both products:

  • THL output now includes the name of the file in which a THL event is stored, making finding and identifying events easier
  • Fixes to tpm to improve the way it identifies startup scripts
  • Fixes to tpm diag to make providing information to support easier

Fixes specific to Tungsten Clustering:

  • tpm now provides backup guidance
  • Connector supports deterministic dataservice selection in composite clusters, allowing you prioritise and even exclude dataservices ensuring that your clients connect to the service you want them to in complex topologies
  • Improvements to tpm to ensure that updates of running clusters retains the cluster policy mode
  • Fixes to the manager within composite multimaster deployments

Fixes specific to Tungsten Replicator:

  • Support for extraction from Oracle RAC environments, including fault-tolerance
  • Support for TNS based connections to Oracle in addition to the traditional Oracle service and SID declaration
  • LOAD DATA INFILE statements within MySQL could fail to be processed properly when they crossed THL event boundaries
  • Timestamps on replicators where log-slave-updates had been enabled could cause data drift in down-stream replicators with mixed row or statement/row based replication

Full release notes are available:

https://docs.continuent.com/tungsten-clustering-6.0/release-notes-6-0-3.html

https://docs.continuent.com/tungsten-replicator-6.0/release-notes-6-0-3.html

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MC Brown
Former VP of Products

MC Brown is a professional writer and technologist for over 25 years, an author and contributor to over 26 books covering a wide array of topics, and technical and architectural advisor on databases, cloud and grid computing, and operating system development. During his time he has worked for and with Sun, MySQL, Oracle, Couchbase, VMware, Microsoft and IBM, and written for O'Reilly, IBM, Computerworld, IBM developerWorks and many others.

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