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Today, we are announcing the availability of GCS (Gluster Container Storage) 0.4. The release was bit delayed to address some of the critical issues identified. This release brings in a good amount of bug fixes along with some key feature enhancements in GlusterD2. We’d request all of you to try this out and provide feedback.
Highlights and updates since v0.3:
– Brick Multiplexing support in GD2
– Better distributed and resilient transaction engine in GD2
– replace brick, volume profile API support in GD2
– Critical memory leak in net/rpc package of GD2
– Support of bytes as unit in volume size for volume create request in csi-driver
– Self heal, snapshot brick count, volume profile metrics in gluster-prometheus
– Initial SDK skeleton in anthill (gluster-operator)
– Glusterd2: https://github.com/gluster/glusterd2
– Gluster CSI driver: https://github.com/gluster/gluster-csi-driver
– Gluster-prometheus: https://github.com/gluster/gluster-prometheus
– Anthill – https://github.com/gluster/anthill/
For more details on the specific content of this release please refer .
If you are interested in contributing, please see  or contact the gluster-devel mailing list. We’re always interested in any bugs that you find, pull requests for new features and your feedback.
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