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GlusterFS 3.4.7beta4 is now available for testing


The 4th beta for GlusterFS 3.4.7 is now available for testing. A handful of bugs have been fixed since the 3.4.6 release, check the references below for details.

Bug reporters are encouraged to verify the fixes, and we invite others to test this beta to check for regressions. The ETA for 3.4.7 GA is tentatively set for April 6 so time is short for testing. Please note that the 3.4 release will EOL when 3.7 is released.

Packages for different distributions can be found on the main download site.

Release Notes for GlusterFS 3.4.7

GlusterFS 3.4.7 consists entirely of bug fixes. The Release Notes for 3.4.0, 3.4.1, 3.4.2, 3.4.3, 3.4.4, 3.4.5, and 3.4.6 contain a listing of all the new features that were added and bugs fixed in the GlusterFS 3.4 stable release.

The following changes are included in 3.4.7:

  • 33608f5 cluster/dht: Changed log level to DEBUG
  • 076143f protocol: Log ENODATA & ENOATTR at DEBUG in removexattr_cbk
  • a0aa6fb build: argp-standalone, conditional build and build with gcc-5
  • 35fdb73 api: versioned symbols in for compatibility
  • 8bc612d cluster/dht: set op_errno correctly during migration.
  • 8635805 cluster/dht: Fixed double UNWIND in lookup everywhere code

Known Issues:

  • memory leak in glusterfs fuse bridge
  • File replicas differ in content even as heal info lists 0 entries in replica 2 setup


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