Release Notes

Discover the new features, updates, and known limitations in this release of the Cassandra Service

Release Notes for Cassandra Service version 2.7.0-3.11.4

Updates

Upgrading your cluster from 2.5.0-3.11.3 to 2.7.0-3.11.4

  • It is possible to upgrade directly to 2.7.0-3.11.4 from version 2.5.0-3.11.3. However, you’ll need to run the following command to successfully upgrade your Apache Cassandra package:

    dcos cassandra update start --package-version=2.7.0-3.11.4 --replace
    

Release Notes for Cassandra Service version 2.6.0-3.11.4

Updates

  • Upgraded Cassandra to version 3.11.4
  • Upgraded SDK library to version 0.56.1
  • Oracle JDK has been replaced with OpenJDK 8

New Features

  • Added support for both custom and Apache Cassandra’s native authentication and authorization mechanisms
  • Added support for DSS volume profiles
  • User defined functions are now configurable
  • Added custom domain support

Improvements

  • Many of Cassandra’s parameters are now configurable from the DC/OS UI.

Upgrading your cluster from 2.5.0-3.11.3 to 2.6.0-3.11.4

  • Run the following command to upgrade your Cassandra package:
    dcos cassandra update start --package-version=2.6.0-3.11.4 --replace
    

Release Notes for Cassandra Service version 2.5.0-3.11.3

Upgrades

  • Upgrade Cassandra to version 3.11.3
  • Upgraded SDK library to version 0.55.2

New Features

  • Readiness-check interval, timeout, and delay are now configurable properties
  • The number of open file descriptors (RLIMIT_NOFILE) is now a configurable property

Improvements

  • Service names are now validated with a regex.

Release Notes for Cassandra Service version 2.4.0-3.0.16

Bug Fixes

  • Fix a bug where an out of date configuration ID would be selected when restarting or replacing pods. This could lead to configuration updates being reverted to the values with which the service was initially deployed. (#2694)

Updates

  • Upgrade JRE to 1.8u192 to address CVEs.