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Redis 2.0.2 Bugfix Release

In case you missed the announcement of Redis 2.0.2:

  • Fixed a bug that may slow down significantly (from a few milliseconds to many seconds) server side intersections when a background write is in progress. This was due to the hash table resize policy, prevented when there was a saving child. Now it’s prevented only up to 5 times overbooking, so we try hard to prevent a lot of copy on write, but avoiding to trigger pathological hash table performances of O(N) instead of O(1).
  • Fixed expired keys counter in INFO output. It was not counting keys force-expired due to max-memory limit reached.

Changelog ☞ here and download ☞ here

Original title and link: Redis 2.0.2 Bugfix Release (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)