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Redis 2.4.4 Released Fixes Potential Issue in Jemalloc

A new version of Redis is available for download and it is a recommended upgrade for all users as it addresses a potentially serious issue in jemalloc.

The complete list of changes:

  • [BUGFIX] jemalloc upgraded to version 2.2.5, previous versions had a potentially serious issue when allocating big memory areas, something that Redis actually does. However we never received bug reports that appear to be caused by jemalloc.
  • [BUGFIX] DISCARD now clears DIRTY_CAS flag in the client. Now the next transaction will not fail if the previous transaction used WATCH and the key was touched.
  • CLIENT LIST output modified to include the last command executed by clients.
  • Better bug report on crash.
  • Protocol errors are now logged for loglevel >= verbose.
  • Two new INFO fields related to AOF, that can be useful when investigating Redis issues.

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