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Release: Riak 0.12.0, Improving Failure Recovery

I’m not really sure how I’ve missed the release of Riak 0.12.0 last week. The ☞ release notes are listing over 30 enhancements and bug fixes. Another important update coming with Riak 0.12.0 is the improved failure recovery:

Riak now uses a new and improved mechanism for determining whether a node is fully online and ready to participate in Riak operations. This is especially important in failure recovery situations, as it allows the storage backend to complete a full integrity check and repair process.

Riak is getting closer to celebrate 1 year and there were more than 12 releases during this year. That’s a nice pace for a project!

Meanwhile, Riak has got a library in Go named ☞ Goriak whose API is described ☞ here, but also a Javascript library for node.js[1]: ☞ riak-js.


  1. As we can see in how many mentions node.js sees in the NoSQL database world, I’d say people are looking for interesting ways to connect the two technologies.  ()