Blogs Infinispan 5.1.4.FINAL is out now!

Infinispan 5.1.4.FINAL is out now!

Infinispan 5.1.4.FINAL is out now fixing a bunch of issues as well as enhancing performance of Infinispan’s Memcached and REST servers, plus it now exposes a couple of new JMX attributes such as cache view (RpcManager.CommittedViewAsString & RpcManager.PendingViewAsString) and cluster name.

Please note that we’ve changed the default value of worker threads for Infinispan servers to be twice the number of processors instead of 20 times the number of processors in order to be more efficient out of the box. The number of worker threads is of course configurable, so you can always modify it according to your use case.

Full details of what has been fixed can be found here, and if you have feedback, please visit our forums. Finally, as always, you can download the release from here.

Cheers, Galder

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Please, download and test the latest release.

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