Blogs One more micro release, Infinispan 5.1.5.CR1 out now!

One more micro release, Infinispan 5.1.5.CR1 out now!

Infinispan 5.1.5.CR1 has just been released with a handful of crucial issues that we considered required another community release. If you’re a tree module user in JBoss AS7, or a an elastic Hot Rod server user,  or use XA datasources with Infinispan JDBC cache store, you should definitely upgrade to this version!

Infinispan 5.1 'Brahma' is a key component for a lot of projects both within and outside the boundaries of Red Hat, and this is reflected in all the micro releases we’ve done for 'Brahma' as Infinispan consumers near their final releases. From here I’d like to personally thank all the people behind these projects who have been crucial to the development of Infinispan. Expect a 5.1.5.FINAL in the next days which should wrap up the 'Brahma' release lifecycle barring a show-stopper! :)

As always, 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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