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Infinispan 7.2.3.Final

Dear Infinispan users,

thanks to your help, a few bugs have been found and fixed in the Infinispan 7.2 branch. So if you are affected by any of the bugs below, now is the time to upgrade.


  • [ISPN-4123] - Remote Query tests random failures

  • [ISPN-5444] - Filter/converters in server can’t unmarshall custom cached classes

  • [ISPN-5522] - LIRS BoundedConcurrentHashMapv8 eviction for tree bin missing check

  • [ISPN-5524] - Race condition in SemaphoreCompletionService.executeFront()

  • [ISPN-5527] - Java system properties no longer supported in leveldb expiration path

  • [ISPN-5531] - java.lang.UnsupportedOperationException during remove (using RemoteCacheManager)

  • [ISPN-5543] - Bad tracef arguments are causing IllegalFormatConversionException

  • [ISPN-5560] - NotSerializableException for invalidation-cache

  • [ISPN-5565] - Memory leak in Hot Rod client tests

  • [ISPN-5566] - Listener Observation is not obeyed for non CacheEntryEvents


  • [ISPN-5519] - Cannot choose to run index-less query on an indexed cache in compat mode 

Again, downloads and release notes are at the usual pages, so go and check them out !

Happy hacking.

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Tristan Tarrant

Tristan has been leading the Infinispan Engineering Team at Red Hat for the past five years as well as being Principal Architect for Red Hat Data Grid. He’s been a passionate open-source advocate and contributor for nearly three decades.