Redis 2.4.2

Redis 2.4.2 has been released with some important fixes :

* [BUGFIX] Unix socket creation mask config directive fixed.
* [BUGFIX] Fixed a bug that forced Redis to continously rewrite the AOF file
           when a manual BGREWRITEAOF was issued during a BGSAVE was
           still in progress.
* [BUGFIX] Fixed a server crash resulting from bad handling of SLAVEOF NO ONE.
* [BUGFIX] Fixed a memory leak in redis-cli.
* Debian/Ubuntu Redis system-wide installation script added under /utils.

Packages are now available for Debian 6.0 “Squeeze” for both amd64 and i386 architectures.


Packages of Nginx 1.0.8 are available

A new stable version of Nginx, numbered 1.0.8, has been released two weeks ago. It brings bug fixes and a new mp4 module. Take a look at the full list of changes before upgrading.

Here are the changes on the Dotdeb side :

  • the Http Headers More module has been included in nginx-extras,
  • the Http Chunkin module has been included in nginx-extras,
  • nginx-light now supports the Http Stub Status module,
  • the HTTP Push module is still present in the nginx-extras package but it may be removed in future releases because of stability issues.

Nginx 1.0.8 is available :

  • for both Debian 6.0 “Squeeze” and Debian 5.0 “Lenny”
  • for both amd64 and i386 architectures

Redis 2.4.1 is out!

A few days ago, Redis 2.4.0, then Redis 2.4.1, have been released with some important changes since the 2.2 branch :
  1. a bunch of optimizations for both size and speed
  2. improved RDB persistence
  3. deprecated VM
  4. no Redis cluster
  5. no scripting

I’m proud to announce that packages of Redis 2.4.1 are now available on Dotdeb for Debian 6.0 “Squeeze” amd64/i386.

(You’ll find everything you want to know about Redis 2.4 on this blog post, by antirez. Please read it carefully before upgrading.)


Maatkit is now known as Percona Toolkit

Useful tool for any MySQL DBA, Maatkit is a collection a utilities that ease painful MySQL manipulations (archive tables, keep a slave in sync, analyse slow queries…).

Or should I say “Maatkit was…”. In fact, it’s now known as “Percona Toolkit” and it’s available on Dotdeb for both Debian 6.0 “Squeeze” and 5.0 “Lenny”.