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Redis 3.0.5 has been released on October 15th 2015, bringing some replication fixes and new cluster features.

The upgrade urgency moderate :

the most important thing is a fix in the replication code that may make the slave hanging forever if the master remains with an open socket even if it is no longer able to reply.

The packages are now available :

  • for Debian 8 “Jessie”, Debian 7 “Wheezy” and Debian 6 “Squeeze”
  • on both amd64 and i386 architectures.

2 Responses to “Redis 3.0.5”

  1. akovacs

    Hi! Updating to 3.0.5 led a failure of Redis server. I wonder if others have the same issue.

    syslog: redis-server.service has an incorrect call of “kill -TERM”

    Nov 3 16:50:22 fe1 systemd[1]: redis-server.service start-post operation timed out. Stopping.
    Nov 3 16:50:22 fe1 kill[27555]: kill: invalid argument T
    Nov 3 16:50:22 fe1 kill[27555]: Usage:
    Nov 3 16:50:22 fe1 kill[27555]: kill [options] […]
    Nov 3 16:50:22 fe1 kill[27555]: Options:
    Nov 3 16:50:22 fe1 kill[27555]: […] send signal to every listed
    Nov 3 16:50:22 fe1 kill[27555]: -, -s, –signal
    Nov 3 16:50:22 fe1 kill[27555]: specify the to be sent
    Nov 3 16:50:22 fe1 kill[27555]: -l, –list=[] list all signal names, or convert one to a name
    Nov 3 16:50:22 fe1 kill[27555]: -L, –table list all signal names in a nice table
    Nov 3 16:50:22 fe1 kill[27555]: -h, –help display this help and exit
    Nov 3 16:50:22 fe1 kill[27555]: -V, –version output version information and exit
    Nov 3 16:50:22 fe1 kill[27555]: For more details see kill(1).

    When fixed, the redis-server.service script still returns an error. I needed to downgrade to 3.0.4