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EventStoreDB 3.2.0 Released

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Event Store 3.2.0 is now released! The headline feature is support for the “competing consumers” messaging pattern with Persistent Subscriptions, but there have been numerous other improvements. This follows hot on the heels of 3.1.0, which was quietly released a little over three weeks ago, and adds many features, some of which had been on the dev branch (more posts on that over the next week) for a while. This is the first upgrade released...


Easier Development Builds on Unix-like Operating Systems

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A common complaint we’ve heard about Event Store since it was originally open sourced is that it’s complex to make development builds locally - and they were slow - and thus the project was hard to contribute to. As part of our recent work on Event Store v3.1.0 (more on this in another post) we decided to rectify this. Event Store is primarily written in C#, and builds on Mono on Linux and MacOS and...


EventStoreDB 3.0.4 Released

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Event Store 3.0.4 contains a fix for a bug in initial replication of merged transaction file chunks, and numerous fixes in the user interface. It is now available both to users of the open-source product, and to commercial customers. Commercial customers will find the release builds of Event Store 3.0.4 in their download areas. The release notes for Event Store 3.0.3 are below. Event Store Server Fixed a bug which could cause a replica to...


EventStoreDB 3.0.3 Released

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Hot on the heels of Event Store 3.0.2 last week is Event Store 3.0.3, which contains a fix for a problem some users experienced when scavenging databases with large numbers of merged transaction file chunks. There is no immediate need to upgrade for those using 3.0.2, though it’s recommended anyone using any earlier version should upgrade if possible. The release notes for Event Store 3.0.3 are below. Event Store Server Fixed a bug which could...


EventStoreDB 3.0.2 Released

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tl;dr - all users of Event Store should upgrade to version 3.0.2. Event Store OSS v3.0.2 includes a critical fix recommended for all users of Event Store, as well as some minor updates to the User Interface. This also co-incides with the release of the commercial edition of Event Store HA 3.0.2, and version 3.0.2 of the .NET client API, which is available on the [EventStore NuGet gallery](https://www.nuget.org/profiles/eventstore. The changes are listed below: Event Store...


EventStoreDB 3.0.1 Released

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Hot on the heels of version 3.0.0, which was released at our Birthday Party in London on September 17th, 2014, we’re pleased to announce a service release of Event Store, version 3.0.1. This fixes a number of small bugs and updates the bundled version of the uder interface. The release notes are below. Event Store Server macOS binaries are now compatible with macOS 10.7 and above (#275) Gossip can be requested as application/xml or text/xml...


EventStoreDB 3.0.0 Released

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As many people know, we released version 3.0.0 of Event Store at our birthday party in London on September 17th, 2014. Traditionally when we’ve released, we’ve posted the release notes here - but better late than never! Headline features Version 3.0.0 supports quorum-based high availability clustering. In-memory mode allows the Event Store to run without writing to disk. Embedded mode allows hosting of the Event Store in your own processes. New UI which uses HTML5...


EventStoreDB 3.0.0 - Configuration Changes

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As we gear up to launch version 3.0.0 of [Event Store](/event-store/) at our annual birthday party (which you should totally come to!), we decided it would be a good idea to run a short series of articles describing some of the new features and changes for those who haven’t seen them. If there are things you want to know about in particular, please get in touch on Twitter, @eventstore Configuration Changes Since version 1 of...


EventStoreDB 3.0.0 - Using Event Store from the JVM

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As we gear up to launch version 3.0.0 of [Event Store](/event-store/) at our annual birthday party (which you should totally come to!), we decided it would be a good idea to run a short series of articles describing some of the new features and changes for those who haven’t seen them. If there are things you want to know about in particular, please get in touch on Twitter, @eventstore Using Event Store From JVM Languages...


EventStoreDB 3.0.0 - Static Linking & Where Did SingleNode Go?

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As we gear up to launch version 3.0.0 of [Event Store](/event-store/) at our annual birthday party (which you should totally come to!), we decided it would be a good idea to run a short series of articles describing some of the new features and changes for those who haven’t seen them. If there are things you want to know about in particular, please get in touch on Twitter, @eventstore Where did SingleNode go? Most people...