Native Client for VMware Tanzu GemFire 10.2 Release Notes
Native Client for VMware Tanzu GemFire version 10.2 is based on Apache Geode Native.
The Apache Geode community has a host of examples based on the latest C++ and .NET APIs (https://github.com/apache/geode-native/tree/develop/examples).
Native Client for VMware Tanzu GemFire version 10.2 includes the following enhancements:
- Support for off-platform access to VMware Tanzu GemFire for VMs via SNI proxy
- Support for autoserializing unsigned types, guids, and decimals
- Support for lazy loading of OpenSSL, significantly improving the developer’s experience on Windows when using .NET
- Performance improvements for PDX deserialization
- Addition of a client-side exception for server low memory
This section describes issues resolved in each maintenance release of Native Client v10.2, showing the most recent release first.
GEMNC-505: Fixed a session state bug wherein session state entries were not being persisted for the full user-specified timeout.
GEODE-9412, GEMNC-504: Fixed a problem with unicode character translation that could cause client apps to crash with an “external component” exception.
GEODE-9147, GEMNC-501: Fixed an issue in the single-hop PutAll operation in which keys were silently dropped when the server bucket locations for the keys were not found. The operation now waives the single-hop restriction in this case to ensure that the PutAll operation is completed.
GEODE-9171, GEMNC-503: Fixed a memory leak in .NET client applications that occurred on cache closure.
GEODE-8887, GEMNC-495: Tightened up runtime initialization code to eliminate timing-related event messaging issues that could, on rare occasions, result in a client data operation being ignored on the server.
GEODE-8892: Loosened restrictions on log file names to allow characters that are legal in a variety of operating systems.
GEMNC-492: .NET session state provider now correctly parses a
locators parameter in
Web.config that specifies multiple locators.
GEMNC-494, GEODE-8806: Fixed log rolling code to properly honor file and disk space limits.
GEODE-7868: Added support for autoserializing unsigned types, guids, and decimals.
GEODE-7930: Endpoint names are no longer truncated to 99 characters. The Native Client now supports endpoint names that meet the RFC 2181 standard of 255 characters for fully-qualified domain names. This solution also corrects a spurious “Failed to add endpoint” error that was issued when, in fact, no error had occurred.
GEODE-7944: Fixed a “No locators available” exception that occurred when subscriptions are enabled and
GEODE-8015, GEMNC-470: Added debugging symbols to the released libraries. The Native Client release for Windows now includes a .pdb symbol file. On Linux, the symbols are now embedded in the shared library (.so file).
GEODE-8053: Fixed a shutdown hang. The statistics-gathering system’s StatsManager no longer attempts to run on a closed, but not yet destroyed, Cache instance.
GEODE-8102: Added support for lazy loading of OpenSSL, significantly improving the developer’s experience on Windows when using .NET.
GEODE-8181: Changed default setting for
false to match behavior of the Java client.
GEODE-8212: Reduced the number of server connections required to obtain a type ID, improving the performance of PDX deserialization.
GEODE-8537: Fixed a memory leak that occurred when LRU eviction was enabled.
GEODE-8614: Added a client-side exception for server low memory.
GEODE-8397, GEODE-8398: Extended PoolFactory API to support SNI proxy and added SNI support to .NET API.
GEODE-8441, GEMNC-468: Fixed an issue where AppDomainContext was initialized too late, generating the exception “Can’t pass GCHandle across AppDomains”.
GEODE-8674, GEMNC-488: Fixed a memory leak that occurred when a DataInput object created using a constructor with a buffer parameter is removed.
GEODE-8754, GEMNC-485: Fixed a deserialization error in .NET DataInput::ReadObject.
GEODE-8773, GEMNC-490: Fixed bug which caused client PING and CLOSE_CONNECTION calls to implicitly initiate a transaction on servers.