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Announcing RonDB 21.10.1 beta release & 21.04.1 maintenance release

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7/29/2021
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Mikael Ronström

Today we are pleased to announce the release of two new RonDB releases.
The source code of RonDB is found in https://github.com/logicalclocks/rondb.
RonDB information is found through the RonDB website http://rondb.com.

Documentation of RonDB is found at http://docs.rondb.com.

RonDB 21.04.1 is a maintenance release of RonDB 21.04 that contains 3 new features and 18 bug fixes. RonDB 21.04 is a long-term support version that will be supported until 2024.RonDB 21.10.1 is a beta release of RonDB 21.10 that is based on RonDB 21.04.1 and contains an additional 4 features and 2 bug fixes. RonDB 21.10.1 improves throughput in the DBT2 benchmark by 70% compared to RonDB 21.04.1 and improves Sysbench benchmarks by about 10%.

Release Notes for 21.04.1 is found here.
https://docs.rondb.com/release_notes_21041

Release Notes for 21.10.1 is found here.
https://docs.rondb.com/release_notes_21101

You can download a binary tarball of RonDB 21.04.1 here.
http://repo.hops.works/master/rondb-21.04.1-linux-glibc2.17-x86_64.tar.gz

You can download a binary tarball of RonDB 21.10.1 here.
http://repo.hops.works/master/rondb-21.10.1-linux-glibc2.17-x86_64.tar.gz

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