Couchbase Server 5.5.0 (Developer Build) is a significant update of the Couchbase Data Platform. This release specifically highlights agility, performance, and manageability and includes enhancements to existing services as well as new server and SDK components. Take a look at What's New? for a list of new features and improvements that are available in this release.
Couchbase Server 5.5.0 Developer Build was released in March 2018.
This pre-release version of Couchbase Server 5.5 (Developer Build) is intended for development purposes only. Some features are still in development and may have some rough edges and bugs, and may change significantly before the final GA release. This pre-release version is not supported in production.
The pre-release versions do not support upgrading from an earlier version of Couchbase Server.
|MB-28453||Summary: Eventing service uses a feature in Memcached which is known to have a race condition that may cause Memcached to restart.|
Summary: It is possible for a rebalance of the Analytics nodes to always fail if:
|MB-26478||Summary: On Windows, a system limitation with the Analytics statistics may cause “system load” to have a negative value. Additionally, on Windows and mac OS, the statistics for “bytes read/sec” and “bytes written/sec” are not reported and always show zero.|
|MB-26065||Summary: Rebalance exits with reason "janitor_agent_servant_died". This was observed when the client connection was re-established, causing the RBAC privileges to be reloaded.|
|MB-23074||Summary: Performance issues may be observed when running Couchbase Server on CentOS 7.3 with kernel 3.10.0-514.6.|
|MB-17571||Summary: On an undersized node, the default memory quota assigned to all the selected services by the server might result in a failure.
Workaround: Adjust the memory allocations appropriately to work around this issue.
|MB-26418||With failed EXPLAIN queries, the error was not being checked before trying to render non-existent the query plan, causing a UI hang.|