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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 5.0.3, Package name: redis-5.0.3, Maintainer: fhajny

Redis is an advanced key-value store. It is similar to memcached but the
dataset is not volatile, and values can be strings, exactly like in memcached,
but also lists, sets, and ordered sets. All these data types can be manipulated
with atomic operations to push/pop elements, add/remove elements, perform
server side union, intersection, and difference between sets, and so forth.
Redis also supports different kinds of sorting.

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Master sites:

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   2018-12-15 22:12:25 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (67) | Package updated
Log message:
*: update email for fhajny
   2018-12-13 20:35:12 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (2)
Log message:
redis: ... and new patches
   2018-12-13 20:34:33 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (5) | Package updated
Log message:
redis: updated to 5.0.3

Redis 5.0.3
Upgrade urgency HIGH: Redis 5 is consolidating, upgrading is a good idea.
                      However there is nothing very critical here, but certain
                      issues resolved could lead to very rare crashes.

Welcome to Redis 5.0.3, several interesting bug fixes here:

* Redis no longer panics when you send data to a replica-mode connection that
  is in MONITOR or SYNC mode.

* Fixes to certain sorted set edge cases. You are unlikely to ever notice those
  issues, but now it is more correct.

* Certain BSD variants now are better supported: build & register logging
  on crash.

* The networking core now recovers if an IPv6 address is listed in bind but
  is actually not able to work because there is no such protocol in the

* redis-cli cluster mode improved in many ways. Especially the fix subcommand
  work was enhanced to cover other edge cases that were still not covered
  after the work done for Redis 5.

* MEMORY USAGE is now more accurate.

* DEBUG DIGEST-VALUE added in case you want to make sure a given set of keys
  (and not the whole DB) are excatly the same between two instances.

* Fix a potential crash in the networking code related to recent changes
  to the way the reply is consumed.

* Reject EXEC containing write commands against an instance that changed role
  from master to replica during our transaction.

* Fix a crash in KEYS and other commands using pattern matching, in an edge
  case where the pattern contains a zero byte.

* Fix eviction during AOF loading due to maxmemory triggered by commands
  executed in loading state.

Redis 5.0.2
Upgrade urgency: CRITICAL if you use streams and consumer groups.
                 HIGH if you use redis-cli with Redis Cluster.
                 LOW otherwise.

Welcome to Redis 5.0.2. This release fixes two issues with Streams consumer
groups, where items could be returned duplicated by XREADGROUP when accessing
the history, and another bug where XREADGROUP can report some history even
if the comsumer pending list is empty. Both problems were addressed and unit
tests to avoid regressions implemented. Moreover this release fixes some
issue with redis-cli when in cluster mode. Finally some FreeBSD and DragonFly
build problems are now resolved. The list of the commits is below.

Redis 5.0.1
Upgrade urgency: URGENT if you use Redis Streams. MODERATE otherwise.

Hi all, this is the first patch level release of Redis 5. It contains
both fixes and improvements. Here there is a list of the major ones, however
read the commit messages at the end of the changelog if you want to know
more about the smaller things. Let's start with the new features:

* Sentinel now supports authentication! Check the Sentinel official doc
  for more info.

* Redis-cli cluster "fix" is now able to fix a big number of clusters put
  in a bad condition. Previously many corner cases were not covered.

Now the critical fixes:

1. Fix RESTORE mismatch reply when certain keys already expired.
2. Fix an XCLAIM non trivial issue: sometimes the command returned a wrong
   entry or desynchronized the protocol.

And now the other fixes:

3. Stack trace generation on the Raspberry PI (and 32bit ARM) fixed.
4. Don't evict expired keys when the KEYS command is called, in order to
   avoid a mass deletion event. However expired keys are not displayed
   by KEYS as usually.
5. Improvements in the computation of the memory used, when estimating
   the AOF buffers.
6. XRANGE COUNT of 0 fixed.
7. "key misses" stats accounting fixed. Many cache misses were not counted.
8. When in MULTI state, return OOM while accumulating commands and there
   is no longer memory available.
9. Fix build on FreeBSD and possibly others.
10. Fix a crash in Redis modules, thread safe context reply accumulation.
11. Fix a race condition when producing the RDB file for full SYNC.
12. Disable protected mode in Sentinel.
13. More commands now have the HELP subcommand.
14. Fixed an issue about adaptive server HZ timer.
15. Fix cluster-replica-no-failover option name.

Redis 5.0.0
Upgrade urgency CRITICAL: Several fixes to streams AOF and replication.

1. The new Stream data type. https://redis.io/topics/streams-intro
2. New Redis modules APIs: Timers, Cluster and Dictionary APIs.
3. RDB now store LFU and LRU information.
4. The cluster manager was ported from Ruby (redis-trib.rb) to C code
   inside redis-cli. Check `redis-cli --cluster help` for more info.
5. New sorted set commands: ZPOPMIN/MAX and blocking variants.
6. Active defragmentation version 2.
7. Improvemenets in HyperLogLog implementations.
8. Better memory reporting capabilities.
9. Many commands with sub-commands now have an HELP subcommand.
10. Better performances when clients connect and disconnect often.
11. Many bug fixes and other random improvements.
12. Jemalloc was upgraded to version 5.1
14. The LOLWUT command was added. http://antirez.com/news/123
15. We no longer use the "slave" word if not for API backward \ 
16. Differnet optimizations in the networking layer.
17. Lua improvements:
    - Better propagation of Lua scripts to replicas / AOF.
    - Lua scripts can now timeout and get in -BUSY state in the replica as well.
18. Dynamic HZ to balance idle CPU usage with responsiveness.
19. The Redis core was refactored and improved in many ways.
   2018-08-19 10:39:36 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
redis: updated to 4.0.11

Redis 4.0.11:

Upgrade urgency HIGH: not critical but very important bugs fixed.

Dear users, this is just a bugfix release of Redis 4. All new work
is now focused on Redis 5, however we backported a number of bug fixes here:

* The disconnection time between the master and slave was reset in an
  incorrect place, sometimes a good slave will not be able to failover
  because it claims it was disconnected for too much time from the master.
* A replication bug, rare to trigger but non impossible, is in Redis for
  years. It was lately discovered at Redis Labs and fixed by Oran Agra.
  It may cause disconnections, desynchronizations and other issues.
* RANDOMKEY may go in infinite loop on rare situations. Now fixed.
* EXISTS now works in a more consistent way on slaves.
* Sentinel: backport of an option to deny a potential security problem
  when the SENTINEL command is used to configure an arbitrary script
  to execute.
   2018-08-02 16:47:34 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
Log message:
redis: updated to 4.0.10

Redis 4.0.10 fixes a number of important issues:

* Important security issues related to the Lua scripting engine.
  Please check https://github.com/antirez/redis/issues/5017
  for more information.

* A bug with SCAN, SSCAN, HSCAN and ZSCAN, that may not return all the elements.
  We also add a regression test that can trigger the issue often when present, and
  may in theory be able to find unrelated regressions.

* A PSYNC2 bug is fixed: Redis should not expire keys when saving RDB files
  because otherwise it is no longer possible to use such RDB file as a base
  for partial resynchronization. It no longer represents the right state.

* Compatibility of AOF with RDB preamble when the RDB checksum is disabled.

* Sentinel bug that in some cases prevented Sentinel to detect that the master
  was down immediately. A delay was added to the detection.

* Other minor issues.
   2018-07-16 01:35:35 by Maya Rashish | Files touched by this commit (1)
Log message:
redis: force -march=i586 on x86_32 to allow 8 byte atomics
(netbsd defaults to i486 and doesn't provide magic to hide this)

Fixes PR pkg/53451
   2018-04-23 16:57:57 by Filip Hajny | Files touched by this commit (2)
Log message:
Fix missing llroundl on NetBSD. Fixes pkg/52599.
   2018-04-04 12:47:49 by Filip Hajny | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
Log message:
databases/redis: Update to 4.0.9.

- Fix a critical AOF bug when fsync policy set to "always"
- Latency monitor could report wrong latencies under certain conditions.
- AOF rewriting could fail when a backgronud rewrite is triggered and
  at the same time the AOF is switched on/off.
- Redis Cluster crash-recovery safety improved.
- Other smaller fixes (check commnits).
- Redis Cluster has now the ability to configure certain slaves so that
  they'll never attempt a failover.
- Keyspace notifications API in modules.
- RM_Call() is now faster by reusing the same client.
- Tracking of the percentage of keys already logically expired but yet
  not evicted.