This is a quick heads-up post about a behaviour change when running a gevent based application using the new pymongo 3 driver under uWSGI and its gevent loop. I was naturally curious about testing this brand new and major update of the python driver for mongoDB so I just played it dumb : update and […]
I’m pleased to announce those latest mongoDB related bumps. The next version bump will be for the brand new mongoDB 2.6 for which I’ll add some improvements to the Gentoo ebuild so stay tuned 😉 mongodb-2.4.10 fixes some memory leaks start elections if more than one primary is detected fixes issues about indexes building and […]
First of all, I’d like to point out a quite big change in the Gentoo mongodb package. The Chromium team responsible for the v8 package decided to stop its maintenance as it was too much trouble to be used efficiently as a shared library (mainly due to upstream’s breakage behavior). Even tho I don’t like […]
mongodb-2.4.6 The folks at 10gen discovered a severe bug in the mongoDB chunk migration process on sharded environments. Basically, depending of the size of your documents, there was a chance that some get lost during data migration ! Relax tho, this case affected only the chunks containing documents which size are in the range of 16,776,185 […]
mongodb-2.4.4 Just bumped it to portage and fixed an open bug along. This is yet another bugfix release which backports the switch to the Cyrus SASL2 library for sasl authentication (kerberos). Dependencies were adjusted so you no longer need libgsasl on your systems (remember to depclean). highlights config upgrade fails if collection missing “key” field […]
pyzmq-184.108.40.206 This one is very interesting to me because the code from the mighty gevent-zeromq library which brought gevent support to pyzmq has been merged into it ! I find it very humble and positive for the Open Source community to see such merges and want to express my gratitude to Travis Cline and the […]
mongodb-2.2.2 This is a bugfix release of mongoDB, there is nothing major to note about it so just have a look at the changelog. pymongo-2.4 Ok here’s a bigger cake we’ll have to focus on as you will have to adapt your code to use it properly. Don’t be scared, upgrading will not instantly break […]
The mongoDB python driver pymongo was bumped to v2.2.1 in portage. Changelog highlights : fixes an incompatibility with mod_wsgi 2.x that could cause connections to leak See the complete changelog.
I just baked a new ebuild available now in portage : dev-python/flask-pymongo ! This is an extension for the Flask python microframework which simplifies the use of the mighty PyMongo for all your mongoDB usages. Enjoy !
The mongoDB python driver pymongo was bumped to v2.2 and is now in portage. Changelog highlights : Support for Python 3 Support for Gevent Improved connection pooling See the complete changelog.