Saturday, 30 January 2010

StreamHub Reverse Ajax Server 2.0.14 Released

A new version of the StreamHub Reverse Ajax & Comet Server has been released today. This version contains a critical fix for those running StreamHub server on Linux. A bug has been fixed where certain conditions can cause the CPU usage to be unusually high. The problem was caused by an interaction with the underlying syscalls in Linux and has now been fixed. The bug should not effect Windows users. Linux users are recommended to upgrade as soon as possible to version 2.0.14 or later. A full list of the changes in this release can be found below:
  • Fixed - CPU thrashing on Linux.
  • Fixed - Minor bug when a single client is subscribed, a wayward unsubscribe by another client could remove them.
  • Release version now printed to StreamHub Server log files.
  • New experimental option in the Ajax SDK to use a polling connection type instead of streaming.
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Friday, 1 January 2010

Community Edition Licenses Extended

If you are getting this message when running the Community Edition:

StreamHub not started: License has expired

Then you may be using an old Community Edition License. To fix this problem, download the latest version (2.0.12 or greater), available from the StreamHub download page. If you do not wish to upgrade from the version you are currently using, just copy the license.txt file from the new version and overwrite your existing license.txt. Because of changes to the licensing behaviour, this may not work with versions prior to 2.0.6. In this case, we suggest you upgrade to the latest version. Please use our StreamHub Comet Forum if you experience any problems upgrading.