MongoDB 3.2.10 is released

September 29, 2016

MongoDB 3.2.10 is out and is ready for production deployment. This release contains only fixes since 3.2.9, and is a recommended upgrade for all 3.2 users.

Fixed in this release:

  • SERVER-12048 Calling "service mongod start" with mongod running prevents "service mongod stop" from working
  • SERVER-16801 Update considers a change in numerical type to be a noop
  • SERVER-20306 75% excess memory usage under WiredTiger during stress test
  • SERVER-24885 The systemd MaxTasks feature can prevent mongod from accepting new connections
  • SERVER-24971 Excessive memory held by sessions when application threads do evictions
  • SERVER-25478 Use wtimeout in sh.setBalancerState
  • SERVER-25951 Report additional metrics in getMore slowms logging
  • SERVER-25974 Application threads stall for extended period when cache fills
  • TOOLS-1429 mongostat panic when monitored server is restarted
  • WT-2026 Maximum pages size at eviction too large
  • WT-2924 Ensure we are doing eviction when threads are waiting for it

3.2 Release Notes | All Issues | Downloads

As always, please let us know of any issues.

-- The MongoDB Team

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