[erlang-questions] [ANN] CloudI 1.7.3 Released!

Michael Truog mjtruog@REDACTED
Sun Mar 4 03:48:16 CET 2018

SourceForge has had an outage lasting more than 78 hours.  So, if you 
have been unable to get the CloudI 1.7.3 release, the new download link 
is https://osdn.net/dl/cloudi/cloudi-1.7.3.tar.gz (or 

Future CloudI releases will exist at osdn.net

On 02/27/2018 02:53 PM, Michael Truog wrote:
> Download 1.7.3 from 
> http://sourceforge.net/projects/cloudi/files/latest/download
> The details for this release are below:
>   * cloudi_crdt was added to provide an easy way to have replicated
>     state among internal CloudI service processes
>     (implementing a POLog CRDT with an Erlang map,
>      see the Erlang count integration test for example use)
>   * All cloudi_core and internal CloudI service time tracking has
>     switched to monotonic time where it is advantageous
>     (e.g., CloudI service restart times, cloudi_queue, etc.)
>   * A bug preventing dest_list_deny and dest_list_allow from being
>     used for cloudi_service_http_cowboy, cloudi_service_http_elli
>     and cloudi_service_tcp was fixed (cloudi_service_children.hrl bug)
>   * cloudi_queue will now perform a new service name lookup upon a
>     retry if the pattern_pid() was not provided explicitly
>   * The file_size_limit argument was added to cloudi_service_queue
>     with the default value of 128MB
>   * Javascript CloudI API had a busy-wait bug causing excessive CPU
>     consumption which has been fixed
>   * Java 9 support was added
>   * OCaml >= 4.06 support was fixed by including num as a
>     compile-time dependency
>   * CloudI execution now uses a default umask of 0027 which may be
>     set with CLOUDI_UMASK (before the configure script is called)
>   * Bugs were fixed and other improvements were added
>     (see the ChangeLog for more detail)
> CloudI is a "universal integrator" using an Erlang core to provide
> fault-tolerance with efficiency and scalability.  The CloudI API
> provides a minimal interface to communicate among services so
> programming language agnostic and protocol agnostic integration can
> occur.  CloudI currently integrates with the programming languages:
> C/C++, Elixir, Erlang, Go, Haskell, Java, JavaScript/node.js,
> OCaml, PHP, Perl, Python, and Ruby,  Many reusable services are
> included that rely on the CloudI service bus.
> Please mention any problems, issues, or ideas!
> Thanks,
> Michael
> cloudi-1.7.3.tar.gz (16018747 bytes)
> 0a73f9b691c0a274304f601634b68fcd53b1df59eaffd10ccc2061bfe0f21869
> cloudi-1.7.3.tar.bz2 (13605380 bytes)
> a6576e92956a243cf20fe4f602d17fff311df5ee9ae12713ab727405edc2b157

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