Here is a summary of significant changes introduced in specific versions of Tarantool.
For smaller feature changes and bug fixes, see closed milestones at GitHub.
What’s new in Tarantool 2.0?¶
Support for a substantial subset of ISO/IEC 9075:2011 SQL standard, including JOINs, subqueries and VIEWs. See details in our SQL tutorial.
What’s new in Tarantool 1.7.6?¶
Tarantool 1.7.6 was released on November 7, 2017.
String indexes can have collations.
New options are available for:
What’s new in Tarantool 1.7?¶
The disk-based storage engine, which was called sophia or phia in earlier versions, is superseded by the vinyl storage engine.
There are new types for indexed fields.
The LuaJIT version is updated.
Automatic replica set bootstrap (for easier configuration of a new replica set) is supported.
space_object:inc() function is removed.
space_object:dec() function is removed.
space_object:bsize() function is added.
box.coredump() function is removed, for an alternative see
hot_standby configuration option is added.
Configuration parameters revised:
- Parameters renamed:
slab_alloc_arena(in gigabytes) to
- Until Tarantool 2.0, you can use deprecated parameters for both initial and runtime configuration, but Tarantool will display a warning. Also, you can specify both deprecated and up-to-date parameters, provided that their values are harmonized. If not, Tarantool will display an error.
What’s new in Tarantool 1.6?¶
Tarantool 1.6 is no longer getting major new features, although it will be maintained. The developers are concentrating on Tarantool version 1.9.