Eloquence version B.08.30 is currently in beta test stage.
A production release is expected to be available in Q3/2018.
The Eloquence B.08.30 release extends on the B.08.20
release and delivers improved efficiency and scalability as well
as updated technologies.
Noticeable changes include:
Database server performance and scalability improvements
Improved FTS scalability
Support for compressed forward log files
Support for Unicode terminal environment
Thread safe database client libraries
Support for "Big Endian" applications on Intel environments
Systemd support on Linux
Fixed a number of issues with more than 2 billion records in a table
Enhanced eloqsd server to support encrypted network connections.
Please refer to the
preliminary B.08.30 release notes
document for a description of changes.
For installation, please refer to the platform specific installation notes:
The Eloquence B.08.30 beta version is available for
download from the Eloquence web site.
For the Linux platform the new
yum repository and
make it easy to install and update Eloquence beta versions.
A beta version of the new
JDLG 2.0 is now available. It is fully backwards compatible
but was designed to take advantage of the new DLG protocol
version introduced with B.08.30.