20190307 | Release 0.10.0
Today we release 0.10.0, a release with major changes under the hood that will make IPFS Cluster perform significantly faster with large pinsets and less memory demanding.
For those upgrading, this release is a mandatory step before any future upgrades, as it will upgrade the internal state to a new format which prepares the floor for the upcoming addition of an alternative CRDT-based “consensus” component. The new component will increase IPFS Cluster scalability orders of magnitude and unlock collaborative Cluster where random invididuals can collaborate in replicating content.
We also have a few new features:
- Path resolving before pinning and unpinning
- Ability to manually specify pin allocations
- Environment variable override to all configuration options
- Added the possibility to store custom metadata with all pins
Finally, the Cluster team would like to thank @alekswn and @roignpar for their awesome contributions!
Be sure to check the changelog for a detailed overview of changes and upgrade notices.