July 27, 2017 – Alert: Linux Defects Can Corrupt Mirror Copies of Journal Files

InterSystems has encountered defects in Linux which can corrupt copies of journal files that are generated on a mirror backup or async member; this occurs only in certain specific configurations. The original mirror journal file created on the primary member is not affected.

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Hi, Community!

Recently we announced Developer Community Meetup in Cambridge, MA. Let me describe what is it. 

Meetup it's a one evening event where you can enjoy some sessions by presenters (today InterSystems engineers, tomorrow you can be a presenter) and chat with local developers and InterSystems developers, engineers and product managers (depends on who is in town) and discuss your problems, experience, and success with InterSystems technologies.

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Hi, Community!

Hope you have already put in your schedule the visit to InterSystems Global Summit 2017 which will take place on 10-13 of September in remarkable JW Marriott Desert Springs Resort and Spa.

This year we have Experience Lab, The Unconference, and 50 more other sessions, regarding performance, cloud, scalability, FHIR, high availability and other solutions and best practices.

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June 26, 2017 – Alert: Data Corruption with Mixed Endian Mirror Shadowing

InterSystems has corrected a defect that may result in corruption of Unicode data on a shadow system whose source is an async mirror member.

This defect affects all currently released Caché, Ensemble, and HealthShare distributions beginning with version 2012.2.0.  All platforms and operating systems are affected.

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