Netezza Performance Server 18.104.22.168 release notes
Version 22.214.171.124 provides a number of fixes (Postmaster, Postgres) and enhancements, such as Guardium support.
- If you are using custom SSL certificates, learn how to preserve them across Netezza Performance Server upgrade. For more information, see Preserving custom SSL certificates.
- Learn about the preferred cipher suites, how to enable, disable the TLS 1.2 ciphers, and create and enable certificates if you are on 126.96.36.199, 11.2.15, 188.8.131.52 or later. For more information, see TLS 1.2 ciphers.
New features and enhancements
Guardium support is introduced. You can enable query and result sharing for auditing and policy enforcement purposes. For more information, see Enabling query and result sharing with Guardium.
- Added support for Kerberos authentication over SSL for the ODBC, JDBC, and OLEDB drivers.
- Fixed the issue with Postmaster crashing when a non-Boolean field was compared to a list of Boolean values.
- Fixed the issue with Postmaster crashing when an SQL referring fence UDF got abort signal.
- Fixed the issue with Postmaster memory growing when user query with exist clause accessed
multiple catalog tables, including
- Fixed the issue with Postgres crashing for CTE queries with a column alias that starts with an underscore.
- Fixed the issue with Netezza Performance Server replica crashing when the role was being changed to primary.
- Fixed the issue with the .NET driver being unable to cast object of type
- Fixed the issue with functions not being accessible after the system case was changed to lowercase.
nzrestorefails if backup is taken with
- Whenever the
nzrestorefailure happens with following error:
Check the backup command and verify whether
[Restore Server] : Starting the restore process [Restore Server] : Operation aborted Error: Connector exited with error: 'The specified key does not exist. with address : xx.xxx.xx.xxx'.
BUCKET_URLis having slashes as shown in the following example:
UNIQUE_IDis a combination of string that is taken from
BUCKET_URLafter the first slash and actual
UNIQUE_ID. Pass these two arguments to the