We’re pleased to announce we’ve released RDB Loader version 5.2.1
This patch release brings stability improvements and dependency updates to address security vulnerabilities. These are the highlights:
Destroy and create new SSH tunnel after errors in Redshift Loader (Github issue)
On all loaders, create atomic events table on startup if it doesn’t exist (Github issue)
Add timeout to rollback and commit statements to get rid of inaccurate ‘Loader is stuck’ alerts (Github issue)
Trim the alert error message for loader shutting down (Github issue)
Upgrading to 5.2.1
If you are already using a recent version of RDB Loader (3.0.0 or higher) then upgrading to 5.2.1 is as simple as pulling the newest docker images. There are no changes needed to your configuration files.
docker pull snowplow/transformer-pubsub:5.2.1 docker pull snowplow/transformer-kinesis:5.2.1 docker pull snowplow/rdb-loader-redshift:5.2.1 docker pull snowplow/rdb-loader-snowflake:5.2.1 docker pull snowplow/rdb-loader-databricks:5.2.1
The Snowplow docs site has a full guide to running the RDB Loader.