Features and Improvements in ArangoDB 3.9
The following list shows in detail which features have been added or improved in ArangoDB 3.9. ArangoDB 3.9 also contains several bug fixes that are not listed here.
Added three decay functions to AQL:
Decay functions calculate a score with a function that decays depending on the distance of a numeric value from a user given origin.
DECAY_GAUSS(41, 40, 5, 5, 0.5) // 1 DECAY_LINEAR(5, 0, 10, 0, 0.2) // 0.6 DECAY_EXP(2, 0, 10, 0, 0.2) // 0.7247796636776955
Configurable root redirect
Added two options to
arangod to allow HTTP redirection customization for
/) call of the HTTP API:
--http.permanently-redirect-root: if true (default), use a permanent redirection (use HTTP 301 code), if false fall back to temporary redirection (use HTTP 302 code).
--http.redirect-root-to: redirect of root URL to a specified path. Redirects to
/_admin/aardvark/index.htmlif not set (default).
The arangod server now provides a command
--version-json to print version
information in JSON format. This output can be used by tools that need to
programmatically inspect an arangod executable.
More powerful arangovpack
The arangovpack utility supports more input and output formats (JSON and
VelocyPack, plain or hex-encoded). The former options
have been removed and have been replaced with separate options for specifying
the input and output types:
The former option
--print-non-json has been replaced with the new option
--fail-on-non-json which makes arangovpack
fail when trying to emit non-JSON types to JSON output.
The compiler version used to build the ArangoDB Linux executables has been upgraded from g++ 9.3.0 to g++ 10.2.1. g++ 10 is also the expected version of g++ when compiling ArangoDB from source.
The minimum architecture requirements have been raised from the Westmere architecture to the Sandy Bridge architecture. 256-bit AVX instructions are now expected to be present on all targets that run ArangoDB 3.9 executables. If a target does not support AVX instructions, it may fail with SIGILL at runtime.