Twitter runs 0.8 in production/closer to trunk. No big issues from us.
We just migrated from .7.5 to .8.4 in our production environment and it was definitely the least painful transition yet (coming all the way from the .4 release series). It's been about a week for us but so far so good.
On Thu, Sep 8, 2011 at 9:25 PM, Dominic Williams <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:Hi I've just migrated to 0.8.5 and from first looks it is a giant leap forward- better use of CPU and memory- able to scrub files previously unfixable on 0.7.6-2etcOn 9 September 2011 01:45, Anthony Ikeda <email@example.com> wrote:We plan to and have been using it in Dev and QA. There are some bugs that have been fixed that we are looking forward to in 0.8.5 and probably that would be the better build for production (there is a quorum bug that we will need).Otherwise no other 0.8 issues that we are aware of. We did go through a long analysis of properly configuring connection options and getting the server setup right but DataStax were abe to support us and get us sorted.AnthonyOn Thu, Sep 8, 2011 at 2:44 PM, Anand Somani <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Currently we are using 0.7.4 and was wondering if I should upgrade to 0.7.8/9 or move to 0.8? Is anybody using 0.8 in production and what is their experience?