3.11.x seems to get more love from the community wrt patches. This is why I'd recommend 3.11.x for new projects.
Stay away from any of the 2.x series, they're going EOL soonish and the newer versions are very stable.
We run on the order of a thousand Cassandra nodes in production. Most of that is 3.0.16, but new clusters are defaulting to 3.11.2 and some older clusters have been upgraded to it as well.All of the bugs I encountered in 3.11.x were also seen in 3.0.x, but 3.11.x seems to get more love from the community wrt patches. This is why I'd recommend 3.11.x for new projects.Stay away from any of the 2.x series, they're going EOL soonish and the newer versions are very stable.Tom van der WoerdtSite Reliability EngineerBooking.com B.V.
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Subsidiary of Booking Holdings Inc. (NASDAQ: BKNG)On Sat, Mar 3, 2018 at 12:25 AM, Jeff Jirsa <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:I’d personally be willing to run 18.104.22.168.2 or 3 whatever should also be similar, but I haven’t personally tested it at any meaningful scale--Jeff Jirsa
On Mar 2, 2018, at 2:37 PM, Kenneth Brotman <email@example.com.INVALID> wrote:
Seems like a lot of people are running old versions of Cassandra. What is the best version, most reliable stable version to use now?