- User is notified with a warning sign when backups are not configured
- User is notified with a popup message when data migration is completed or failed
- ‘Delete table’ action is added to Data Consistency tab
- List of databases granted to ClickHouse user are displayed
- Quick filter was added in order to see unhealthy nodes on a Dashboard page
- Cluster tags for GCP environments in order to split costs by clusters
- ‘Environment Settings’ was renamed to ‘Environment Variables’ on the cluster page
- DBA tools UI was made more intuitive
- Improved new Anywhere environment setup process
- Improved ‘Data Rebalance’ function that could sometimes move too much data
- Backup configuration is moved to a separate resource instead of being bundled with ClickHouse configuration. This change requires restart.
- Backup stability improvements, upgrade clickhouse-backup to 2.1.3 version
- Upgraded clickhouse-operator to 0.20.1
- n2d-standard-64 is now available by default for GCP clusters
- Fixed a bug when node status was not updated for a few minutes after ClickHouse cluster is up an running
- Fixed a bug with backup being restored from AWS to GCP environments or vice versa could fail due to mismatching node types
- Fixed a bug when Rescale ignored auto publishing being turned off
- Fixed a bug when ‘Run DDL ON CLUSTER’ did switch off automatically when specific node is selected
- Fixed a bug with rescaling GCP clusters in old tenants
- Fixed a bug when profile settings could not be changed on a cluster that can not start
- Fixed Data Migration tool that did not work in Anywhere environments due to hard-coded tolerations
- Fixed a bug with backup compression format was not respected for GCP clusters
- Fixed a bug with memory and volume graphs displaying incorrect data
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Last modified 2022.12.29: 22.12.27 changelog