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Release 1.9.3 #10961

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@filipenevola filipenevola commented Mar 6, 2020

We have a few users having complicated issues with MongoDB Driver version 3.2.7 so we are doing this release just to upgrade MongoDB Driver to 3.5.4.

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@cfnelson cfnelson commented Mar 7, 2020

Our Web App (Meteor v1.9.2, running on Meteor Galaxy) had been running for a few days without any code changes.

Unexpectedly we started to receive errors for login and -> MongoTimeoutError: Server selection timed out after 10000 ms for every query. This disabled anyone being about to login or remain connected to our Web App.

Updating from Meteor 1.9.2 to -> 1.9.3.rc.0 meteor update --release 1.9.3-rc.0 and redeploying resolved the issue for us. Will monitor to confirm that it handles a re-connect failover.

Many thanks 🎉 🙇

@filipenevola filipenevola merged commit b7a8b1e into master Mar 10, 2020
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@filipenevola filipenevola commented Mar 10, 2020

Meteor 1.9.3 is published!

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@acemtp acemtp commented Mar 12, 2020

Are you sure it's published?

doing a "meteor update" returns:

$ app git:(master) meteor update
This project is already at Meteor 1.9.2, the latest release.

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@jnurkka jnurkka commented Mar 12, 2020

Are you sure it's published?

doing a "meteor update" returns:

$ app git:(master) meteor update
This project is already at Meteor 1.9.2, the latest release.

Do meteor update --release 1.9.3, that should work. Maybe your meteor CLI doesn't know of the newest release yet.

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@hexsprite hexsprite commented Mar 12, 2020

Just because a new update is published doesn't mean it's "recommended" yet. So meteor update won't automatically update, but explicitly choosing the version will. eg. meteor update --release 1.9.3. It might be good to change the message to indicate that it's the newest recommended version and that there may be newer versions published ?

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