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Hangfire.Pro.Redis 2.7.2

Maintenance update for Hangfire.Pro.Redis package that comes with some fixes, including NullReferenceException in “Processing Jobs” page and possible client timeouts during peak loads when working with Redis Cluster.

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Hangfire.Pro.Redis 2.7.0 & 2.7.1

This version brings a new method of parsing responses from Redis in .NET Core that works well even if CLR’s thread pool is starved. Dedicated reader threads now used for this purpose when running on Linux or macOS, but on Windows thread pool’s I/O threads now used instead to avoid spawning additional threads, since I/O threads work fine there. So upgrades are great for all of the operating systems.

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Hangfire 1.7.11 & 1.6.29

These versions contain important fixes for the whole processing pipeline, including fire-and-forget, delayed and recurring jobs in the presence of custom extension filters that can throw exceptions. Also a built-in support for reliable shutdown detection of ASP.NET applications was added to the Hangfire.Core package to prevent running old code base when the new one is already deployed. And recurring jobs page in 1.7.11 now displays all the exceptions that prevent a particular recurring job from being scheduled.

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Hangfire.Pro 2.2.2

This is a maintenance release that fixes serialization exception when trying to create a job continuation for batch in a batch continuation, disallows caching “JobStorage.Current is null” exceptions and let us to configure maximum number of entries for final batch state lists.

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Hangfire.Pro.Redis 2.6.2

This release is unrelated to the previous ones and fixes wrong behavior when non-recommended max-memory policy is used in Redis, such as volatile-* one. I still don’t recommend to use other than noeviction policies, but at least the following case is handled better.

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