Does Marvel degrade gracefully on ES 0.90.1?


(Edward Sargisson) #1

Hi all,
Does Marvel work at all on 0.90.1 - even in a degraded fashion?

I know that its minimum is 0.90.9. I have a possible performance-related
failure to chase down where Marvel might be very useful in finding it.
However, I don't want to change the conditions of the problem until we
understand it - and upgrading to 0.90.9 may just do that.

Cheers,
Edward

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(Boaz Leskes) #2

Hi Edward,

Sadly, Marvel is incompatible with 0.90.1 and will disable itself upon
startup.

Cheers,
Boaz

On Thursday, March 13, 2014 5:18:32 PM UTC+1, Edward Sargisson wrote:

Hi all,
Does Marvel work at all on 0.90.1 - even in a degraded fashion?

I know that its minimum is 0.90.9. I have a possible performance-related
failure to chase down where Marvel might be very useful in finding it.
However, I don't want to change the conditions of the problem until we
understand it - and upgrading to 0.90.9 may just do that.

Cheers,
Edward

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(system) #3