Couchbase C Release Notes and Archives

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    Release notes, installation instructions, and download archive for the Couchbase C Client, libcouchbase.

    These pages cover the 3.0 versions of the Couchbase C SDK. For release notes, download links, and installation methods for 2.10 and earlier releases of the Couchbase C Client, please see the 2.x C Release Notes & Download Archive.

    Platform support and installation

    The Couchbase C SDK can be installed via apt or yum repositories on GNU/Linux; homebrew on Mac OS X; and binary archives for Microsoft Windows. It may also be built from source on any of the platforms mentioned above, and more.

    Installing on GNU/Linux

    The various Linux distributions contain the following packages:

    • libcouchbase3: The core library package.

    • libcouchbase-dev (or libcouchbase-devel): The development package, required if building SDKs which depend on the C SDK.

    • libcouchbase3-tools: The command line utilities (cbc and others).

    • libcouchbase3-libevent: Optional but recommended component for I/O performance. Can also be used to integrate with libevent (see Asynchronous Programming).

    • libcouchbase3-libev: Optional, for use with applications that make use of event loop integration with libev (see Asynchronous Programming). To install the C SDK from a static binary package or by manually configuring the repositories, you can use the following procedures.

    Configuring yum repositories (CentOS, Redhat)

    This section assumes you know how to add an external yum repository and Linux quick start explains the steps it will perform on your distribution. To configure the repository:

    1. Find the appropriate repository location for your distribution in the following table.

    Version

    Architecture

    Repository

    Amazon Linux 2

    64-bit

    https://packages.couchbase.com/clients/c/repos/rpm/amzn2/x86_64

    Enterprise Linux 8

    64-bit

    https://packages.couchbase.com/clients/c/repos/rpm/el8/x86_64

    Enterprise Linux 7

    64-bit

    https://packages.couchbase.com/clients/c/repos/rpm/el7/x86_64

    1. Create a couchbase.repo file in your /etc/yum.repos.d directory. It should look similar to the following:

    [couchbase]
    enabled = 1
    name = libcouchbase package for centos8 x86_64
    baseurl = https://packages.couchbase.com/clients/c/repos/rpm/el8/x86_64
    gpgcheck = 1
    gpgkey = https://packages.couchbase.com/clients/c/repos/rpm/couchbase.key

    Configuring APT repositories (Debian, Ubuntu)

    This section assumes some knowledge of apt and Linux quick start explains the steps it will perform on your distribution. To configure the repository:

    1. Download the Couchbase GPG key from https://packages.couchbase.com/clients/c/repos/deb/couchbase.key

    2. Add the key to the list of trusted package keys. Use the apt-key add command. For example, apt-key add couchbase.key.

    3. Create a couchbase.list file in /etc/apt/sources.list.d. The file should contain the repository for your distribution. Repositories are available for the following distributions:

    Distribution

    Repository Entry

    Ubuntu 16.04 ("xenial")

    deb https://packages.couchbase.com/clients/c/repos/deb/ubuntu1604 xenial xenial/main

    Ubuntu 18.04 ("bionic")

    deb https://packages.couchbase.com/clients/c/repos/deb/ubuntu1804 bionic bionic/main

    Ubuntu 20.04 ("focal")

    deb https://packages.couchbase.com/clients/c/repos/deb/ubuntu2004 focal focal/main

    Debian 9 ("stretch")

    deb https://packages.couchbase.com/clients/c/repos/deb/debian9 stretch stretch/main

    Debian 10 ("buster")

    deb https://packages.couchbase.com/clients/c/repos/deb/debian10 buster buster/main

    Note that only Ubuntu LTS (long term support) releases are supported. You may try to use an LTS repository for a non-LTS version, but success is not guaranteed.

    Now that you have the repository configured, refresh the cache then check to see that you have been successful:

    $ sudo apt update
    $ sudo apt search libcouchbase

    You should see something like:

    libcouchbase-dbg - library for the Couchbase protocol, debug symbols
    libcouchbase-dev - library for the Couchbase protocol, development files
    libcouchbase3 - library for the Couchbase protocol, core files
    libcouchbase3-libev - library for the Couchbase protocol (libev backend)
    libcouchbase3-libevent - library for the Couchbase protocol (libevent backend)
    libcouchbase3-tools - library for the Couchbase protocol

    Now, install libcouchbase3, and any other packages that you need for development:

    $ sudo apt install libcouchbase3 libcouchbase-dev libcouchbase3-tools libcouchbase-dbg libcouchbase3-libev libcouchbase3-libevent

    For CentOS and Red Hat, the equivalent commands are:

    $ sudo yum check-update
    $ sudo yum search libcouchbase
    $ sudo yum install libcouchbase3 libcouchbase-devel libcouchbase3-tools

    Installing binary packages without a repository

    You can install standalone packages by downloading a tarball containing the necessary binary packages for your platform.

    Installing RPMs

    The following commands show steps to execute on CentOS 8 box, see table below for other RPM-based distributions.

    $ curl -O https://packages.couchbase.com/clients/c/libcouchbase-3.0.0_centos8_x86_64.tar
    $ tar xf libcouchbase-3.0.0_centos8_x86_64.tar
    $ cd libcouchbase-3.0.0_centos8_x86_64
    $ sudo yum install -y libcouchbase3{-tools,-libevent,}-3.0.0*.rpm libcouchbase-devel-*.rpm
    > ...
    > Installed:
    >   libcouchbase3-tools-3.0.0-1.el8.x86_64
    >   libcouchbase3-libevent-3.0.0-1.el8.x86_64
    >   libcouchbase3-3.0.0-1.el8.x86_64
    >   libcouchbase-devel-3.0.0-1.el8.x86_64
    >
    > Complete!

    Installing DEBs

    The following commands show steps to execute on Debian 10 (buster) box, see table below for other DEB-based distributions.

    $ curl -O https://packages.couchbase.com/clients/c/libcouchbase-3.0.0_debian10_buster_amd64.tar
    $ tar xf libcouchbase-3.0.0_debian10_buster_amd64.tar
    $ cd libcouchbase-3.0.0_debian10_buster_amd64
    $ sudo apt install libevent-core-2.1
    $ sudo dpkg -i libcouchbase3{-tools,-libevent,}_3.0.0*.deb libcouchbase-dev*.deb
    > Selecting previously unselected package libcouchbase3-tools.
    > (Reading database ... 7165 files and directories currently installed.)
    > Preparing to unpack libcouchbase3-tools_3.0.0-1_amd64.deb ...
    > Unpacking libcouchbase3-tools (3.0.0-1) ...
    > Selecting previously unselected package libcouchbase3-libevent:amd64.
    > Preparing to unpack libcouchbase3-libevent_3.0.0-1_amd64.deb ...
    > Unpacking libcouchbase3-libevent:amd64 (3.0.0-1) ...
    > Selecting previously unselected package libcouchbase3:amd64.
    > Preparing to unpack libcouchbase3_3.0.0-1_amd64.deb ...
    > Unpacking libcouchbase3:amd64 (3.0.0-1) ...
    > Selecting previously unselected package libcouchbase-dev:amd64.
    > Preparing to unpack libcouchbase-dev_3.0.0-1_amd64.deb ...
    > Unpacking libcouchbase-dev:amd64 (3.0.0-1) ...
    > Setting up libcouchbase3:amd64 (3.0.0-1) ...
    > Setting up libcouchbase-dev:amd64 (3.0.0-1) ...
    > Setting up libcouchbase3-libevent:amd64 (3.0.0-1) ...
    > Setting up libcouchbase3-tools (3.0.0-1) ...
    > Processing triggers for libc-bin (2.28-10) ...

    Installation from source

    You may install the library from source either by downloading a source archive, or by checking out the git repository. Follow the instructions in the archive’s README for further instructions.

    Installation on Mac OS X

    To install the library on Mac OS X, first install the de-facto package manager for OS X: homebrew. Once homebrew is configured:

    $ brew update # get list of latest packages
    $ brew install libcouchbase

    To install development files and command line tools on Mac OS, follow the instructions for installing from source.

    Windows Installation

    Windows binary packages can be found as downloads for each version listed below. Included are the header files, release and debug variants of the DLLs and import libraries, and release and debug variants of the command line tools. Note that the C SDK does not have any preferred installation path, and it is up to you to determine where to place libcouchbase.dll.

    Be sure to select the proper package for the compiler and architecture your application is using.

    If there are no binaries available for your Visual Studio version, then using a binary from any other Visual Studio version is likely to work. Most of the issues related to mixing Visual Studio binary versions involve changing and incompatible C APIs or incompatible C Runtime (CRT) objects and functions. Since the Couchbase C SDK does not expose a C API, and since it does not directly expose any CRT functionality, it should be safe for use so long as your application can link to the library at compile-time. The windows runtime linker will ensure that each binary is using the appropriate version of the Visual C Runtime (MSVCRT.DLL).

    If for some reason you cannot use any of the prebuilt Windows binaries, follow the instructions in installation from source (above) to build on Windows.

    Verifying Installed Package

    The easiest way to verify installed package is to check its version using cbc tools. It requires package libcouchbase3-tools installed on Linux systems, for Windows cbc.exe included in the zip archive. To verify the client run cbc version (cbc.exe version on Windows). Below is the output from version 3.0.0 on CentOS 8. It shows version along with git commit numbers. Then it prints default directory where IO plugins installed and enumerates the currently installed and available plugins. After that it reports whether OpenSSL linked to this particular version of libcouchbase, and displays the version number if it is accessible.

    $ cbc version
    cbc:
      Runtime: Version=3.0.0, Changeset=69f9a4eb8414f4bfd3824b863701d89a313401d5
      Headers: Version=3.0.0, Changeset=69f9a4eb8414f4bfd3824b863701d89a313401d5
      Build Timestamp: 2020-01-17 00:32:49
      Default plugin directory: /usr/lib64/libcouchbase
      IO: Default=libevent, Current=libevent, Accessible=libevent,select
      SSL Runtime: OpenSSL 1.1.1c FIPS  28 May 2019
      SSL Headers: OpenSSL 1.1.1c FIPS  28 May 2019
      Snappy: 1.1.1
      Tracing: SUPPORTED
      System: Linux-4.4.0-135-generic; x86_64
      CC: GNU 8.3.1; -O2 -g -pipe -Wall -Werror=format-security -Wp,-D_FORTIFY_SOURCE=2 -Wp,-D_GLIBCXX_ASSERTIONS -fexceptions -fstack-protector-strong -grecord-gcc-switches -specs=/usr/lib/rpm/redhat/redhat-hardened-cc1 -specs=/usr/lib/rpm/redhat/redhat-annobin-cc1 -m64 -mtune=generic -fasynchronous-unwind-tables -fstack-clash-protection -fcf-protection -fno-strict-aliasing -ggdb3 -pthread
      CXX: GNU 8.3.1; -O2 -g -pipe -Wall -Werror=format-security -Wp,-D_FORTIFY_SOURCE=2 -Wp,-D_GLIBCXX_ASSERTIONS -fexceptions -fstack-protector-strong -grecord-gcc-switches -specs=/usr/lib/rpm/redhat/redhat-hardened-cc1 -specs=/usr/lib/rpm/redhat/redhat-annobin-cc1 -m64 -mtune=generic -fasynchronous-unwind-tables -fstack-clash-protection -fcf-protection -fno-strict-aliasing -ggdb3 -pthread

    Version 3.0.5 (21 September 2020)

    Version 3.0.5 is the sixth release of the 3.0 series, bringing enhancements and bugfixes over the last stable release.

    • CCBC-1307: The SDK now allows the selection of any mechanisms for SASL regardless of the network protocol being usedm although by default the SDK will try to avoid downgrading to PLAIN on non-TLS connections. Also the change allows users to specify a list of preferred mechanisms instead of only one (through the use of a comma in the value of the sasl_mech_force connection string option).

    • CCBC-1276: Addded flex (FTS) index usage to query options.

    • CCBC-1312: Fixed return values for lcb_cmdquery_scope_*.

    • CCBC-1313: Replaced std::random_shuffle with std::shuffle. fixing build of cbc-n1qlback tool.

    Downloads

    Platform

    Architecture

    File

    Checksums

    Any

    libcouchbase-3.0.5.sha256sum

    Source Archive

    Any

    libcouchbase-3.0.5.tar.gz

    Amazon Linux 2

    x64

    libcouchbase-3.0.5_amzn2_x86_64.tar

    Enterprise Linux 7

    x64

    libcouchbase-3.0.5_centos7_x86_64.tar

    Enterprise Linux 8

    x64

    libcouchbase-3.0.5_centos8_x86_64.tar

    Ubuntu 16.04 (xenial)

    x64

    libcouchbase-3.0.5_ubuntu1604_xenial_amd64.tar

    Ubuntu 18.04 (bionic)

    x64

    libcouchbase-3.0.5_ubuntu1804_bionic_amd64.tar

    Ubuntu 20.04 (focal)

    x64

    libcouchbase-3.0.5_ubuntu2004_focal_amd64.tar

    Debian 9 (stretch)

    x64

    libcouchbase-3.0.5_debian9_stretch_amd64.tar

    Debian 10 (buster)

    x64

    libcouchbase-3.0.5_debian10_buster_amd64.tar

    Visual Studio 2015 (VC14)

    x64

    libcouchbase-3.0.5_vc14_amd64.zip

    Visual Studio 2017 (VC15)

    x64

    libcouchbase-3.0.5_vc15_amd64.zip

    Visual Studio 2015 TLS (VC14)

    x64

    libcouchbase-3.0.5_vc14_amd64_openssl.zip

    Visual Studio 2017 TLS (VC15)

    x64

    libcouchbase-3.0.5_vc15_amd64_openssl.zip

    Version 3.0.4 (26 August 2020)

    Version 3.0.4 is the fifth release of the 3.0 series, bringing enhancements and bugfixes over the last stable release.

    • CCBC-1281: Implemented scope qualifier for queries.

    • CCBC-1301: Expose cmake option to help dissect TLS traffic.

    • Detect configuration change when replica indexes changed.

    Downloads

    Platform

    Architecture

    File

    Checksums

    Any

    libcouchbase-3.0.4.sha256sum

    Source Archive

    Any

    libcouchbase-3.0.4.tar.gz

    Amazon Linux 2

    x64

    libcouchbase-3.0.4_amzn2_x86_64.tar

    Enterprise Linux 7

    x64

    libcouchbase-3.0.4_centos7_x86_64.tar

    Enterprise Linux 8

    x64

    libcouchbase-3.0.4_centos8_x86_64.tar

    Ubuntu 16.04 (xenial)

    x64

    libcouchbase-3.0.4_ubuntu1604_xenial_amd64.tar

    Ubuntu 18.04 (bionic)

    x64

    libcouchbase-3.0.4_ubuntu1804_bionic_amd64.tar

    Ubuntu 20.04 (focal)

    x64

    libcouchbase-3.0.4_ubuntu2004_focal_amd64.tar

    Debian 9 (stretch)

    x64

    libcouchbase-3.0.4_debian9_stretch_amd64.tar

    Debian 10 (buster)

    x64

    libcouchbase-3.0.4_debian10_buster_amd64.tar

    Visual Studio 2015 (VC14)

    x64

    libcouchbase-3.0.4_vc14_amd64.zip

    Visual Studio 2017 (VC15)

    x64

    libcouchbase-3.0.4_vc15_amd64.zip

    Visual Studio 2015 TLS (VC14)

    x64

    libcouchbase-3.0.4_vc14_amd64_openssl.zip

    Visual Studio 2017 TLS (VC15)

    x64

    libcouchbase-3.0.4_vc15_amd64_openssl.zip

    Version 3.0.3 (27 July 2020)

    Version 3.0.3 is the fourth release of the 3.0 series, bringing enhancements and bugfixes over the last stable release.

    • Binary packages for Ubuntu 20.04 LTS (Focal Fossa)

    • CCBC-1265: Enabled out of order execution by default.

    • CCBC-1189: The SDK now validate collection and scope names early. The library will return an error if the collection name is not valid, without sending a command to the server.

    • CCBC-1278: Fixed stripping payload over TLS connection. The library might propagate zero return code from recv() even when previous calls of recv() successfully transferred bytes to SSL context. In this case we might lose these trailing bytes and just close the socket.

    • CCBC-1264: Fixed calculating key size when durability level specified.

    • CCBC-1258: Fixed port order in vbucket diff info message.

    • CCBC-1274: Fixed pointer casting in HTTP callback of cbc tool.

    • CCBC-1167: Fixed tests build on MacOS.

    • CCBC-1248: The SDK will now always request error map feature and send HELLO message to speedup bootstrap.

    • Implemented tick for IOCP plugin on Windows.

    • Improved build on Windows (fixed static build, and PDB installation).

    • Fixed collections issues for future server release.

    Downloads

    Platform

    Architecture

    File

    Checksums

    Any

    libcouchbase-3.0.3.sha256sum

    Source Archive

    Any

    libcouchbase-3.0.3.tar.gz

    Amazon Linux 2

    x64

    libcouchbase-3.0.3_amzn2_x86_64.tar

    Enterprise Linux 7

    x64

    libcouchbase-3.0.3_centos7_x86_64.tar

    Enterprise Linux 8

    x64

    libcouchbase-3.0.3_centos8_x86_64.tar

    Ubuntu 16.04 (xenial)

    x64

    libcouchbase-3.0.3_ubuntu1604_xenial_amd64.tar

    Ubuntu 18.04 (bionic)

    x64

    libcouchbase-3.0.3_ubuntu1804_bionic_amd64.tar

    Ubuntu 20.04 (focal)

    x64

    libcouchbase-3.0.3_ubuntu2004_focal_amd64.tar

    Debian 9 (stretch)

    x64

    libcouchbase-3.0.3_debian9_stretch_amd64.tar

    Debian 10 (buster)

    x64

    libcouchbase-3.0.3_debian10_buster_amd64.tar

    Visual Studio 2015 (VC14)

    x64

    libcouchbase-3.0.3_vc14_amd64.zip

    Visual Studio 2017 (VC15)

    x64

    libcouchbase-3.0.3_vc15_amd64.zip

    Visual Studio 2017 TLS (VC15)

    x64

    libcouchbase-3.0.3_vc15_amd64_openssl.zip

    Version 3.0.2 (10 June 2020)

    Version 3.0.2 is the third release of the 3.0 series, bringing enhancements and bugfixes over the last stable release.

    • CCBC-1200: LCB will now retry bootstrap on missing bucket error until timeout. Bootstrap timeout is controlled by "config_total_timeout" in connection string or LCB_CNTL_CONFIGURATION_TIMEOUT.

    • CCBC-1190: When performing an operation immediately after bucket creation, the server returns TMPFAIL and libcouchbase bubbled this up rather than restarting. Now fixed so LCB automatic retries for temporary failures from the server.

    • CCBC-1158: Reduced retrying on unknown collection to a sensible level.

    • CCBC-1254: It’s now possible to use a separate option for default timeout of Analytics queries (connection string "analytics_timeout").

    • CCBC-1178: It is now no longer possible to (illigally) set CAS for upsert and insert operations.

    • CCBC-1156: Fixed enum value for analytics type of HTTP request.

    • CCBC-1251: No longer log error when using GCCCP on pre-6.5 Couchbase Server.

    • CCBC-1234: Fixed SRV resolution to work with large record sizes.

    • CCBC-1222: Tracing thresholds for query and search fixed in connection strings: tracing_threshold_search and tracing_threshold_query.

    • CCBC-1187: lcb_respexists_is_found can no longer return true for deleted documents.

    • CCBC-1233: Updated RTO to independently specify operation_name.

    • CCBC-1205: Do not include trailing zero for endpoint length for KV context.

    • CCBC-1215: Fixed segfault in exists calls.

    • CCBC-1218: Fixed intermittent segfault in client durable store.

    • Documentation issues addressed (CCBC-1240, CCBC-1241, CCBC-1243, CCBC-1245)

    Downloads

    Platform

    Architecture

    File

    Checksums

    Any

    libcouchbase-3.0.2.sha256sum

    Source Archive

    Any

    libcouchbase-3.0.2.tar.gz

    Amazon Linux 2

    x64

    libcouchbase-3.0.2_amzn2_x86_64.tar

    Enterprise Linux 7

    x64

    libcouchbase-3.0.2_centos7_x86_64.tar

    Enterprise Linux 8

    x64

    libcouchbase-3.0.2_centos8_x86_64.tar

    Ubuntu 16.04 (xenial)

    x64

    libcouchbase-3.0.2_ubuntu1604_xenial_amd64.tar

    Ubuntu 18.04 (bionic)

    x64

    libcouchbase-3.0.2_ubuntu1804_bionic_amd64.tar

    Debian 9 (stretch)

    x64

    libcouchbase-3.0.2_debian9_stretch_amd64.tar

    Debian 10 (buster)

    x64

    libcouchbase-3.0.2_debian10_buster_amd64.tar

    Visual Studio 2015 (VC14)

    x64

    libcouchbase-3.0.2_vc14_amd64.zip

    Visual Studio 2017 (VC15)

    x64

    libcouchbase-3.0.2_vc15_amd64.zip

    Visual Studio 2017 TLS (VC15)

    x64

    libcouchbase-3.0.2_vc15_amd64_openssl.zip

    Version 3.0.1 (8 April 2020)

    Version 3.0.1 is the second release of the 3.0 series, bringing enhancements and bugfixes over the last stable release.

    Fixed Issues

    • CCBC-1188: cbc-pillowfight: fixed --collection switch.

    • CCBC-1173: Fixed exporting lcb_cmdquery_consistency_token_for_keyspace.

    • CCBC-1168: Exposed max_parallelism for query.

    • CCBC-1171: Exposed profile option for query.

    • CCBC-1170: Exposed scan_wait option for query.

    • CCBC-1159: Fixed error codes for Management API.

    • MB-37768: Fixed issue where `CMAKE_INSTALL_RPATH`was overriden, affecting cbc tools.

    • CCBC-1208: Added a fail-fast retry strategy.

    • CCBC-1209: Renamed functions of embedded http_parser to avoid name clash.

    • Removed use of deprecated function std::random_shuffle. std::random_shuffle is deprecated in C14, removed in C17. Replaced with std::shuffle.

    • Fixed several issues reported by coverity.

    Known Issues

    • Attempting to install libcouchbase via homebrew on OS X prior to June 8th, 2020 would result in libcouchbase 2.10 being installed instead of 3.0.

    Downloads

    Platform

    Architecture

    File

    Checksums

    Any

    libcouchbase-3.0.1.sha256sum

    Source Archive

    Any

    libcouchbase-3.0.1.tar.gz

    Amazon Linux 2

    x64

    libcouchbase-3.0.1_amzn2_x86_64.tar

    Enterprise Linux 7

    x64

    libcouchbase-3.0.1_centos7_x86_64.tar

    Enterprise Linux 8

    x64

    libcouchbase-3.0.1_centos8_x86_64.tar

    Ubuntu 16.04 (xenial)

    x64

    libcouchbase-3.0.1_ubuntu1604_xenial_amd64.tar

    Ubuntu 18.04 (bionic)

    x64

    libcouchbase-3.0.1_ubuntu1804_bionic_amd64.tar

    Debian 9 (stretch)

    x64

    libcouchbase-3.0.1_debian9_stretch_amd64.tar

    Debian 10 (buster)

    x64

    libcouchbase-3.0.1_debian10_buster_amd64.tar

    Visual Studio 2015 (VC14)

    x64

    libcouchbase-3.0.1_vc14_amd64.zip

    Visual Studio 2017 (VC15)

    x64

    libcouchbase-3.0.1_vc15_amd64.zip

    Visual Studio 2017 TLS (VC15)

    x64

    libcouchbase-3.0.1_vc15_amd64_openssl.zip

    Version 3.0.0 (17 January 2020)

    This is the first GA release of the third generation C SDK.

    Fixed Issues

    • CCBC-1152: Enabled SCRAM-SHA* SASL by default.

    • CCBC-1153: Renamed lcb_wait3 to lcb_wait.

    • CCBC-1147: Return LCB_SUCCESS for lcb_exists when the document is missing. lcb_respexists_is_found should be used on its response object to check the presense of the document.

    • CCBC-1152: Do not allow to use SASL PLAIN on non-TLS connections. Compiling libcouchbase with OpenSSL is strongly recommended.

    • CCBC-1032: Use operation node to resolve collection and return timeout when collection cannot be resolved

    • Added shortcut for query options to request metrics

    • Do not fallback to single subdocument API when only one specification passed to lcb_subdoc.

    • CCBC-1137: Allow to retrieve error context for HTTP response (lcb_http API).

    • CCBC-1145: Expose endpoints in error context.

    • CCBC-1146: Expose user-cookie in retry handler.

    • CCBC-1148: Added NULL checks for enhanced error info.

    • CCBC-1075: Renamed "FTS" to "SEARCH" in the APIs.

    • CCBC-1073: Renamed "N1QL" to "QUERY" in the APIs.

    • Fixed bucketless bootstrap for Server 6.0.

    • Fixed various memory leaks. Improved build, testing and packaging systems.

    Known Issues

    • Attempting to install libcouchbase via homebrew on OS X prior to June 8th, 2020 would result in libcouchbase 2.10 being installed instead of 3.0.

    Downloads

    Platform

    Architecture

    File

    Checksums

    Any

    libcouchbase-3.0.0.sha256sum

    Source Archive

    Any

    libcouchbase-3.0.0.tar.gz

    Amazon Linux 2

    x64

    libcouchbase-3.0.0_amzn2_x86_64.tar

    Enterprise Linux 7

    x64

    libcouchbase-3.0.0_centos7_x86_64.tar

    Enterprise Linux 8

    x64

    libcouchbase-3.0.0_centos8_x86_64.tar

    Ubuntu 16.04 (xenial)

    x64

    libcouchbase-3.0.0_ubuntu1604_xenial_amd64.tar

    Ubuntu 18.04 (bionic)

    x64

    libcouchbase-3.0.0_ubuntu1804_bionic_amd64.tar

    Debian 9 (stretch)

    x64

    libcouchbase-3.0.0_debian9_stretch_amd64.tar

    Debian 10 (buster)

    x64

    libcouchbase-3.0.0_debian10_buster_amd64.tar

    Visual Studio 2015 (VC14)

    x64

    libcouchbase-3.0.0_vc14_amd64.zip

    Visual Studio 2017 (VC15)

    x64

    libcouchbase-3.0.0_vc15_amd64.zip

    Visual Studio 2019 (VC16)

    x64

    libcouchbase-3.0.0_vc16_amd64.zip

    Visual Studio 2017 TLS (VC15)

    x64

    libcouchbase-3.0.0_vc15_amd64_openssl.zip

    Pre-releases

    Numerous Alpha and Beta releases were made in the run-up to the 3.0 release, and although unsupported, the release notes and download links are retained for archive purposes here.

    Older Releases

    Although no longer supported, documentation for older releases continues to be available in our docs archive.