HangFire.SqlServer 1.6.22

Hangfire SQL Server Storage

SQL Server 2008+ (including Express), SQL Server LocalDB and SQL Azure storage support for Hangfire (background job system for ASP.NET applications).

There is a newer prerelease version of this package available.
See the version list below for details.
Install-Package HangFire.SqlServer -Version 1.6.22
dotnet add package HangFire.SqlServer --version 1.6.22
paket add HangFire.SqlServer --version 1.6.22
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Release Notes

https://www.hangfire.io/blog/

1.6.22
• Added – Connection factory overload for the `SqlServerStorage` class (by @chinwobble).
• Fixed – Inability to use package with Azure's managed service identity (by using a connection factory).
   
1.6.21
• Fixed – Change locking scheme in the `Connection.SetRangeInHash` method to avoid deadlocks.
     
1.6.20
• Fixed – Remove the synthetic limitation to support Azure SQL Management instance (by @TimSQL).
     
1.6.19
• Fixed – "String or binary data would be truncated" exception when state reason is too long.
• Fixed – Command handling in batch mode now stops after the first error due to "XACT_ABORT ON".
• Fixed – Make SqlCommandBatch disposable to dispose all the commands.
     
1.6.18
• Fixed – Rare deadlocks in SQL Server caused by the SetRangeInHash command.
   
1.6.17
• Added – `SqlServerStorageOptions.CommandBatchMaxTimeout` parameter to enable batching in transactions.
• Fixed – Timeout exceptions when there are a lot of large concurrent transactions by using the new batching method.
• Fixed – Distributed locks are safe now even in very unreliable networks and after network blips.
• Performance – Greatly decreased the number of connections required to process background jobs.
• Performance – Significantly decrease the number of roundtrips required to commit a transaction.
   
1.6.16
• Fixed – Lower the number of requests, when trying to acquire a distributed lock.
• Fixed – Problems with continuations and batch continuations, when using existing `SqlConnection` instance.
• Fixed – Distributed locks were silently released, when passing explicit closed connection to a storage.
• Fixed – `KeyNotFoundException` errors on various dashboard pages don't appear anymore (by @benjymous).
• Fixed – "Cannot release the application lock because it is not currently held" exceptions, when connection was closed.
• Fixed – Allow to use zero timeout for SQL Server-based distributed locks.
   
1.6.15
• Fixed – Timeout exceptions that's caused by SQL Server's thread pool starvation, caused by sp_getapplock.
• Fixed – Antecedent background job is constantly failing, when its continuation hasn't been fully created.
   
1.6.14
• Added – `SqlServerStorageOptions.SlidingInvisibilityTimeout` to fetch jobs without using transaction.
• Fixed – Transaction log is full due to 'ACTIVE_TRANSACTION' by enabling to use new non-transactional fetch.
• Fixed – `SqlServerJobQueueMonitoringApi` can't cause READ UNCOMMITTED isolation level to leak on SQL Server 2012 or earlier.
• Fixed – Add missing `SqlServerStorage(DbConnection, SqlServerStorageOptions)` constructor.
   
1.6.13
• Fixed – Don't hide errors occurred while running SQL migrations.
• Fixed – `KeyNotFoundException` when accessing Deleted Jobs page in Dashboard.
• Fixed – `SqlServerDistributedLock` leaks connections, when lock acquisition is failed.
   
1.6.9
• Fixed – `TimeoutException` on large arguments or large batches via `SqlServerOptions.CommandTimeout`.

1.6.8
• Fixed – Use `long` where possible instead of `int` for background job identifiers, full support will be in 1.7.0.
   
1.6.7
• Fixed – Validation added to avoid "An invalid application lock time-out" exceptions (by t0mburton).
   
1.6.6
• Fixed – SqlServerJobQueue class doesn't use obsolete InvisibilityTimeout parameter anymore.
   
1.6.5
• Fixed – Different timeout issues after making performance optimizations.
• Fixed – SQL timeouts while getting a connection, when using default settings and >= 8 CPU cores.
• Fixed – ExpirationManager is bloated by SqlError instances, when there are a lot of messages from server.
• Fixed – Counters query returned inconsistent results during CountersAggregator executions.
• Performance – Added missing NOLOCK hint for monitoring queries when using SqlServer-based queues.
• Performance – ExpirationManager is forced to use index seek operations for cascade deletions.
• Performance – CountersAggregator now uses clustered index scan to issue less logical reads.
• Performance – Paging queries in dashboard now use CTEs to utilize less logical reads.
   
1.6.4
• Fixed – `SqlConnection` object leaks when using nested distributed locks (in batches and continuations).

1.6.3
• Fixed – Prevent `ExpirationManager`'s command from timing out, when there are a lot of records.
• Fixed – `CountersAggregator` issue introduced in 1.6.2, that causes slow record aggregation.
• Fixed – Add `XLOCK` hint for `CountersAggregator` query to prevent deadlocks on lock escalation.
   
1.6.2
• Changed – `JobExpirationCheckInterval` property value now defaults to 30 minutes.
• Fixed – Excessive blocking when expiring records in `State` and `JobParameters` tables.
• Fixed – Migration script `Install.sql` was deadlocked by itself, leading to errors on startup.

1.6.0
• Added – .NET Core support for Hangfire.Core and Hangfire.SqlServer packages (`netstandard1.3` target).
• Added – Zero latency processing when client and server reside in the same process (by @bgurmendi).
• Changed – `SqlServerStorage` class constructor now takes `DbConnection` instances (by @tystol).
• Changed – `SqlServerObjectsInstaller` class is public now (by @vbfox).
• Changed – Update Dapper to 1.50.1 version.
• Fixed – Drop constraints on Server.Id prior to altering it to avoid conflicts.

Version History

Version Downloads Last updated
1.7.0-beta4 154 2/18/2019
1.7.0-beta3 86 2/15/2019
1.7.0-beta2 20,052 9/1/2018
1.7.0-beta1 40,112 3/2/2018
1.6.22 33,123 1/25/2019
1.6.21 202,845 11/1/2018
1.6.20 354,055 7/31/2018
1.6.19 465,004 4/6/2018
1.6.18 5,462 4/5/2018
1.6.17 863,286 9/19/2017
1.6.16 65,420 9/2/2017
1.6.15 132,567 8/8/2017
1.6.14 191,380 6/16/2017
1.6.13 39,599 6/7/2017
1.6.12 335,651 3/22/2017
1.6.11 21,760 3/14/2017
1.6.10 10,954 3/13/2017
1.6.9 28,217 3/2/2017
1.6.8 200,947 12/21/2016
1.6.7 75,150 11/25/2016
1.6.6 106,175 10/13/2016
1.6.5 81,729 9/24/2016
1.6.4 66,760 8/30/2016
1.6.3 21,085 8/19/2016
1.6.2 32,527 8/5/2016
1.6.1 27,886 7/27/2016
1.6.0 17,287 7/15/2016
1.5.9 19,878 7/11/2016
1.5.8 26,936 6/17/2016
1.5.7 19,769 5/30/2016
1.5.6 53,512 4/22/2016
1.5.5 14,202 4/14/2016
1.5.4 27,022 3/22/2016
1.5.3 196,997 11/6/2015
1.5.2 19,167 10/15/2015
1.5.1 1,738 10/14/2015
1.5.0 19,867 10/1/2015
1.4.7 1,448 10/1/2015
1.4.6 20,316 8/29/2015
1.4.5 21,601 7/24/2015
1.4.4 683 7/23/2015
1.4.3 27,108 5/27/2015
1.4.2 8,992 5/6/2015
1.4.1 13,583 4/14/2015
1.3.4 42,919 2/4/2015
1.3.3 2,225 1/28/2015
1.3.2 854 1/27/2015
1.3.1 5,909 1/13/2015
1.3.0 4,296 12/10/2014
1.2.2 4,642 11/24/2014
1.2.1 528 11/22/2014
1.2.0 3,470 11/17/2014
1.1.1 13,043 9/5/2014
1.1.0 1,476 9/3/2014
1.0.2 4,304 7/1/2014
1.0.1 439 6/30/2014
1.0.0 490 6/30/2014
0.9.1 1,450 6/12/2014
0.9.0 444 6/7/2014
0.8.3 460 5/23/2014
0.8.2 399 5/21/2014
0.8.1 467 5/17/2014
0.8.0 1,320 5/2/2014
0.7.5 385 4/10/2014
0.7.4 336 4/7/2014
0.7.3 329 4/4/2014
0.7.1 314 4/1/2014
0.7.0 1,188 3/22/2014