MongoDB 3.2.7 Is Now Released

MongoDB 3.2.7 is released and now available for production deployment. This is a recommended upgrade for all 3.2 users.

The MongoDB team today announced the official release of MongoDB 3.2.7 and also stated that now it is available for production deployment. MongoDB is an open-source cross-platform document-oriented database. 
As stated via a blog post by the MongoDB Team,
"MongoDB 3.2.7 is out and is ready for production deployment. This release contains only fixes since 3.2.6, and is a recommended upgrade for all 3.2 users." 
Here are the fixes,
  • SERVER-18783: Upgrade MongoDB past PCRE 8.37
  • SERVER-23919: Database/Collection drop during initial sync can cause collmod to fail initial sync
  • SERVER-24054: JS segmentation fault on load of certain nans
  • SERVER-24058: Connection pool doesn't honor setup timeouts
  • SERVER-24062: Native CA certificates don't work with homebrew's openssl
  • SERVER-24117: Mongo binaries ELF stack has become executable
  • TOOLS-1166: Mongotop cannot connect to secondary in 3.2 
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