With the summer in full swing, the team is pleased to announce the release of Debezium 1.9.5.Final!

This release primarily focuses on bugfixes and stability; and is the recommended update for all users from earlier versions. This release contains 24 resolved issues overall.


This release focused entirely on stability and bugfixes. A few noteworthy changes include:

  • Data duplication problem using postgresql source on debezium server DBZ-5070

  • Duplicate SCNs on Oracle RAC installations incorrectly processed DBZ-5245

  • NPE when using Debezium Embedded in Quarkus DBZ-5251

  • No changes to commit_scn when oracle-connector got new lob data DBZ-5266

  • database.history.store.only.captured.tables.ddl not suppressing logs DBZ-5270

  • Debezium server fail when connect to Azure Event Hubs DBZ-5279

  • Enabling database.history.store.only.captured.tables.ddl does not restrict history topic records DBZ-5285

  • Snapshot fails when table’s relational model is created using an abstract data type as unique index DBZ-5300

  • Incremental Snapshot: Oracle table name parsing does not support periods in DB name DBZ-5336

  • Support PostgreSQL default value function calls with schema prefixes DBZ-5340

  • Log a warning when an unsupported LogMiner operation is detected for a captured table DBZ-5351

  • MySQL Connector column hash v2 does not work DBZ-5366

  • Outbox JSON expansion fails when nested arrays contain no elements DBZ-5367

  • docker-maven-plugin needs to be upgraded for Mac Apple M1 DBZ-5369

Please refer to the release notes to learn more about all fixed bugs, update procedures, etc.

Many thanks to the following individuals from the community which contributed to Debezium 1.9.5.Final: Anisha Mohanty, Bob Roldan, Chai Stofkoper, Chris Cranford, Mikhail Dubrovin, Harvey Yue, Henry Cai, Jiri Pechanec, Paweł Malon, Robert Roldan, Vojtech Juranek, and yangrong688!


The Debezium 1.9 release stream will remain the current long-running version for the next three months. During this time, we will continue to evaluate user reports and do micro-releases to address bugs and regressions depending on severity.

The development on Debezium 2.0 is moving along quite nicely. We have entered the second half of the development cycle, and we’ll begin beta releases with the next release toward the end of July.

Stay tuned for more in the coming weeks, stay cool out there, and happy capturing!

Chris Cranford

Chris is a software engineer at Red Hat. He previously was a member of the Hibernate ORM team and now works on Debezium. He lives in North Carolina just a few hours from Red Hat towers.


About Debezium

Debezium is an open source distributed platform that turns your existing databases into event streams, so applications can see and respond almost instantly to each committed row-level change in the databases. Debezium is built on top of Kafka and provides Kafka Connect compatible connectors that monitor specific database management systems. Debezium records the history of data changes in Kafka logs, so your application can be stopped and restarted at any time and can easily consume all of the events it missed while it was not running, ensuring that all events are processed correctly and completely. Debezium is open source under the Apache License, Version 2.0.

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We hope you find Debezium interesting and useful, and want to give it a try. Follow us on Twitter @debezium, chat with us on Zulip, or join our mailing list to talk with the community. All of the code is open source on GitHub, so build the code locally and help us improve ours existing connectors and add even more connectors. If you find problems or have ideas how we can improve Debezium, please let us know or log an issue.