Release date: 7 Nov 2013

This is a Stable (GA) release. In general this means that there are no known serious bugs, except for those marked as feature requests, that no bugs were fixed since last release that caused a notable code changes, and that we believe the code is ready for general usage (based on bug inflow).

Bug Fixes

  • MDEV-5243 Version 1.1.2 for MySQL not providing facility correctly
  • MDEV-5145 Windows build fixed.
  • MDEV-5145 Client errors disabled for Percona/Mysql.
  • MDEV-4472 Wrong filename doens't stop the logging.
  • MDEV-4472 Error message fixed. Empty values for server_audit_file_path treated as default value.
  • MDEV-4472 Now it's possible to specify a catalog as server_audit_file_path. In this case the log name will be [server_audit_file_path]/server_audit.log

Added platform and database server support

  • The MariaDB Audit Plugin is now supported on Windows 64-bit and Windows 32-bit.
  • Now the Audit Plugin can be used with Percona Server + Galera, i.e. the Percona XtraDB Cluster.

MariaDB Audit Plugin 1.1.3 Changelog

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  • Revision 3905, 2013-11-05
    • MDEV-5243 MariaDB Audit Plugin 1.1.2 for MySQL not providing facility correctly.
  • Revision 3904, 2013-11-03
    • MDEV-5145 Audit plugin crashes on PXC when selecting file as output type. Windows build fixed.
  • Revision 3903, 2013-10-28
    • MDEV-5145 Audit plugin crashes on PXC when selecting file as output type. Client errors disabled for Percona/Mysql.
  • Revision 3902, 2013-10-26
    • Merging into 5.5-noga-hf.
  • Revision 3901, 2013-09-27
    • MDEV-4472 Audit plugin. Fixed so the wrong filename doens't stop the logging.
  • Revision 3900, 2013-09-27
    • MDEV-4472 Audit plugin. Error message fixed. Empty values for server_audit_file_path treated as default value.
  • Revision 3899, 2013-09-27
    • MDEV-4472 Audit plugin. Now it's possible to specify a catalog as server_audit_file_path. In this case the log name will be [server_audit_file_path]/server_audit.log

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