MariaDB Connector/J 2.4.1 Changelog
Release date: 18 Mar 2019
For the highlights of this release, see the release notes.
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- Revision #7c2220f3 - bump version 2.4.1
- Revision #974c9642 - [misc] updating checkstyle version dependency
- Revision #d44da9bd - [misc] permit using SSL on localsocket
- Revision #b195649d - [misc] update appveyor test to last released version
- Revision #7cd4b675 - [misc] added error code 1213 to a list for running INNODB STATUS query - changed array + Stream with Set + contains approach for checking codes
- Revision #c4172f22 - [CONJ-687] travis test correction for option "useMysqlMetadata" with AURORA
- Revision #42183c05 - [CONJ-687] addition of option "useMysqlMetadata" to permit MySQL meta compatibility
- Revision #ec86522f - Change the query to fetch innodb_read_only from SHOW GLOBAL VARIABLES into SELECT to reduce mutex contention
- Revision #09a92c96 - [misc] java PID using java 9 ProcessHandle if existing, relying on JNA if present
- Revision #a5896ee8 - [misc] changing test for 10.4 compatibility
- Revision #b7a99324 - [CONJ-682] internal pool correction: when receiving an RST during connection validation, the pool will end up throwing connection timeout exception in place of reusing another connection.
- Revision #bc985a83 - [misc] added error code 1213 to a list for running INNODB STATUS query - 1213 ER_LOCK_DEADLOCK was not considered to run 'SHOW ENGINE INNODB STATUS'
- Revision #74e7f96d - Update README.md
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