MariaDB Connector/Node.js 2.0.5 Release Notes

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Release date: 13 May 2019

MariaDB Connector/Node.js 2.0.5 is a Stable (GA) release.

For an overview of MariaDB Connector/Node.js see the About MariaDB Connector/Node.js page

Notable Changes

  • [CONJS-69] permit set numeric parameter bigger than javascript 2^53-1 limitation
  • [CONJS-68] error when reading datetime data and timezone option is set
  • [CONJS-58] parse Query when receiving LOAD LOCAL INFILE, to prevent man in the middle attack
  • [CONJS-62] support named timezones and daylight savings time
  • [CONJS-63] add type definitions for typescript
  • [CONJS-64] handle Error packet during resultset to permit query timeout with SET STATEMENT max_statement_time=<val> FOR <query>
  • [CONJS-66] SET datatype handling (returning array)
  • [CONJS-67] Changing user does not takes in account connector internal state (transaction status)

Pool improvement

New Options

`idleTimeout`Indicate idle time after which a pool connection is released. Value must be lower than @@wait_timeout. In seconds (0 means never release)*integer*1800
`minimumIdle`Permit to set a minimum number of connection in pool. Recommendation is to use fixed pool, so not setting this value.*integer**set to connectionLimit value*

This permits to set a minimum pool size, meaning that after a period of inactivity, the pool will decrease the inner number of connection to a minimum number of connections (defined with `minimumIdle`). By default, connections not used after `idleTimeout` (default to 30 minutes) will be discarded, avoiding reaching server @@wait_timeout.

Pool handle connection creation automatically, with now some delayed after failing to establish a connection, to avoid using CPU unnecessary. Authentication error in pool have now a better handling.


For a complete list of changes made in this release, with links to detailed information on each push, see the changelog.

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