MariaDB Connector/Node.js 2.2.0 Release Notes

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Release date: 4 Feb 2019

MariaDB Connector/Node.js 2.2.0 is a Stable (GA) release.

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

New option force Server version detection CONJS-119

Azure is using a proxy that will return a MySQL handshake not reflecting real server.

A new option `forceVersionCheck` is added to permit issuing a new `SELECT @@Version` command on connection creation,

to retrieve the correct server version. Connector will then act according to that server version.

Query timeout implementation CONJS-20

This option is only permitted for MariaDB server >= 10.1.2, and permits to set a timeout to query operation.

Driver internally use `SET STATEMENT max_statement_time=<timeout> FOR <command>` permitting to cancel operation when timeout is reached,

Implementation of max_statement_time is engine dependent, so there might be some differences: For example, with Galera engine, a commits will ensure replication to other nodes to be done, possibly then exceeded timeout, to ensure proper server state.

example:

//query that takes more than 20s
connection
  .query({sql: 'information_schema.tables, information_schema.tables as t2', timeout: 100 })
  .then(...)
  .catch(err => {
          // SQLError: (conn=2987, no: 1969, SQLState: 70100) Query execution was interrupted (max_statement_time exceeded)
          // sql: select * from information_schema.columns as c1, information_schema.tables, information_schema.tables as t2 - parameters:[]
          // at Object.module.exports.createError (C:\projets\mariadb-connector-nodejs.git\lib\misc\errors.js:55:10)
          // at PacketNodeEncoded.readError (C:\projets\mariadb-connector-nodejs.git\lib\io\packet.js:510:19)
          // at Query.readResponsePacket (C:\projets\mariadb-connector-nodejs.git\lib\cmd\resultset.js:46:28)
          // at PacketInputStream.receivePacketBasic (C:\projets\mariadb-connector-nodejs.git\lib\io\packet-input-stream.js:104:9)
          // at PacketInputStream.onData (C:\projets\mariadb-connector-nodejs.git\lib\io\packet-input-stream.js:160:20)
          // at Socket.emit (events.js:210:5)
          // at addChunk (_stream_readable.js:309:12)
          // at readableAddChunk (_stream_readable.js:290:11)
          // at Socket.Readable.push (_stream_readable.js:224:10)
          // at TCP.onStreamRead (internal/stream_base_commons.js:182:23) {
          //     fatal: true,
          //         errno: 1969,
          //         sqlState: '70100',
          //         code: 'ER_STATEMENT_TIMEOUT'
          // }
  });

Fast-authentication improvement CONJS-110

  • add mysql_native_password to fast-authentication path
  • plugin 'mysql_native_password' is used by default if default server plugin is unknown
  • unexpected packet type during handshake result will throw a good error.

Pool leak detection CONJS-117

A new option `leakDetection` permits to indicate a timeout to log connection borrowed from pool.

When a connection is borrowed from pool and this timeout is reached, a message will be logged to console indicating a possible connection leak.

Another message will tell if the possible logged leak has been released.

A value of 0 (default) meaning Leak detection is disable

Additionally, some error messages have improved: - Connection timeout now indicate that this correspond to socket failing to establish - differentiate timeout error when closing pool to standard connection retrieving timeout

misc:

  • CONJS-120 Permit values in SQL object to permits compatibility with mysql/mysql2
  • CONJS-118 missing import for Error when asking for connection when pool is closed. Thanks to @WayneMDB
  • correcting typescript import of @types/node to version >8 thanks to @SimonSchick
  • dependencies update

Changelog

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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