MariaDB MaxScale 2.0 Changelog
MariaDB MaxScale 2.0
- MariaDB MaxScale is licensed under MariaDB BSL.
- SSL can be used in the communication between MariaDB MaxScale and the backend servers.
- The number of allowed connections can explicitly be throttled.
- MariaDB MaxScale can continue serving read request even if the master has gone down.
- The security of MaxAdmin has been improved; Unix domain sockets can be used in the communication with MariaDB MaxScale and the Linux identity can be used for authorization.
- MariaDB MaxScale can in real time make binlog events available as raw AVRO or as JSON objects (beta level functionality).
For more details, please refer to: MariaDB MaxScale 2.0.6 Release Notes MariaDB MaxScale 2.0.5 Release Notes MariaDB MaxScale 2.0.4 Release Notes MariaDB MaxScale 2.0.3 Release Notes MariaDB MaxScale 2.0.2 Release Notes MariaDB MaxScale 2.0.1 Release Notes * MariaDB MaxScale 2.0.0 Release Notes
MariaDB MaxScale 1.4
- Authentication now allows table level resolution of grants. MaxScale service
users will now need SELECT privileges on
mysql.tables_privto be able to authenticate users at the database and table level.
- Firewall filter allows whitelisting.
- Client side SSL works.
MariaDB MaxScale 1.3
- Added support for persistent backend connections
- The binlog server is now an integral component of MariaDB MaxScale.
- The logging has been changed; instead of different log files there is one log file and different message priorities.
For more details, please refer to MariaDB MaxScale 1.3 Release Notes
MariaDB MaxScale 1.2
- Logfiles have been renamed. The log names are now named error.log, messages.log, trace.log and debug.log.
MariaDB MaxScale 1.1.1
- Schemarouter now also allows for an upper limit to session commands.
- Schemarouter correctly handles SHOW DATABASES responses that span multiple buffers.
- Readwritesplit and Schemarouter now allow disabling of the session command history.
MariaDB MaxScale 1.1
NOTE: MariaDB MaxScale default installation directory has changed to
/usr/local/mariadb-maxscale and the default password for MaxAdmin is now ´mariadb´.
- New modules added
- Binlog router
- Firewall filter
- Multi-Master monitor
- RabbitMQ logging filter
- Schema Sharding router
- Added option to use high precision timestamps in logging.
- Readwritesplit router now returns the master server's response.
- New readwritesplit router option added. It is now possible to control the amount of memory readwritesplit sessions will consume by limiting the amount of session modifying statements they can execute.
- Minimum required CMake version is now 2.8.12 for package building.
- Session idle timeout added for services. More details can be found in the configuration guide.
- Monitor API is updated to 2.0.0. Monitors with earlier versions of the API no longer work with this version of MariaDB MaxScale.
- MariaDB MaxScale now requires libcurl and libcurl development headers.
- Nagios plugins added.
- Notification service added.
- Readconnrouter has a new "running" router_option. This allows it to use any running server as a valid backend server.
- Database names can be stripped of escape characters with the