- Release date: 09/2011
- Motto/theme: Cover replication basics with production quality
The 1.1 and 1.0 series expose a similar feature set. Internally, the 1.1 series has been refactored to plan for future feature additions. A new configuration file format has been introduced, and limitations have been lifted. And the code quality and quality assurance has been improved.
Added the (chainable) filter concept:
- New powerful JSON based configuration syntax.
- Lazy connections improved: security relevant, and state changing commands are covered.
- Support for (native) prepared statements.
BC break: Semantics of statistics changed for
use_master. Future changes are likely. Please see,
- BC break: Semantics of statistics changed for
List of broadcasted messages extended by
Library calls now monitored to remember settings for lazy connections:
mysqlnd_ms.disable_rw_split. The configuration setting allows using the load balancing and lazy connection functionality independently of read write splitting.
- Fixed PECL #22724 - Server switching (mysqlnd_ms_query_is_select() case sensitive)
- Fixed PECL #22784 - Using mysql_connect and mysql_select_db did not work
- Fixed PECL #59982 - Unusable extension with --enable-mysqlnd-ms-table-filter. Use of the option is NOT supported. You must not used it. Added note to m4.
- Fixed Bug #60119 - host="localhost" lost in mysqlnd_ms_get_last_used_connection()
function was removed, and replaced in favor of a new
user filter. You can no longer set a callback
at runtime, but instead have to configure it in the plugins
configuration file. The
user filter will pass
the same arguments to the callback as before. Therefore, you can
continue to use the same procedural function as a
callback.callback It is no longer possible to use static class
methods, or class methods of an object instance, as a callback.
Doing so will cause the function executing a statement handled
by the plugin to emit an
E_RECOVERABLE_ERROR level error, which
might look like: "
(mysqlnd_ms) Specified callback
(picker) is not a valid callback." Note: this may
halt your application.