Releasing ProxySQL 1.4.9

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ProxySQL 1.4.9

Proudly announcing the release of the latest stable release of ProxySQL 1.4.9 as of the 31st of May 2018.

ProxySQL is a high performance, high availability, protocol aware proxy for MySQL. Freely usable and accessible according to GPL license and can be downloaded here or using the APT / YUM repos listed in the project's Github WIKI.

ProxySQL 1.4.9 includes a number of important improvements and bug fixes including:

  • Added an additional client capability toggle variable for client_multi_statements to configure how proxysql connects to backends (i.e. multi-statement or not)
  • Added feature to load mysql_group_replication_hostgroups from config file
  • Improved query cache performance for large resultsets by combining multiple packets in larger buffer
  • Fixed enforce_autocommit_on_reads when changing autocommit from 1 to 0
  • Added parsing of /! SET xxx / commands
  • Fixed a bug which would cause ProxySQL to crash during a backend shutdown when a connection is null
  • Added a workaround for a MariaDB client bug reporting an incorrect autocommit value CON-332
  • Added a fix to allow multiple SET variables in a single command
  • Added all session status values to display in processlist
  • Minor modifications of Makefile to compile on Darwin
  • Fixed applied to prevent duplicate execution of
  • Added default_schema to checksum criteria for ProxySQL Cluster in order to trigger syncronization when updated
  • Fixed the no such table: INFORMATION_SCHEMA.TABLES error when dumping tables from ProxySQL Admin
  • Improved handling of SET statements from mysqldump
  • Fixed a segmentation fault which occured when using musl rather than glibc
  • Fixed a bug for the lookup in mysql_query_rules_fast_routing
  • Updated to include updated package names for newer RHEL based distributions

The related issues/commits can be found in the v1.4.9 release.

A special thanks to all the people that reports bugs: this makes each version of ProxySQL better than the previous one.

Please report any bugs or feature requests on github issue tracker

Authored by: Nick Vyzas