MySQL Proxy would load a configuration file with unsafe permissions, which could allow password information to be exposed through the configuration file. MySQL Proxy now refuses to load a file with unsafe permissions. (Bug#47589)
The line numbers provided in stack traces would be out by one line. (Bug#47348)
The supplied script
had not been updated to use the new
When submitting an address on the command line using
--proxy-backend-addresses, the option would
accept more than one address as an argument to the option. You
should specify one
for each backend address.
MySQL Proxy would return the wrong version string internally
Due to a memory leak, memory usage for each uniqute connection to the proxy would increase, leading to very high consumption. (Bug#45272)
MySQL Proxy would fail to work with certain versions of MySQL, including MySQL 5.1.15, where a change in the MySQL protocol existed. (Bug#45167)
See also Bug#25371.
syslog with the
use-log-syslog option did not work.
MySQL Proxy would raise an error when processing query packets larger than 16MB in size. (Bug#35202)