The Connector allocates memory for each concurrent client
connection, and may use up to the size of the configured MySQL
multiple connections, the heap size should be configured to at
least the combination of the number of concurrent connections
multiplied by the maximum packet size.
By default, the connector operates as follows:
The behavior can be modified by using the
the reconnection or retry of a connection outside of a planned
switch or automatic failover. The default is
true, reconnecting and
retrying all connections.
|Config File Options|
|Description||Defines whether connector ports are advertised as being capable of SSL|
|Valid Values||false||Do not advertise connector ports as SSL capable|
| ||true||Advertise connector ports as SSL capable|
When SSL is enabled, the Connector automatically advertises the
ports and itself as SSL capable. With some clients, this
triggers them to use SSL even if SSL has not been configured.
This causes the connections to fail and not operate correctly.