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Release 6.1.4 contains a number of improvements and bug fixes, specifically for the tpm command line tool and improvements to the Redshift Applier. In addition this release now fully supports the latest binlog compression feature of MySQL 8.0.20.
Improves tpm performance by using more efficient routines to calculate paths.
Added the ability for tpm diag to skip both individual gather subroutines along with entire groups of gather subroutines.
Also added ability to list all gather groups and subroutines using
--list for use with the
--skipgroups cli arguments.
tungsten_provision_slave has been rewritten fixing a number of issues in the previous release. This version was previously released as the Beta script prov-sl.sh.
Better handling of large queries close to max network packet size.
Batch Support. Instead of sending statements one by one, the driver will be able to send multiple statements at once, avoiding round trips between the driver and MySQL server.
Fixes issues with interpreting useSSL on connect string URLs.
Issues: CT-1215, CT-1216, CT-1217, CT-1228
You must enclose the arguments in quotes, for example:
tungsten_send_diag -c 9999 -d --args ‘--all -v’
delayInMs filter has been added which allows the applying of
THL to a Replica to be delayed. The filter allows millisecond precision. This filter works in the same
way as the
TimeDelayFilter, however that filter only allow second precision.
The filter works at ROW level and allows the filtering out of rows based on one or more column/value matches
This is particularly useful when you have multiple Redshift Appliers in a Fan-In topology, and/or very high volumes of data to process.
The additional locking options reduce the risk of Redshift Serializable Isolation Violation errors occuring.
Full details of how to utilise the new options can be read at Handling Concurrent Writes from Multiple Appliers
binlog-transaction-compression is a new parameter introduced from MySQL 8.0.20.
In certain edge cases, tungsten_provision_slave would fail to detect if mysql was shutdown.
tpm diag now collects directories specified with
!includedir in the
Fixes the tpm update command, which would exit with the error:
Argument " (error code 1)" isn't numeric
tpm diag now collects any files specified by
!include directives in the
tpm diag also looks in
Fixes a bug which prevented tungsten_send_diag from uploading a self-generated diagnostic zip file.
tpm diag now properly derives the correct target path to the releases directory if the home directory in the configuration points to a sym-link.
Removed tpm diag call to sudo for gathering ifconfig and lsb_release commands.
tpm diag no longer requires the mysql command-line client when running on non-MySQL Applier nodes, and no longer attempts to gather any MySQL diagnostic information.
This is specific to start/stop actions following the use of the deployall scripts.
Fixes cases where tpm fails when the OS
returns a different string than what is used in the configuration (i.e.
returns a FQDN, yet the configuration contains shortnames like db1, db2, etc.).
In certain cases, after a reprovision, tungsten_provision_slave didn’t always run the steps to reset the local replicator service. This made the replicator go into an error state after provision had completed.
The tpm diag command now handles the cluster-slave topology more gracefully, and properly handles cluster nodes without the Connector installed.
Improved output text clarity by converting multiple verbose-level outputs to debug, and warnings to notice-level.
tpm diag now gathers sym-linked files correctly.
ddlscan now sets the datatype for sequence number columns to BIGINT when generating staging table DDL for Redshift deployments.
Fixes a situation where tpm update exits with a
When host server time (and thus MySQL time) is not configured as UTC, issuing cluster heartbeat or trepctl heartbeat in the first hours around daylight savings time would create an invalid time in MySQL.
For more information on timezones when issuing heartbeats, see trepctl heartbeat Time Zone Handling