Monday, June 21, 2021

SQL Relay 1.9.1 second packaging update

Well, I can't explain how, but apparently a few files inside of the previously released sqlrelay source code got gzipped. Specifically config.guess and config.sub. This led to configure not working, and general impossibility compiling things. I just repackaged everything again, double-checked it prior to upload, and double-checked the download. All appears to be well at the moment. If you had trouble building SQL Relay from source, please re-download and try again.

Friday, June 18, 2021

SQL Relay 1.9.1 packaging update

It looks like I made a mistake during the 1.9.1 release. The sqlrelay-1.9.1.tar.gz and files containing the source for SQL Relay actually contained the source code for the trunk, rather than the 1.9.1 release. Similarly, the source code for both rudiments and sqlrelay that was included inside of the binary distributions was also the source code for the trunk, rather than the appropriate vesions. This has just been fixed. So, if you had trouble building the source, or if you managed to successfully build the source, but running "sqlrsh --version" returns "sqlrsh 2.0.0" rather than "sqlrsh 1.9.1", then please re-download/build/install the 1.9.1 release.

There was no issue with the binary release. The rpms, debs, and windows installers all included the correct versions. The mistake was, oddly, just in the source distribution.

Tuesday, June 15, 2021

SQL Relay 1.9.1 Release

Version 1.9.1 of SQL Relay, the powerful connection pool, load balancer, query router, and database proxy, is now available.

This release fixes 2 bugs: a potential crash in the PostgreSQL front-end module, and a fix/workaround for an isuse where if a NULL was bound to the first argument of MS SQL Server's isnull() function then it wouldn't actually be interpreted as a NULL.

If you've run into either of these issues, then this release is for you!