replication-manager version 1.1.2 is a bugfix release for the 1.1 series. Download it on Github or use our repositories.

This is the list of issues fixed in 1.1.2:

Cascading Failover Rejoin

One of the major features of replication-manager is to be able to automatically rejoin failed servers after they come online again. However, a bug prevented auto-rejoin to work correctly whenever there was a cascading failure (e.g. more than one consecutive failure of master servers).

Read Network Timeout

Whenever the network dropped packets, the replication-manager monitor server could wait forever. Indeed, in the Golang MySQL driver, the read timeout is unlimited, which is a departure from the standard MySQL client where this timeout is set to 30 seconds. Version 1.1.2 introduces a new variable, read-timeout with a default of 15 seconds.

About Replication Manager

Replication Manager for MySQL and MariaDB is an open-source platform for handling MySQL, MariaDB and Percona Server replication topologies. It is developed by experts in consulting and remote database services.

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