[php-maint] Bug#576412: Bug#576412: Bug#576412: Bug#576412: Bug#576412: php5: Please add MySQL native driver "mysqlnd" support for PHP 5.3.x
ondrej at debian.org
Sun Apr 10 21:54:43 UTC 2011
it may be a good time to rething mysqlnd inclusion. SSL and
compression is supported in the version in the unstable.
Personally I dislike the idea of having private mysql library in the
PHP, but if it helps the users...
Another option would be to package php5-mysql and php5-mysqlnd as
separate conflicting packages, so users can chose.
On Mon, Apr 5, 2010 at 17:50, Raphael Geissert <geissert at debian.org> wrote:
> On 5 April 2010 05:54, Alexander Schories <alexander at schories.com> wrote:
>> i understand that compression and SSL for MySQL are yet missing.
>> However, they might not be used widely on most debian installations -
>> but they are still very important features, i agree.
> SSL _is_ widely used in certain setups I work on. The alternative is
> to setup an ssh tunnel but it implies more work when upgrading, and
> can not always be used depending on the use case (as it requires
> access to both the client and the server).
>> I also haven't expected to see this feature in the upcoming debian
>> release, but in the experimental/unstable trees.
> Changes that end in the testing and later stable distributions go
> through unstable. Since there is no real benefit so far, there's no
> reason to spend time preparing, uploading and maintaining packages
> using mysqlnd.
> Complementing the list of obvious differences already mentioned by
> Ondrej, there have been reports about certain behaviour changes (like
> defaulting to something different than what libmysqlclient defaults
> to, etc). They are being fixed, yes, but that doesn't mean it is
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