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Re: Password Complexity Plugin
Thank you Sergei. I kind of expected that. Was hoping though to get it in
upstream for our environment (one can dream!). Colin wanted to know if I
got it backported, so I did.
I'll chalk it up to a good exercise :) It would be nice to get us to
MariaDB 10 but we have a big commitment to 5.5 right now.
So in this exercise.. : 1) Navigate source code and repos in Git and Bazaar
2) Setup eclipse and cmake to navigate and build MariaDB (I found cscope
to be really a powerful tool for getting around code and preferred it over
eclipse many times) 3) used gdb to attach and examine values 4) Debug
yacc 5) run mysql-test
On Thu, Apr 30, 2015 at 2:38 AM, Sergei Golubchik <serg@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi, Adam!
> On Apr 27, Adam Scott wrote:
> > It's taken some time, but I have backported the simple_password_check
> > plugin and the password api to MariaDB 5.5 The mysql-test is
> > succeeding on all but the test of the strict_password_validation
> > variable.
> > My question is, should a pure backport include support for
> > strict_password_validation variable (
> > ? I suspect yes, but wanted to ask to start a further discussion:
> > if I submit this patch will it be included in future MariaDB 5.5
> I believe it's unlikely. If we wanted this feature in 5.5, it would've
> been implemented in 5.5 in the first place.
> But 5.5 is already GA, it was GA for quite a while. We don't add new
> feature to GA versions, that's why password validation was added to
> I think that if you'll keep your own version of 5.5 + password
> validation and use that in your environment - it should not require much
> efforts to maintain. 5.5 code base is very stable at the moment, changes
> are few and sql_acl.cc almost doesn't change at all. And then you can
> skip 10.0 and upgrade directly to 10.1 one day :)