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> Wasn't --enable-sql-logging replaced by --enable-auth-logging
> configurable in backends?
No. I think you're thinking of --enable-mysql-logging and
These were replaced with a single configure option, --enable-sql-logging.
SQL logging creates a vlog table that logs authentication, and auth
logging updates the lastauth file for users. If you have SQL logging
enabled, it makes sense to disable auth logging.
It looks like --enable-sql-logging was another soldier that went missing
during the move to authentication modules. I'll pop it back in.
> And also can't find --disable-mysql-limits on backends/mysql/configure
> or backends/mysql/configure.ac
Another missing configuration flag. Thanks for finding all these.
I'll have it back in the configure script in trunk shortly.
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