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SQL Anywhere 11.0.0 » SQL Anywhere 11 - Changes and Upgrading » What's new in version 10.0.0 » SQL Anywhere » Behavior changes


Server option changes

  • -ec server option and -xs server option TLS syntax for strong encryption types has changed   The syntax for the strong encryption types in the -ec server option, the -xs server option, and the Encryption connection parameter has changed. There are now only 3 types available: none, simple, and tls. Instead of specifying the key exchange algorithm to use as the type, you now specify tls as the encryption type, and use a new protocol option, tls_type, to specify the algorithm. See -ec server option, -xs server option, and Encryption connection parameter [ENC].

  • -os server option   In previous releases, the -os database server option renamed the log file to current-filename.old. This is now the behavior of the -on option. The -os database server option now specifies a maximum size for the output log, at which point the log is renamed. Previously, using -os would result in two log files, but now it results in an unlimited number of log files. See -os server option and -on server option.