NGINX async module for accessing MySQL via Handlersocket protocol
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README

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NGINX MySQL Handlersocket module
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Provides MySQL InnoDB access via Handlersocket protocol

Implemented as non-blocking upstream module

(c) 2011 Roman Arutyunyan, arut@qip.ru



Build:
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Add this when configuring NGNIX:

./configure --add-module=$PATH_TO_MODULE




Usage:
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Suppose you have an InnoDB table in database "mydbname" named "mytable"
with 4 fields (of any type):

  * "key" (this is primary key field as the name says :) )
  * "field1"
  * "field2"
  * "field3"

These are settings you should add to nginx.conf file
to work with the table directly from NGINX.

# first create upstreams (read & write) with keepalive enabled

upstream hsock_rsrv {
	server 127.0.0.1:9998;
	keepalive 1024;
}

upstream hsock_wsrv {
	server 127.0.0.1:9999;
	keepalive 1024;
}

# then create operation locations within server block.
# 4 operations are supported: select, update, insert, delete
# Note there should be different upstreams for each of them
# (the module performs index initialization based on particular 
# location data)

location ~ /select.* {

	hsock_pass   hsock_rsrv;
	hsock_db     mydbname;
	hsock_table  mytable;

	# Yes, you should copy variables like this
	# if you need to use arg_, http_ etc variables.
	# They are not accessed directly so far.

	set $key $arg_key; 

	hsock_select field1 field2 field3;
	hsock_key    $key;
}

location ~ /insert.* {

	hsock_pass   hsock_wsrv;
	hsock_db     mydbname;
	hsock_table  mytable;

	set $key $arg_key;
	set $field1 $arg_field1;
	set $field2 $arg_field2;
	set $field3 $arg_field3;

	hsock_insert key $key
		field1 $field1
		field2 $field2
		field3 $field3;
}

location ~ /update.* {

	hsock_pass   hsock_wsrv;
	hsock_db     mydbname;
	hsock_table  mytable;

	set $key $arg_key;
	set $field1 $arg_field1;
	set $field2 $arg_field2;
	set $field3 $arg_field3;

	hsock_update
		field1 $field1
		field2 $field2
		field3 $field3;

	hsock_key $key;
}

location ~ /delete.* {

	hsock_pass   hsock_wsrv;
	hsock_db     mydbname;
	hsock_table  mytable;

	set $key $arg_key;

	hsock_delete;
	hsock_key $key;
}


Data is returned line-by-line
1 line - errorcode (0=OK, >0=error)
2 line - number of data lines
3 ...  - data lines; data fields are returned on a field-per-line basis. 
         Multiple rows are returned the same way as a single row.