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A MySQL-Driver for Go's database/sql package

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  • Lightweight and fast
  • Native Go implementation. No C-bindings, just pure Go
  • Connections over TCP/IPv4, TCP/IPv6, Unix domain sockets or custom protocols
  • Automatic handling of broken connections
  • Automatic Connection Pooling (by database/sql package)
  • Supports queries larger than 16MB
  • Full sql.RawBytes support.
  • Intelligent LONG DATA handling in prepared statements
  • Secure LOAD DATA LOCAL INFILE support with file allowlisting and io.Reader support
  • Optional time.Time parsing
  • Optional placeholder interpolation


  • Go 1.19 or higher. We aim to support the 3 latest versions of Go.
  • MySQL (5.7+) and MariaDB (10.3+) are supported.
  • TiDB is supported by PingCAP.
    • Do not ask questions about TiDB in our issue tracker or forum.
    • Document
    • Forum
  • go-mysql would work with Percona Server, Google CloudSQL or Sphinx (2.2.3+).
    • Maintainers won't support them. Do not expect issues are investigated and resolved by maintainers.
    • Investigate issues yourself and please send a pull request to fix it.


Simple install the package to your $GOPATH with the go tool from shell:

go get -u

Make sure Git is installed on your machine and in your system's PATH.


Go MySQL Driver is an implementation of Go's database/sql/driver interface. You only need to import the driver and can use the full database/sql API then.

Use mysql as driverName and a valid DSN as dataSourceName:

import (

	_ ""

// ...

db, err := sql.Open("mysql", "user:password@/dbname")
if err != nil {
// See "Important settings" section.
db.SetConnMaxLifetime(time.Minute * 3)

Examples are available in our Wiki.

Important settings

db.SetConnMaxLifetime() is required to ensure connections are closed by the driver safely before connection is closed by MySQL server, OS, or other middlewares. Since some middlewares close idle connections by 5 minutes, we recommend timeout shorter than 5 minutes. This setting helps load balancing and changing system variables too.

db.SetMaxOpenConns() is highly recommended to limit the number of connection used by the application. There is no recommended limit number because it depends on application and MySQL server.

db.SetMaxIdleConns() is recommended to be set same to db.SetMaxOpenConns(). When it is smaller than SetMaxOpenConns(), connections can be opened and closed much more frequently than you expect. Idle connections can be closed by the db.SetConnMaxLifetime(). If you want to close idle connections more rapidly, you can use db.SetConnMaxIdleTime() since Go 1.15.

DSN (Data Source Name)

The Data Source Name has a common format, like e.g. PEAR DB uses it, but without type-prefix (optional parts marked by squared brackets):


A DSN in its fullest form:


Except for the databasename, all values are optional. So the minimal DSN is:


If you do not want to preselect a database, leave dbname empty:


This has the same effect as an empty DSN string:

dbname is escaped by PathEscape() since v1.8.0. If your database name is dbname/withslash, it becomes:


Alternatively, Config.FormatDSN can be used to create a DSN string by filling a struct.


Passwords can consist of any character. Escaping is not necessary.


See net.Dial for more information which networks are available. In general you should use a Unix domain socket if available and TCP otherwise for best performance.


For TCP and UDP networks, addresses have the form host[:port]. If port is omitted, the default port will be used. If host is a literal IPv6 address, it must be enclosed in square brackets. The functions net.JoinHostPort and net.SplitHostPort manipulate addresses in this form.

For Unix domain sockets the address is the absolute path to the MySQL-Server-socket, e.g. /var/run/mysqld/mysqld.sock or /tmp/mysql.sock.


Parameters are case-sensitive!

Notice that any of true, TRUE, True or 1 is accepted to stand for a true boolean value. Not surprisingly, false can be specified as any of: false, FALSE, False or 0.

Type:           bool
Valid Values:   true, false
Default:        false

allowAllFiles=true disables the file allowlist for LOAD DATA LOCAL INFILE and allows all files. Might be insecure!

Type:           bool
Valid Values:   true, false
Default:        false

allowCleartextPasswords=true allows using the cleartext client side plugin if required by an account, such as one defined with the PAM authentication plugin. Sending passwords in clear text may be a security problem in some configurations. To avoid problems if there is any possibility that the password would be intercepted, clients should connect to MySQL Server using a method that protects the password. Possibilities include TLS / SSL, IPsec, or a private network.

Type:           bool
Valid Values:   true, false
Default:        false

allowFallbackToPlaintext=true acts like a --ssl-mode=PREFERRED MySQL client as described in Command Options for Connecting to the Server

Type:           bool
Valid Values:   true, false
Default:        true

allowNativePasswords=false disallows the usage of MySQL native password method.

Type:           bool
Valid Values:   true, false
Default:        false

allowOldPasswords=true allows the usage of the insecure old password method. This should be avoided, but is necessary in some cases. See also the old_passwords wiki page.

Type:           string
Valid Values:   <name>
Default:        none

Sets the charset used for client-server interaction ("SET NAMES <value>"). If multiple charsets are set (separated by a comma), the following charset is used if setting the charset fails. This enables for example support for utf8mb4 (introduced in MySQL 5.5.3) with fallback to utf8 for older servers (charset=utf8mb4,utf8).

See also Unicode Support.

Type:           bool
Valid Values:   true, false
Default:        true

On supported platforms connections retrieved from the connection pool are checked for liveness before using them. If the check fails, the respective connection is marked as bad and the query retried with another connection. checkConnLiveness=false disables this liveness check of connections.

Type:           string
Valid Values:   <name>
Default:        utf8mb4_general_ci

Sets the collation used for client-server interaction on connection. In contrast to charset, collation does not issue additional queries. If the specified collation is unavailable on the target server, the connection will fail.

A list of valid charsets for a server is retrievable with SHOW COLLATION.

The default collation (utf8mb4_general_ci) is supported from MySQL 5.5. You should use an older collation (e.g. utf8_general_ci) for older MySQL.

Collations for charset "ucs2", "utf16", "utf16le", and "utf32" can not be used (ref).

See also Unicode Support.

Type:           bool
Valid Values:   true, false
Default:        false

clientFoundRows=true causes an UPDATE to return the number of matching rows instead of the number of rows changed.

Type:           bool
Valid Values:   true, false
Default:        false

When columnsWithAlias is true, calls to sql.Rows.Columns() will return the table alias and the column name separated by a dot. For example:

SELECT FROM users as u

will return instead of just id if columnsWithAlias=true.

Type:           bool
Valid Values:   true, false
Default:        false

If interpolateParams is true, placeholders (?) in calls to db.Query() and db.Exec() are interpolated into a single query string with given parameters. This reduces the number of roundtrips, since the driver has to prepare a statement, execute it with given parameters and close the statement again with interpolateParams=false.

This can not be used together with the multibyte encodings BIG5, CP932, GB2312, GBK or SJIS. These are rejected as they may introduce a SQL injection vulnerability!

Type:           string
Valid Values:   <escaped name>
Default:        UTC

Sets the location for time.Time values (when using parseTime=true). "Local" sets the system's location. See time.LoadLocation for details.

Note that this sets the location for time.Time values but does not change MySQL's time_zone setting. For that see the time_zone system variable, which can also be set as a DSN parameter.

Please keep in mind, that param values must be url.QueryEscape'ed. Alternatively you can manually replace the / with %2F. For example US/Pacific would be loc=US%2FPacific.

Type:           duration
Default:        0

Truncate time values to the specified duration. The value must be a decimal number with a unit suffix ("ms", "s", "m", "h"), such as "30s", "0.5m" or "1m30s".

Type:          decimal number
Default:       64*1024*1024

Max packet size allowed in bytes. The default value is 64 MiB and should be adjusted to match the server settings. maxAllowedPacket=0 can be used to automatically fetch the max_allowed_packet variable from server on every connection.

Type:           bool
Valid Values:   true, false
Default:        false

Allow multiple statements in one query. This can be used to bach multiple queries. Use Rows.NextResultSet() to get result of the second and subsequent queries.

When multiStatements is used, ? parameters must only be used in the first statement. interpolateParams can be used to avoid this limitation unless prepared statement is used explicitly.

It's possible to access the last inserted ID and number of affected rows for multiple statements by using sql.Conn.Raw() and the mysql.Result. For example:

conn, _ := db.Conn(ctx)
conn.Raw(func(conn interface{}) error {
  ex := conn.(driver.Execer)
  res, err := ex.Exec(`
  UPDATE point SET x = 1 WHERE y = 2;
  UPDATE point SET x = 2 WHERE y = 3;
  `, nil)
  // Both slices have 2 elements.
Type:           bool
Valid Values:   true, false
Default:        false

parseTime=true changes the output type of DATE and DATETIME values to time.Time instead of []byte / string The date or datetime like 0000-00-00 00:00:00 is converted into zero value of time.Time.

Type:           duration
Default:        0

I/O read timeout. The value must be a decimal number with a unit suffix ("ms", "s", "m", "h"), such as "30s", "0.5m" or "1m30s".

Type:           bool
Valid Values:   true, false
Default:        false

rejectReadOnly=true causes the driver to reject read-only connections. This is for a possible race condition during an automatic failover, where the mysql client gets connected to a read-only replica after the failover.

Note that this should be a fairly rare case, as an automatic failover normally happens when the primary is down, and the race condition shouldn't happen unless it comes back up online as soon as the failover is kicked off. On the other hand, when this happens, a MySQL application can get stuck on a read-only connection until restarted. It is however fairly easy to reproduce, for example, using a manual failover on AWS Aurora's MySQL-compatible cluster.

If you are not relying on read-only transactions to reject writes that aren't supposed to happen, setting this on some MySQL providers (such as AWS Aurora) is safer for failovers.

Note that ERROR 1290 can be returned for a read-only server and this option will cause a retry for that error. However the same error number is used for some other cases. You should ensure your application will never cause an ERROR 1290 except for read-only mode when enabling this option.

Type:           string
Valid Values:   <name>
Default:        none

Server public keys can be registered with mysql.RegisterServerPubKey, which can then be used by the assigned name in the DSN. Public keys are used to transmit encrypted data, e.g. for authentication. If the server's public key is known, it should be set manually to avoid expensive and potentially insecure transmissions of the public key from the server to the client each time it is required.

Type:           duration
Default:        OS default

Timeout for establishing connections, aka dial timeout. The value must be a decimal number with a unit suffix ("ms", "s", "m", "h"), such as "30s", "0.5m" or "1m30s".

Type:           bool / string
Valid Values:   true, false, skip-verify, preferred, <name>
Default:        false

tls=true enables TLS / SSL encrypted connection to the server. Use skip-verify if you want to use a self-signed or invalid certificate (server side) or use preferred to use TLS only when advertised by the server. This is similar to skip-verify, but additionally allows a fallback to a connection which is not encrypted. Neither skip-verify nor preferred add any reliable security. You can use a custom TLS config after registering it with mysql.RegisterTLSConfig.

Type:           duration
Default:        0

I/O write timeout. The value must be a decimal number with a unit suffix ("ms", "s", "m", "h"), such as "30s", "0.5m" or "1m30s".

Type:           comma-delimited string of user-defined "key:value" pairs
Valid Values:   (<name1>:<value1>,<name2>:<value2>,...)
Default:        none

Connection attributes are key-value pairs that application programs can pass to the server at connect time.

System Variables

Any other parameters are interpreted as system variables:

  • <boolean_var>=<value>: SET <boolean_var>=<value>
  • <enum_var>=<value>: SET <enum_var>=<value>
  • <string_var>=%27<value>%27: SET <string_var>='<value>'


  • The values for string variables must be quoted with '.
  • The values must also be url.QueryEscape'ed! (which implies values of string variables must be wrapped with %27).



Treat warnings as errors by setting the system variable sql_mode:


TCP via IPv6:


TCP on a remote host, e.g. Amazon RDS:


Google Cloud SQL on App Engine:


TCP using default port (3306) on localhost:


Use the default protocol (tcp) and host (localhost:3306):


No Database preselected:

Connection pool and timeouts

The connection pool is managed by Go's database/sql package. For details on how to configure the size of the pool and how long connections stay in the pool see *DB.SetMaxOpenConns, *DB.SetMaxIdleConns, and *DB.SetConnMaxLifetime in the database/sql documentation. The read, write, and dial timeouts for each individual connection are configured with the DSN parameters readTimeout, writeTimeout, and timeout, respectively.

ColumnType Support

This driver supports the ColumnType interface introduced in Go 1.8, with the exception of ColumnType.Length(), which is currently not supported. All Unsigned database type names will be returned UNSIGNED with INT, TINYINT, SMALLINT, MEDIUMINT, BIGINT.

context.Context Support

Go 1.8 added database/sql support for context.Context. This driver supports query timeouts and cancellation via contexts. See context support in the database/sql package for more details.


For this feature you need direct access to the package. Therefore you must change the import path (no _):

import ""

Files must be explicitly allowed by registering them with mysql.RegisterLocalFile(filepath) (recommended) or the allowlist check must be deactivated by using the DSN parameter allowAllFiles=true (Might be insecure!).

To use a io.Reader a handler function must be registered with mysql.RegisterReaderHandler(name, handler) which returns a io.Reader or io.ReadCloser. The Reader is available with the filepath Reader::<name> then. Choose different names for different handlers and DeregisterReaderHandler when you don't need it anymore.

See the godoc of Go-MySQL-Driver for details.

time.Time support

The default internal output type of MySQL DATE and DATETIME values is []byte which allows you to scan the value into a []byte, string or sql.RawBytes variable in your program.

However, many want to scan MySQL DATE and DATETIME values into time.Time variables, which is the logical equivalent in Go to DATE and DATETIME in MySQL. You can do that by changing the internal output type from []byte to time.Time with the DSN parameter parseTime=true. You can set the default time.Time location with the loc DSN parameter.

Caution: As of Go 1.1, this makes time.Time the only variable type you can scan DATE and DATETIME values into. This breaks for example sql.RawBytes support.

Unicode support

Since version 1.5 Go-MySQL-Driver automatically uses the collation utf8mb4_general_ci by default.

Other charsets / collations can be set using the charset or collation DSN parameter.

  • When only the charset is specified, the SET NAMES <charset> query is sent and the server's default collation is used.
  • When both the charset and collation are specified, the SET NAMES <charset> COLLATE <collation> query is sent.
  • When only the collation is specified, the collation is specified in the protocol handshake and the SET NAMES query is not sent. This can save one roundtrip, but note that the server may ignore the specified collation silently and use the server's default charset/collation instead.

See for more details on MySQL's Unicode support.

Testing / Development

To run the driver tests you may need to adjust the configuration. See the Testing Wiki-Page for details.

Go-MySQL-Driver is not feature-complete yet. Your help is very appreciated. If you want to contribute, you can work on an open issue or review a pull request.

See the Contribution Guidelines for details.


Go-MySQL-Driver is licensed under the Mozilla Public License Version 2.0

Mozilla summarizes the license scope as follows:

MPL: The copyleft applies to any files containing MPLed code.

That means:

  • You can use the unchanged source code both in private and commercially.
  • When distributing, you must publish the source code of any changed files licensed under the MPL 2.0 under a) the MPL 2.0 itself or b) a compatible license (e.g. GPL 3.0 or Apache License 2.0).
  • You needn't publish the source code of your library as long as the files licensed under the MPL 2.0 are unchanged.

Please read the MPL 2.0 FAQ if you have further questions regarding the license.

You can read the full terms here: LICENSE.

Go Gopher and MySQL Dolphin



Package mysql provides a MySQL driver for Go's database/sql package.

The driver should be used via the database/sql package:

import "database/sql"
import _ ""

db, err := sql.Open("mysql", "user:password@/dbname")

See for details



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var (
	ErrInvalidConn       = errors.New("invalid connection")
	ErrMalformPkt        = errors.New("malformed packet")
	ErrNoTLS             = errors.New("TLS requested but server does not support TLS")
	ErrCleartextPassword = errors.New("this user requires clear text authentication. If you still want to use it, please add 'allowCleartextPasswords=1' to your DSN")
	ErrNativePassword    = errors.New("this user requires mysql native password authentication")
	ErrOldPassword       = errors.New("this user requires old password authentication. If you still want to use it, please add 'allowOldPasswords=1' to your DSN. See also")
	ErrUnknownPlugin     = errors.New("this authentication plugin is not supported")
	ErrOldProtocol       = errors.New("MySQL server does not support required protocol 41+")
	ErrPktSync           = errors.New("commands out of sync. You can't run this command now")
	ErrPktSyncMul        = errors.New("commands out of sync. Did you run multiple statements at once?")
	ErrPktTooLarge       = errors.New("packet for query is too large. Try adjusting the `Config.MaxAllowedPacket`")
	ErrBusyBuffer        = errors.New("busy buffer")

Various errors the driver might return. Can change between driver versions.


func DeregisterDialContext added in v1.8.0

func DeregisterDialContext(net string)

DeregisterDialContext removes the custom dial function registered with the given net.

func DeregisterLocalFile

func DeregisterLocalFile(filePath string)

DeregisterLocalFile removes the given filepath from the allowlist.

func DeregisterReaderHandler

func DeregisterReaderHandler(name string)

DeregisterReaderHandler removes the ReaderHandler function with the given name from the registry.

func DeregisterServerPubKey added in v1.4.0

func DeregisterServerPubKey(name string)

DeregisterServerPubKey removes the public key registered with the given name.

func DeregisterTLSConfig added in v1.1.0

func DeregisterTLSConfig(key string)

DeregisterTLSConfig removes the tls.Config associated with key.

func NewConnector added in v1.5.0

func NewConnector(cfg *Config) (driver.Connector, error)

NewConnector returns new driver.Connector.

func RegisterDial deprecated added in v1.2.0

func RegisterDial(network string, dial DialFunc)

RegisterDial registers a custom dial function. It can then be used by the network address mynet(addr), where mynet is the registered new network. addr is passed as a parameter to the dial function.

Deprecated: users should call RegisterDialContext instead

func RegisterDialContext added in v1.5.0

func RegisterDialContext(net string, dial DialContextFunc)

RegisterDialContext registers a custom dial function. It can then be used by the network address mynet(addr), where mynet is the registered new network. The current context for the connection and its address is passed to the dial function.

func RegisterLocalFile

func RegisterLocalFile(filePath string)

RegisterLocalFile adds the given file to the file allowlist, so that it can be used by "LOAD DATA LOCAL INFILE <filepath>". Alternatively you can allow the use of all local files with the DSN parameter 'allowAllFiles=true'

filePath := "/home/gopher/data.csv"
err := db.Exec("LOAD DATA LOCAL INFILE '" + filePath + "' INTO TABLE foo")
if err != nil {

func RegisterReaderHandler

func RegisterReaderHandler(name string, handler func() io.Reader)

RegisterReaderHandler registers a handler function which is used to receive a io.Reader. The Reader can be used by "LOAD DATA LOCAL INFILE Reader::<name>". If the handler returns a io.ReadCloser Close() is called when the request is finished.

mysql.RegisterReaderHandler("data", func() io.Reader {
	var csvReader io.Reader // Some Reader that returns CSV data
	... // Open Reader here
	return csvReader
err := db.Exec("LOAD DATA LOCAL INFILE 'Reader::data' INTO TABLE foo")
if err != nil {

func RegisterServerPubKey added in v1.4.0

func RegisterServerPubKey(name string, pubKey *rsa.PublicKey)

RegisterServerPubKey registers a server RSA public key which can be used to send data in a secure manner to the server without receiving the public key in a potentially insecure way from the server first. Registered keys can afterwards be used adding serverPubKey=<name> to the DSN.

Note: The provided rsa.PublicKey instance is exclusively owned by the driver after registering it and may not be modified.

data, err := os.ReadFile("mykey.pem")
if err != nil {

block, _ := pem.Decode(data)
if block == nil || block.Type != "PUBLIC KEY" {
	log.Fatal("failed to decode PEM block containing public key")

pub, err := x509.ParsePKIXPublicKey(block.Bytes)
if err != nil {

if rsaPubKey, ok := pub.(*rsa.PublicKey); ok {
	mysql.RegisterServerPubKey("mykey", rsaPubKey)
} else {
	log.Fatal("not a RSA public key")

func RegisterTLSConfig added in v1.1.0

func RegisterTLSConfig(key string, config *tls.Config) error

RegisterTLSConfig registers a custom tls.Config to be used with sql.Open. Use the key as a value in the DSN where tls=value.

Note: The provided tls.Config is exclusively owned by the driver after registering it.

rootCertPool := x509.NewCertPool()
pem, err := os.ReadFile("/path/ca-cert.pem")
if err != nil {
if ok := rootCertPool.AppendCertsFromPEM(pem); !ok {
    log.Fatal("Failed to append PEM.")
clientCert := make([]tls.Certificate, 0, 1)
certs, err := tls.LoadX509KeyPair("/path/client-cert.pem", "/path/client-key.pem")
if err != nil {
clientCert = append(clientCert, certs)
mysql.RegisterTLSConfig("custom", &tls.Config{
    RootCAs: rootCertPool,
    Certificates: clientCert,
db, err := sql.Open("mysql", "user@tcp(localhost:3306)/test?tls=custom")

func SetLogger added in v1.2.0

func SetLogger(logger Logger) error

SetLogger is used to set the default logger for critical errors. The initial logger is os.Stderr.


type Config added in v1.3.0

type Config struct {
	User                 string            // Username
	Passwd               string            // Password (requires User)
	Net                  string            // Network (e.g. "tcp", "tcp6", "unix". default: "tcp")
	Addr                 string            // Address (default: "" for "tcp" and "/tmp/mysql.sock" for "unix")
	DBName               string            // Database name
	Params               map[string]string // Connection parameters
	ConnectionAttributes string            // Connection Attributes, comma-delimited string of user-defined "key:value" pairs
	Collation            string            // Connection collation
	Loc                  *time.Location    // Location for time.Time values
	MaxAllowedPacket     int               // Max packet size allowed
	ServerPubKey         string            // Server public key name
	TLSConfig            string            // TLS configuration name
	TLS                  *tls.Config       // TLS configuration, its priority is higher than TLSConfig
	Timeout              time.Duration     // Dial timeout
	ReadTimeout          time.Duration     // I/O read timeout
	WriteTimeout         time.Duration     // I/O write timeout
	Logger               Logger            // Logger

	AllowAllFiles            bool // Allow all files to be used with LOAD DATA LOCAL INFILE
	AllowCleartextPasswords  bool // Allows the cleartext client side plugin
	AllowFallbackToPlaintext bool // Allows fallback to unencrypted connection if server does not support TLS
	AllowNativePasswords     bool // Allows the native password authentication method
	AllowOldPasswords        bool // Allows the old insecure password method
	CheckConnLiveness        bool // Check connections for liveness before using them
	ClientFoundRows          bool // Return number of matching rows instead of rows changed
	ColumnsWithAlias         bool // Prepend table alias to column names
	InterpolateParams        bool // Interpolate placeholders into query string
	MultiStatements          bool // Allow multiple statements in one query
	ParseTime                bool // Parse time values to time.Time
	RejectReadOnly           bool // Reject read-only connections
	// contains filtered or unexported fields

Config is a configuration parsed from a DSN string. If a new Config is created instead of being parsed from a DSN string, the NewConfig function should be used, which sets default values.

func NewConfig added in v1.4.0

func NewConfig() *Config

NewConfig creates a new Config and sets default values.

func ParseDSN added in v1.3.0

func ParseDSN(dsn string) (cfg *Config, err error)

ParseDSN parses the DSN string to a Config

func (*Config) Apply added in v1.8.0

func (c *Config) Apply(opts ...Option) error

Apply applies the given options to the Config object.

func (*Config) Clone added in v1.5.0

func (cfg *Config) Clone() *Config

func (*Config) FormatDSN added in v1.3.0

func (cfg *Config) FormatDSN() string

FormatDSN formats the given Config into a DSN string which can be passed to the driver.

Note: use NewConnector and database/sql.OpenDB to open a connection from a *Config.

type DialContextFunc added in v1.5.0

type DialContextFunc func(ctx context.Context, addr string) (net.Conn, error)

DialContextFunc is a function which can be used to establish the network connection. Custom dial functions must be registered with RegisterDialContext

type DialFunc deprecated added in v1.2.0

type DialFunc func(addr string) (net.Conn, error)

DialFunc is a function which can be used to establish the network connection. Custom dial functions must be registered with RegisterDial

Deprecated: users should register a DialContextFunc instead

type Logger added in v1.2.0

type Logger interface {
	Print(v ...interface{})

Logger is used to log critical error messages.

type MySQLDriver added in v1.1.0

type MySQLDriver struct{}

MySQLDriver is exported to make the driver directly accessible. In general the driver is used via the database/sql package.

func (MySQLDriver) Open added in v1.1.0

func (d MySQLDriver) Open(dsn string) (driver.Conn, error)

Open new Connection. See for how the DSN string is formatted

func (MySQLDriver) OpenConnector added in v1.5.0

func (d MySQLDriver) OpenConnector(dsn string) (driver.Connector, error)

OpenConnector implements driver.DriverContext.

type MySQLError

type MySQLError struct {
	Number   uint16
	SQLState [5]byte
	Message  string

MySQLError is an error type which represents a single MySQL error

func (*MySQLError) Error

func (me *MySQLError) Error() string

func (*MySQLError) Is added in v1.7.0

func (me *MySQLError) Is(err error) bool

type NopLogger added in v1.8.0

type NopLogger struct{}

NopLogger is a nop implementation of the Logger interface.

func (*NopLogger) Print added in v1.8.0

func (nl *NopLogger) Print(_ ...interface{})

Print implements Logger interface.

type NullTime deprecated

type NullTime sql.NullTime

NullTime represents a time.Time that may be NULL. NullTime implements the Scanner interface so it can be used as a scan destination:

var nt NullTime
err := db.QueryRow("SELECT time FROM foo WHERE id=?", id).Scan(&nt)
if nt.Valid {
   // use nt.Time
} else {
   // NULL value

This NullTime implementation is not driver-specific

Deprecated: NullTime doesn't honor the loc DSN parameter. NullTime.Scan interprets a time as UTC, not the loc DSN parameter. Use sql.NullTime instead.

func (*NullTime) Scan

func (nt *NullTime) Scan(value interface{}) (err error)

Scan implements the Scanner interface. The value type must be time.Time or string / []byte (formatted time-string), otherwise Scan fails.

func (NullTime) Value

func (nt NullTime) Value() (driver.Value, error)

Value implements the driver Valuer interface.

type Option added in v1.8.0

type Option func(*Config) error

Functional Options Pattern

func BeforeConnect added in v1.8.0

func BeforeConnect(fn func(context.Context, *Config) error) Option

BeforeConnect sets the function to be invoked before a connection is established.

func TimeTruncate added in v1.8.0

func TimeTruncate(d time.Duration) Option

TimeTruncate sets the time duration to truncate time.Time values in query parameters.

type Result added in v1.8.0

type Result interface {
	// AllRowsAffected returns a slice containing the affected rows for each
	// executed statement.
	AllRowsAffected() []int64
	// AllLastInsertIds returns a slice containing the last inserted ID for each
	// executed statement.
	AllLastInsertIds() []int64

Result exposes data not available through *connection.Result.

This is accessible by executing statements using sql.Conn.Raw() and downcasting the returned result:

res, err := rawConn.Exec(...)

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