cloudsql-proxy 1.13-1 source package in Ubuntu


cloudsql-proxy (1.13-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * New upstream release.

 -- Manoj Srivastava <email address hidden>  Sun, 13 Jan 2019 14:05:09 -0800

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cloudsql-proxy_1.13-1.dsc 2.1 KiB 5ec32b5abe0041a368d95ad325255bea47df97411713aef1b40bbd329f92f636
cloudsql-proxy_1.13.orig.tar.gz 46.0 KiB 9693bba8d9e236b6fc176ca0e0068a559844280152c8d1ef667a107ee87399d8
cloudsql-proxy_1.13-1.debian.tar.xz 7.0 KiB 272b6df2f250b0a41b266409531f87707c6ffd983661c9a9f76722ec46b608ae

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cloudsql-proxy: connect securely to a 2nd generation Cloud SQL DB

 The Cloud SQL Proxy allows a user with the appropriate permissions to
 connect to a Second Generation Google Cloud SQL database without having
 to deal with IP whitelisting or SSL certificates manually. It works by
 opening unix/tcp sockets on the local machine and proxying
 connections to the associated Cloud SQL instances when the sockets
 are used.
 Optional functionality can be enabled (--fuse) with access to `/dev/fuse`
 as well as the `fusermount` binary.
 By default, the proxy will authenticate under the default service account
 of the Compute Engine VM it is running on. Therefore, the VM must have at
 least the sqlservice.admin API scope
 and the associated project must have the SQL Admin API enabled. The default
 service account must also have at least WRITER/EDITOR privileges to any
 projects of target SQL instances.

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