We again use unbuffered disk I/O in Windows. Windows XP and Windows 2000 read performance seems to be very poor with normal I/O.
Increased the maximum key length of
tables from 500 to 1024 bytes.
Increased the table comment field in SHOW TABLE STATUS so that up to 16000 characters of foreign key definitions can be printed there.
The auto-increment counter is no longer incremented if an insert of a row immediately fails in an error.
Enable dropping and creating a table even if
innodb_force_recovery is set.
One can use this to drop a table which would cause a crash in
rollback or purge, or if a failed table import causes a
runaway rollback in recovery.
Fixed a bug: Using ORDER BY primarykey DESC in 4.0.3 causes an assertion failure in btr0pcur.c, line 203.
Fixed a bug: fast shutdown (which is the default) sometimes was slowed down by purge and insert buffer merge.
Fixed a bug: doing a big SELECT from a table where no rows were visible in a consistent read could cause a very long (> 600 seconds) semaphore wait in btr0cur.c line 310.
Fixed a bug: If the MySQL query cache was used, it did not get invalidated by a modification done by ON DELETE CASCADE or ...SET NULL.
Fixed a bug: If you created a temporary table inside LOCK TABLES, and used that temporary table, that caused an assertion failure in ha_innodb.cc.
Fixed a bug: If you set innodb_flush_log_at_trx_commit to 1, SHOW VARIABLES would show its value as 16 million.