This is a bugfix release, fixing recently discovered bugs in the previous MySQL Cluster NDB 6.1 release.
MySQL Cluster NDB 6.1 no longer in development. MySQL Cluster NDB 6.1 (formerly known as “MySQL Cluster Carrier Grade Edition 6.1.x”) is no longer being developed or maintained; if you are using a MySQL Cluster NDB 6.1 release, you should upgrade to the latest version of MySQL Cluster, which is available from http://dev.mysql.com/downloads/cluster/ .
This Beta release incorporates all bugfixes and changes made in previous MySQL Cluster releases, as well as all bugfixes and feature changes which were added in mainline MySQL 5.1 through MySQL 5.1.15 (see Changes in MySQL 5.1.15 (2007-01-25)).
Please refer to our bug database at http://bugs.mysql.com/ for more details about the individual bugs fixed in this version.
Incompatible Change; Cluster Replication: The schema for the
ndb_apply_statustable in the
mysqlsystem database has changed. When upgrading to this release from a previous MySQL Cluster NDB 6.x or mainline MySQL 5.1 release, you must drop the
mysql.ndb_apply_statustable, then restart the server for the table to be re-created with the new schema.
See MySQL Cluster Replication Schema and Tables, for additional information.
The cluster waited 30 seconds instead of 30 milliseconds before reading table statistics. (Bug #28093)
Under certain rare circumstances, ndbd could get caught in an infinite loop when one transaction took a read lock and then a second transaction attempted to obtain a write lock on the same tuple in the lock queue. (Bug #28073)
Under some circumstances, a node restart could fail to update the Global Checkpoint Index (GCI). (Bug #28023)
References: This issue is a regression of: Bug #20612.
Memory usage of a mysqld process grew even while idle. (Bug #27560)
Performing a delete followed by an insert during a local checkpoint could cause a Rowid already allocated error. (Bug #27205)
Disk Data; Cluster Replication: An issue with replication of Disk Data tables could in some cases lead to node failure. (Bug #28161)
Disk Data: Changes to a Disk Data table made as part of a transaction could not be seen by the client performing the changes until the transaction had been committed. (Bug #27757)
Disk Data: When restarting a data node following the creation of a large number of Disk Data objects (approximately 200 such objects), the cluster could not assign a node ID to the restarting node. (Bug #25741)
Disk Data: Changing a column specification or issuing a
TRUNCATE TABLEstatement on a Disk Data table caused the table to become an in-memory table.
This fix supersedes an incomplete fix that was made for this issue in MySQL 5.1.15. (Bug #24667, Bug #25296)
Cluster Replication: Some queries that updated multiple tables were not backed up correctly. (Bug #27748)
Cluster Replication: It was possible for API nodes to begin interacting with the cluster subscription manager before they were fully connected to the cluster. (Bug #27728)
Cluster Replication: Under very high loads, checkpoints could be read or written with checkpoint indexes out of order. (Bug #27651)
Cluster API: An issue with the way in which the
Dictionary::listEvents()method freed resources could sometimes lead to memory corruption. (Bug #27663)
mysqldump could not dump log tables. (Bug #26121)
--with-readlineoption for configure did not work for commercial source packages, but no error message was printed to that effect. Now a message is printed. (Bug #25530)