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MySQL Utilities Release Notes  /  Changes in Release 1.0  /  Changes in MySQL Utilities 1.0.1 (2011-05-11)

Changes in MySQL Utilities 1.0.1 (2011-05-11)

This section documents all changes and bug fixes applied since the release of 1.0.0.

Functionality Added or Changed

  • With mysqluserclone, the --destination option is now optional, and defaults to the connection information provided by --source. Before, both options were required even when the values were identical. (Bug #59096)

  • mysqlserverclone did not print out the connection information. (Bug #59095)

  • Added the mysqlserverinfo utility, which is used to show MySQL server information.

  • Added the mysqldiskusage utility, which is used to show disk usage information.

  • Added the mysqldiff utility, which is used to check database definition differences.

Bugs Fixed

  • Diff related mut unit tests failed with Python 2.7+. (Bug #11854512)

  • Fixed a typo within the mysqldiskusage help page. (Bug #11854150)

  • mysqldiskusage did not work. A workaround was to fix the hashbang. (Bug #60852)

  • The MySQL utilities unit tests failed under MySQL 5.5, due to INFORMATION_SCHEMA changes. (Bug #60008)

  • The mysqldbexport, mysqlimport, and mysqldbcopy utilities would not form correct user@host pairings with remote access privileges. (Bug #59478)

  • mysqlreplicate failed when the two servers had the same port number. (Bug #59477, Bug #11766376)

  • The format_tabular_list() method in mysql.utilities.common.format.py did not properly print a single-column list. (Bug #59265, Bug #11766207)

  • There were several installation related problems, including: everything was installed under /usr/local on Ubuntu (scripts not found), setuptools is used by utilities but not for c/Python (library not found), not all files were written while using --record during installation, and the required dependencies were not clarified in the README. (Bug #59083)