This is a Monthly Rapid Update release of the MySQL Enterprise Server 5.0.
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Functionality Added or Changed
Incompatible Change; Important Change:
FEDERATED storage engine is now disabled
by default in the
.cnf files shipped with
MySQL distributions (
my-medium.cnf, and so forth). This affects
server behavior only if you install one of these files.
References: See also Bug #32575.
that used a temporary table could fail to update all qualifying
rows or fail with a spurious duplicate-key error.
EXPLAIN EXTENDED, execution
of an uncorrelated
IN subquery caused a crash
if the subquery required a temporary table for its execution.
On Windows 64-bit systems, temporary variables of
long types were used to store
ulong values, causing key cache
initialization to receive distorted parameters. The effect was
values of 2GB or more caused memory exhaustion to due allocation
of too much memory.