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MyISAM tables with
larger than 256KB, the performance of bulk insert operations
such as multiple-row
SELECT operations has been improved greatly when up to
a hundred rows are inserted at the same time.
When using the
--replicate-rewrite-db option and
the database referenced by this option on the master was the
current database when the connection to the slave was closed,
any temporary tables existing in this database were not properly
In some cases, a
statement could cause the replication slave to crash. This issue
was specific to MySQL on Windows or Macintosh platforms.
(Bug #45238, Bug #45242, Bug #45243, Bug #46013, Bug #46014, Bug #46030)
References: See also Bug #40796.
--basedir was specified,
mysqld_safe did not use it when attempting to
mysqladmin --wait ping crashed on Windows systems. (Bug #35132)
A buffer overflow could occur during handling of
Stack overflow checking did not account for the size of the structure stored in the heap. (Bug #46807)
A query containing a subquery in the
PROCEDURE ANALYSE() caused a
References: See also Bug #48293.
The server could crash for queries with the following elements:
1. An “impossible where” in the outermost
SELECT; 2. An aggregate in the outermost
SELECT; 3. A correlated subquery with a
WHERE clause that includes an outer field
reference as a top-level
CREATE TABLE ...
SELECT could cause assertion failure if a table
already existed with the same name and contained an