The mysql_tableinfo script has been removed.
Information similar to that produced by this script is available
from tables in the
MySQL Cluster; Partitioning:
Specifying the wrong nodegroup in a
TABLE statement using partitioning would lead to the
table name being locked after the statement failed (that is, the
table name could not be re-used).
ORDER BY in a query with a partitioned
table on a 64-bit operating system could crash the server.
statement with a
PARTITION BY clause in a
prepared statement could crash a server running in debug mode.
When two threads competed for the same table, a deadlock could
occur if one thread also had a lock on another table through
LOCK TABLES and the thread was
attempting to remove the table in some manner while the other
thread tried to place locks on both tables.