MySQL Cluster Manager 9.0 Release Notes  /  Changes in MySQL Cluster Manager 9.0.0 (2024-07-02, Innovation Release)

Changes in MySQL Cluster Manager 9.0.0 (2024-07-02, Innovation Release)

Version 9.0.0. is the latest innovation Release of the MySQL Cluster Manager. It is intended for use with MySQL NDB Cluster 9.0 and 8.4, but also supports the 8.0 series.

Listed below are functionality changes and bug fixes for MySQL Cluster Manager 9.0.0, in comparison to release 8.4.0.

Functionality Added or Changed

  • Client: Starting with the 9.0.0 innovation release, MySQL Cluster Manager no longer supports MySQL NDB Cluster 7.6, which will continued to be supported by MySQL Cluster Manager 8.4 LTS and 8.0. (Bug #36567056)

Bugs Fixed

  • Agent: mcmd quit unexpectedly sometimes while trying to back up a large cluster. (Bug #36675015)

  • Client: MySQL Cluster Manager did not handle correctly the version information for some cluster parameters' introduction or removal, so that it was sometimes confused with the availability of those parameters for a cluster. (Bug #36647522)

  • Client: mcm did not issue a deprecation warning when the deprecated validate_password plugin was being used for mysqld connections. (Bug #36589037)

  • Client: The format of the mysqld XML configuration file (mcm-installation-dir/var/mysqld.xml) has been updated to better organize the configuration information. (Bug #36298214)

  • Certain restrictions for upgrading and downgrading on MySQL Cluster Manager have been removed. Please refer to Upgrading and Downgrading NDB Cluster for valid upgrade and downgrade paths for MySQL NDB Cluster and MySQL Cluster Manager. (Bug #36610348, Bug #36720575)

  • Some Windows binaries for MySQL Cluster Manager had wrong or missing version or product name information under its Properties. (Bug #36510070)