For each insert,
memset would be called three
times to allocate memory for system fields. To reduce CPU usage,
memset calls are now combined into
a single call.
(Bug #17858679, Bug #71014)
When used on a table employing a transactional storage engine, a
TRUNCATE TABLE was still
written to the binary log and thus replayed on the slave. This
could lead to inconsistency when the master retained data that
was removed on the slave.
Now in such cases
TRUNCATE TABLE is logged
only when it executes successfully.
(Bug #17942050, Bug #71070)
For indexes on prefixes or character string columns, index corruption could occur for assignment of binary data to the column due to improper character counting. (Bug #18359924)
INFORMATION_SCHEMA queries could
cause a server exit.
Solaris-specific scripts were included in and installed by non-Solaris packages. (Bug #18305641)
EXPLAIN on a query with an
EXISTS subquery containing a
UNION could cause a server exit. Multiple
executions of a prepared
EXPLAIN on a
UNION of subqueries could cause a server
The client library could cause clients to exit due to incorrectly mapping the client error number to the corresponding message, if reallocation of packet buffer memory occurred. (Bug #18080920)
Executing a correlated subquery on an
table which has an
caused the server to hang.
On Windows, calling
mysql_init() caused the client to
exit. windows. Now it returns a nonzero result because it is an
error to call
mysql_thread_init() before the
client library is initialized with
A statement of the following form broke row-based replication
because it created a table having a field of data type
BIGINT with a display width of 3000, which is
beyond the maximum acceptable value of 255:
CREATE TABLE t1 AS SELECT REPEAT('A',1000) DIV 1 AS a;
(Bug #71179, Bug #17994219)
CMake produced not-useful warnings about
(Bug #71089, Bug #17905155, Bug #17894997)
LOAD DATA LOCAL INFILE could use all CPU if
import errors occurred when there were no line delimiters.
(Bug #51840, Bug #11759519)