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MySQL 5.0.9-beta has been released!!
2005-07-15 09:22:30ⓒ
2005-07-15 09:46:13ⓜ

5.0.8 의 버그가 많네요.. 5.0.9 로 업뎃하세요...



MySQL 5.0.9-beta, a new version of the popular Open Source Database
Management System, has been released. It includes support for
Stored Procedures, Triggers, Views and many other new enhancements.
The Community Edition is now available in source and binary form for a
number of platforms from our download pages at and mirror sites.

Note that not all mirror sites may be up-to-date at this point. If you
cannot find this version on a particular mirror, please try again later
or choose another download site.

This is the fifth published Beta release in the 5.0 series.
All attention will continue to be focused on fixing bugs and stabilizing
5.0 for later production release.

Version 5.0.8-beta was not published, so its changes are included in
this announcement.

NOTE: This Beta release, as any other pre-production release, should not
be installed on ``production'' level systems or systems with critical
data. It is good practice to back up your data before installing any new
version of software. Although MySQL has done its best to ensure a high
level of quality, protect your data by making a backup as you would for
any software beta release.

Please refer to our bug database at for more
details about the individual open and resolved bugs in this version.

Changes in release 5.0.9

Functionality added or changed:
* InnoDB: When creating or extending an InnoDB data file, at most one
megabyte at a time is allocated for initializing the file. Previously,
InnoDB allocated and initialized 1 or 8 megabytes of memory, even if
only a few 16-kilobyte pages were to be written. This improves the
performance of CREATE TABLE in innodb_file_per_table mode.
* InnoDB: Various optimizations. Removed unreachable debug code from
non-debug builds. Added hints for the branch predictor in GCC. Made
assertions occupy less space.
* InnoDB: Make innodb_thread_concurrency=20 by default. Bypass the
concurrency checking if the setting is greater than or equal to 20.
* InnoDB: Make CHECK TABLE killable. (Bug #9730
* Recursion in stored routines is now disabled because it was crashing
the server. We plan to modify stored routines to allow this to
operate safely in a future release. (Bug #11394
* The handling of BIT columns has been improved, and should now be much
more reliable in a number of cases. (Bug #10617
Bug #11572 (

Bugs fixed:
* When used in joins, SUBSTRING() failed to truncate to zero any string
values that could not be converted to numbers. (Bug #10124
* mysqldump --xml did not format NULL column values correctly. (Bug
#9657 (
* There was a compression algorithm issue with myisampack for very large
datasets (where the total size of of all records in a single column
was on the order of 3 GB or more) on 64-bit platforms. (A fix for
other platforms was made in MySQL 5.0.6.) (Bug #8321
* Temporary tables were created in the data directory instead of tmpdir.
(Bug #11440 (
* MySQL would not compile correctly on QNX due to missing rint()
function. (Bug #11544 (
* A SELECT DISTINCT col_name would work correctly with a MyISAM table
only when there was an index on col_name. (Bug #11484
* The server would lose table-level CREATE VIEW and SHOW VIEW privileges
following a FLUSH PRIVILEGES or server restart. (Bug #9795
* In strict mode, an INSERT into a view that did not include a value for
a NOT NULL column but that did include a WHERE test on the same
column would succeed, This happened even though the INSERT should
have been prevented due to the failure to supply a value for the NOT
NULL column. (Bug #6443 (
* Running a CHECK TABLES on multiple views crashed the server. (Bug
#11337 (
* When a table had a primary key containing a BLOB column, creation of
another index failed with the error BLOB/TEXT column used in key
specification without keylength, even when the new index did not
contain a BLOB column. (Bug #11657 (
* NDB Cluster: When trying to open a table that could not be discovered
or unpacked, cluster would return error codes which the MySQL server
falsely interpreted as operating system errors. (Bug #10365
* Manually inserting a row with host='' into mysql.tables_priv and
performing a FLUSH PRIVILEGES would cause the server to crash. (Bug
#11330 (
* A cursor using a query with a filter on a DATE or DATETIME column
would cause the server to crash server after the data was fetched.
(Bug #11172 (
* Closing a cursor that was already closed would cause MySQL to hang.
(Bug #9814 (
* Using CONCAT_WS on a column set NOT NULL caused incorrect results when
used in a LEFT JOIN. (Bug #11469 (
* Signed BIGINT would not accept -9223372036854775808 as a DEFAULT

Changes in release 5.0.8 (not published)

Note: Starting with version 5.0.8, changes for MySQL Cluster can be
found in the combined Change History.

Functionality added or changed:
* MEMORY tables now support indexes of up to 500 bytes. See Section
14.3, "The MEMORY (HEAP) Storage Engine." (Bug #10566
* New SQL_MODE - NO_ENGINE_SUBSTITUTION Prevents automatic substitution
of storage engine when the requested storage engine is disabled or
not compiled in. (Bug #6877 (
DATABASE cause an implicit commit. (Bug #6883
* Expanded on information provided in general log and slow query log for
prepared statements. (Bug #8367 (, Bug
#9334 (
* Where a GROUP BY query uses a grouping column from the query's SELECT
clause, MySQL now issues a warning. This is because the SQL standard
states that any grouping column must unambiguously reference a column
of the table resulting from the query's FROM clause, and allowing
columns from the SELECT clause to be used as grouping columns is a
MySQL extension to the standard.
By way of example, consider the following table:
username VARCHAR(25),
usergroupid INT NOT NULL
MySQL allows you to use the alias in this query:
SELECT usergroupid AS id, COUNT(userid) AS number_of_users
FROM users
However, the SQL standard requires that the column name be used, as
shown here:
SELECT usergroupid AS id, COUNT(userid) AS number_of_users
FROM users
GROUP BY usergroupid;
Queries such as the first of the two shown above will continue to be
supported in MySQL; however, beginning with MySQL 5.0.8, using a
column alias in this fashion will generate a warning. Note that in
the event of a collision between column names and/or aliases used in
joins, MySQL attempts to resolve the conflict by giving preference to
columns arising from tables named in the query's FROM clause.
(Bug #11211 (
* The granting or revocation of privileges on a stored routine is no
longer performed when running the server with --skip-grant-tables
even after the statement SET @@global.automatic_sp_privileges=1; has
been executed. (Bug #9993 (
* Added support for B'10' syntax for bit literal. (Bug #10650

Bugs fixed:
* Security fix: On Windows systems, a user with any of the following
on *.* could crash mysqld by issuing a USE LPT1; or USE PRN; command.
In addition, any of the commands USE NUL;, USE CON;, USE COM1;, or
USE AUX; would report success even though the database was not in
fact changed. Note: Although this bug was thought to be fixed
previously, it was later discovered to be present in the MySQL
5.0.7-beta release for Windows. (Bug #9148
(, CAN-2005-0799
* mysqld_safe would sometimes fail to remove the pid file for the old
mysql process after a crash. As a result, the server would fail to
start due to a false A mysqld process already exists... error. (Bug
#11122 (
* CAST( ... AS DECIMAL) didn't work for strings. (Bug #11283
* NULLIF() function could produce incorrect results if first argument is
NULL. (Bug #11142 (
* Setting @@SQL_MODE = NULL caused an erroneous error message. (Bug
#10732 (
* Converting a VARCHAR column having an index to a different type (such
as TINYTEXT) gave rise to an incorrect error message. (Bug #10543
Note that this bugfix induces a slight change in the behaviour of
indexes: If an index is defined to be the same length as a field (or
is left to default to that field's length), and the length of the
field is later changed, then the index will adopt the new length of
the field. Previously, the size of the index did not change for some
field types (such as VARCHAR) when the field type was changed.
* sql_data_access column of routines table of INFORMATION_SCHEMA was
empty. (Bug #11055 (
* A CAST() value could not be included in a VIEW. (Bug #11387
* Server crashed when using GROUP BY on the result of a DIV operation on
a DATETIME value. (Bug #11385 (
* Possible NULL values in BLOB columns could crash the server when a
BLOB was used in a GROUP BY query. (Bug #11295
* Fixed 64 bit compiler warning for packet length in replication. (Bug
#11064 (
* Multiple range accesses in a subquery cause server crash. (Bug #11487
* An issue with index merging could cause suboptimal index merge plans
to be chosen when searching by indexes created on DATE columns. The
same issue caused the InnoDB storage engine to issue the warning using
a partial-field key prefix in search. (Bug #8441
* The mysqlhotcopy script was not parsing the output of SHOW SLAVE
STATUS correctly when called with the --record_log_pos option. (Bug
#7967 (
* SELECT * FROM table returned incorrect results when called from a
stored procedure, where table had a primary key. (Bug #10136
* When used in defining a view, the TIME_FORMAT() function failed with
calculated values, for example, when passed the value returned by
SEC_TO_TIME(). (Bug #7521 (
* SELECT DISTINCT ... GROUP BY constant returned multiple rows (it
should return a single row). (Bug #8614 (
* INSERT INTO SELECT FROM view produced incorrect result when using
ORDER BY. (Bug #11298 (
* Fixed hang/crash with Boolean full-text search where a query contained
more query terms that one-third of the query length (it could be
achieved with truncation operator: 'a*b*c*d*'). (Bug #7858
* Fixed column name generation in VIEW creation to ensure there are no
duplicate column names. (Bug #7448 (
* An ORDER BY clause sometimes had no effect on the ordering of a result
when selecting specific columns (as opposed to using SELECT *) from a
view. (Bug #7422 (
* Some data definition statements (CREATE TABLE where the table was not
DATABASE) were not being written to the binary log after a ROLLBACK.
This also caused problems with replication. (Bug #6883
* Calling a stored procedure that made use of an INSERT ... SELECT ...
UNION SELECT ... query caused a server crash. (Bug #11060
* Selecting from a view defined using SELECT SUM(DISTINCT ...) caused an
error; attempting to execute a
query after defining such a view crashed the server. (Bug #7015
* The mysql client would output a prompt twice following input of very
long strings, because it incorrectly assumed that a call to the
_cgets() function would clear the input buffer. (Bug #10840
* A three byte buffer overflow in the client functions caused improper
exiting of the client when reading a command from the user. (Bug
#10841 (
* Fixed a problem where a stored procedure caused a server crash if the
query cache was enabled. (Bug #9715 (
* SHOW CREATE DATABASE INFORMATION_SCHEMA returned an “unknown database”
error. (Bug #9434 (
* Corrected a problem with IFNULL() returning an incorrect result on
64-bit systems. (Bug #11235 (
* Fixed a problem resolving table names with lower_case_table_names=2
when the table name lettercase differed in the FROM and WHERE
clauses. (Bug #9500 (
* Fixed server crash due to some internal functions not taking into
account that for multi-byte character sets, CHAR columns could exceed
255 bytes and VARCHAR columns could exceed 65,535 bytes. (Bug #11167
* Fixed locking problems for multiple-statement DELETE statements
performed within a stored routine, such as incorrectly locking a
to-be-modified table with a read lock rather than a write lock. (Bug
#11158 (
* Fixed a portability problem testing for crypt() support that caused
compilation problems when using OpenSSL/yaSSL on HP-UX and Mac OS X.
(Bug #10675 (, Bug #11150
* The hostname cache was not working. (Bug #10931
* On Windows, mysqlshow did not interpret wildcard characters properly
if they were given in the table name argument. (Bug #10947
* Using PREPARE to prepare a statement that invoked a stored routine
that deallocated the prepared statement caused a server crash. This
is prevented by disabling dynamic SQL within stored routines.
(Bug #10975 (
* Using PREPARE to prepare a statement that invoked a stored routine
that executed the prepared statement caused a Packets out of order
error the second time the routine was invoked. This is prevented by
disabling dynamic SQL within stored routines. (Bug #7115
* Using prepared statements within a stored routine (PREPARE, EXECUTE,
DEALLOCATE) could cause the client connection to be dropped after the
routine returned. This is prevented by disabling dynamic SQL within
stored routines. (Bug #10605 (
* When using a cursor with a prepared statement, the first execution
returned the correct result but was not cleaned up properly, causing
subsequent executions to return incorrect results. (Bug #10729
* MySQL Cluster: Connections between data nodes and management nodes
were not being closed following shutdown of ndb_mgmd. (Bug
#11132 (
* MySQL Cluster: mysqld processes would not reconnect to cluster
following restart of ndb_mgmd. (Bug #11221
* MySQL Cluster: Fixed problem whereby data nodes would fail to restart
on 64-bit Solaris (Bug #9025 (
* MySQL Cluster: Calling ndb_select_count() crashed the cluster when
running on Red Hat Enterprise 4/64-bit/Opteron. (Bug #10058
* MySQL Cluster: Insert records were incorrectly applied by ndb_restore,
thus making restoration from backup inconsistent if the binlog
contained inserts. (Bug #11166 (
* MySQL Cluster: Cluster would time out and crash after first query on
64-bit Solaris 9. (Bug #8918 (
* MySQL Cluster: ndb_mgm client show command displayed incorrect output
after master data node failure. (Bug #11050
* MySQL Cluster: A delete performed as part of a transaction caused an
erroneous result. (Bug #11133 (
* MySQL Cluster: Not allowing sufficient parallelism in cluster
configuration (e.g. NoOfTransactions too small) caused ndb_restore to
fail without providing any error messages. (Bug #10294
* MySQL Cluster: When using dynamically allocated ports on Linux,
cluster would hang on initial startup. (Bug #10893
* MySQL Cluster: Setting TransactionInactiveTimeout= 0 did not result in
an infinite timeout. (Bug #11290 (
* InnoDB: Enforce maximum CHAR_LENGTH() of UTF-8 data in ON UPDATE
CASCADE. (Bug #10409 (
* InnoDB: Pad UTF-8 variable-length CHAR columns with 0x20. Pad UCS2
CHAR columns with 0x0020. (Bug #10511 (



Joerg Bruehe, Senior Production Engineer

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