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Software-update: MySQL 4.0.13 stable

Het database-programma MySQL heeft een tijd geleden een upgrade gekregen naar versie 4.0.13 stable. Deze software wordt gebruikt om verschillende soorten gegevens in een of meerdere databases te beheren. Het changelog geeft de volgende veranderingen aan:

Functionality added or changed:
  • MySQL logo nieuwe stijlPRIMARY KEY now implies NOT NULL. (Bug #390)
  • The windows binary packages are now compiled with --enable-local-infile to match the Unix build configuration.
  • Removed timing of tests from mysql-test-run. time does not accept all required parameters on many platforms (e.g. QNX) and timing the tests is not really required (it's not a benchmark anyway).
  • SHOW MASTER STATUS and SHOW SLAVE STATUS required the SUPER privilege; now they accept REPLICATION CLIENT as well. (Bug #343)
  • Added multi-threaded MyISAM repair optimisation and myisam_repair_threads variable to enable it. See section SHOW VARIABLES.
  • Added innodb_max_dirty_pages_pct variable which controls amount of dirty pages allowed in InnoDB buffer pool.
  • Logged Access denied error message had wrong Using password value. (Bug #398)
  • CURRENT_USER() and "access denied" error messages now report hostname exactly as it was specified in the GRANT command.
  • Removed benchmark results from the source and binary distributions. They are still available in the BK source tree, though.
  • InnoDB tables now support ANALYZE TABLE.
  • MySQL now issues a warning when it opens a table that was created with MySQL 4.1.
  • `mysql' command line client no longer looks for \* commands inside backtick-quoted strings.
  • Option --new now changes binary items (0xFFDF) to be treated as binary strings instead of numbers by default. This fixes some problems with character sets where it's convenient to input the string as a binary item. After this change you have to convert the binary string to INTEGER with a CAST if you want to compare two binary items with each other and know which one is bigger than the other. SELECT CAST(0xfeff AS UNSIGNED) < CAST(0xff AS UNSIGNED). This will be the default behaviour in MySQL 4.1. (Bug #152)
  • Fixed bug with NATURAL LEFT JOIN, NATURAL RIGHT JOIN and RIGHT JOIN when using many joined tables. The problem was that the JOIN method was not always associated with the tables surrounding the JOIN method. If you have a query that uses many RIGHT JOIN or NATURAL ... JOINS you should check that they work as you expected after upgrading MySQL to this version. (Bug #291)
  • Enabled delayed_insert_timeout on Linux (most modern glibc libraries have a fixed pthread_cond_timedwait). (Bug #211)
  • Don't create more insert delayed threads than given by max_insert_delayed_threads. (Bug #211)
  • Changed UPDATE ... LIMIT to also count accepted, but not changed rows.
  • Tuned optimizer to favour clustered index over table scan.
  • BIT_AND() and BIT_OR() now return an unsigned 64 bit value.
  • Added warnings to error log of why a secure connection failed (when running with --log-warnings).
  • Deprecated options --skip-symlink and --use-symbolic-links and replaced these with --symbolic-links.
  • The default option for innodb_flush_log_at_trx_commit was changed from 0 to 1 to make InnoDB tables ACID by default. See section 7.5.3 InnoDB Startup Options.
  • Added a feature to SHOW KEYS to display keys that are disabled by ALTER TABLE DISABLE KEYS command.
  • When using a non-existing table type with CREATE TABLE, first try if the default table type exists before falling back to MyISAM.
  • Added MEMORY as an alias for HEAP.
  • Renamed function rnd to my_rnd as the name was too generic and is an exported symbol in libmysqlclient (thanks to Dennis Haney for the initial patch).
  • Portability fix: renamed `include/dbug.h' to `include/my_debug.h'.
  • mysqldump no longer silently deletes the binlogs when called with --master-data or --first-slave; while this behaviour was convenient for some users, others may suffer from it. Now one has to explicitely ask for this deletion with the new --delete-master-logs option.
  • If the slave is configured (using for example replicate-wild-ignore-table=mysql.%) to exclude mysql.user,, mysql.db, mysql.tables_priv and mysql.columns_priv from replication, then GRANT and REVOKE will not be replicated.
Bugs fixed:
  • Fixed Unknown error when using UPDATE ... LIMIT. (Bug #373)
  • Fixed problem with ansi mode and GROUP BY with constants. (Bug #387)
  • Fixed bug with UNION and OUTER JOIN. (Bug #386)
  • Fixed bug if one used a multi-table UPDATE and the query required a temporary table bigger than tmp_table_size. (Bug #286)
  • Run mysql_install_db with the -IN-RPM option for the Mac OS X installation to not fail on systems with improperly configured hostname configurations.
  • LOAD DATA INFILE will now read 000000 as a zero date instead as "2000-00-00".
  • Fixed bug that caused DELETE FROM table WHERE const_expression always to delete the whole table (even if expression result was false). (Bug #355)
  • Fixed core dump bug when using FORMAT('nan',#). (Bug #284)
  • Fixed name resolution bug with HAVING ... COUNT(DISTINCT ...).
  • Fixed wrong result from truncation operator (*) in MATCH ... AGAINST() in some complex joins.
  • Fixed a crash in REPAIR ... USE_FRM command, when used on read-only, nonexisting table or a table with a crashed index file.
  • Fixed a crashing bug in mysql monitor program. It occured if program was started with --no-defaults, with a prompt that contained hostname and connection to non-existing db was requested
  • Fixed problem when comparing a key for a multi-byte-character set. (Bug #152)
  • Fixed bug in LEFT, RIGHT and MID when used with multi-byte character sets and some GROUP BY queries. (Bug #314)
  • Fix problem with ORDER BY being discarded for some DISTINCT queries. (Bug #275)
  • Fixed that SET SQL_BIG_SELECTS=1 works as documented (This corrects a new bug introduced in 4.0)
  • Fixed some serious bugs in UPDATE ... ORDER BY. (Bug #241)
  • Fixed unlikely problem in optimising WHERE clause with constant expression like in WHERE 1 AND (a=1 AND b=1).
  • Fixed that SET SQL_BIG_SELECTS=1 works again.
  • Introduced proper backtick quoting for db.table in SHOW GRANTS.
  • FULLTEXT index stopped working after ALTER TABLE that converts TEXT field to CHAR. (Bug #283)
  • Fixed a security problem with SELECT and wildcarded select list, when user only had partial column SELECT privileges on the table.
  • Mark a MyISAM table as "analyzed" only when all the keys are indeed analyzed.
  • Only ignore world-writeable `my.cnf' files that are regular files (and not e.g. named pipes or character devices).
  • Fixed few smaller issues with SET PASSWORD.
  • Fixed error message which contained deprecated text.
  • Fixed a bug with two NATURAL JOINs in the query.
  • SUM() didn't return NULL when there was no rows in result or when all values was NULL.
  • On Unix symbolic links handling was not enabled by default and there was no way to turn this on.
  • Added missing dashes to parameter --open-files-limit in `mysqld_safe'. (Bug #264)
  • Fixed wrong hostname for TCP/IP connections displayed in SHOW PROCESSLIST.
  • Fixed a bug with NAN in FORMAT(...) function ...
  • Fixed a bug with improperly cached database privileges.
  • Fixed a bug in ALTER TABLE ENABLE / DISABLE KEYS which failed to force a refresh of table data in the cache.
  • Fixed bugs in replication of LOAD DATA INFILE for custom parameters (ENCLOSED, TERMINATED and so on) and temporary tables (Bugs #183 and #222).
  • Fixed a replication bug when the master is 3.23 and the slave 4.0: the slave lost the replicated temporary tables if FLUSH LOGS was issued on the master. (Bug #254)
  • Fixed a bug when doing LOAD DATA INFILE IGNORE : when reading the binary log, mysqlbinlog and the replication code read REPLACE instead of IGNORE. This could make the slave's table become different from the master's table. (Bug #218)
  • Fixed a deadlock when relay_log_space_limit was set to a too small value. (Bug #79)
  • Fixed a bug in HAVING clause when an alias is used from the select list.
  • Fixed a bug in MyISAM when a row is inserted into a table with a large number of NULL columns. Bug was caused by wrong calculation of the record length, as the space required for storage of NULL bits was not added to the total record length.
  • Fixed a bug when SELECT @nonexistent_variable caused the error in client - server protocol due to net_printf() being sent to the client twice.
  • Fixed a bug in setting SQL_BIG_SELECTS option.
  • Fixed a bug in SHOW PROCESSLIST which only displayed a localhost in the "Host" column. This was caused by a glitch that only used current thread info instead info from the linked list of threads.
  • Removed unnecessary Mac OS X helper files from server RPM. (Bug #144)
  • Allow optimisation of multi-table-update for InnoDB tables as well.
  • Fixed a bug in multi-table-updates that caused some rows to be updated several times.
  • Fixed a bug in mysqldump when it was called with --master-data: the CHANGE MASTER TO commands appended to the SQL dump had wrong coordinates. (Bug #159)
  • Fixed a bug when an updating query using USER() was replicated on the slave ; this caused segfault on the slave. (Bug #178). USER() is still badly replicated on the slave (it is replicated to "").
Versienummer 4.0.13 stable
Besturingssystemen Windows 9x, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Linux, BSD, Windows XP, Linux x86, macOS, Solaris, UNIX
Website MySQL
Licentietype GPL

Door Robin Vreuls


21-05-2003 • 23:11

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Submitter: Jorikjet

Bron: MySQL


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Er is inmiddels zag ik laatst ook een versie 5.0 te downloaden. Dit is een developer versie.... Maar dan kan je wel alvast spelen met stored procedures, waar velen op zitten te wachten! Overigens alleen in source code te verkrijgen...
Misschien is een linkje dan handig, want op staat ie geloof ik nog niet echt duidelijk aangegeven.

Het kan dus, maar waarschijnlijk wil je het zelfs niet, het is nog geen alpha en het aantal nieuwe features dat ze al geimplementeerd hebben zal vrij schaars zijn.
Versie 5 is voor zover ik weet nog niet te downloaden. In de documentation staat dat het een interne development-versie is, deze zal uit komen wanneer de developers van MySQL AB de tijd rijp vinden. Volgens mij was de planning begin 2005(in nieuwsbrief gelezen). Maar dat durf ik niet met 100% zekerheid te zeggen.
Ik vind EasyPHP erg handig, vooral voor de beginnelingen zoals ik :P Dit is een pakket waar PHP, MySQL + Apache in één verpakking is inbegrepen. naar mijn mening aan te raden aan de andere beginnelingen (of "gevorderde" die geen zin hebben om de 3 paketten los in te stellen)
nee dank je,
ik dacht van, na misschien wel handig,
zou alleen wel leuk zijn als het nog geupdate werd :?

quoteje van de site:
Current version:
EasyPHP 1.6 date [ 24/04/2002 ]

sorry, beetje te oud als je het mij vraagt :(
Een wel up to date vergelijkbaar pakket vind je op

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