MySQL

3.23.11

Released on 16 Feb 2000
MySQL 3.23.11 Changelog

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  • Added HIGH_PRIORITY option to INSERT. This overrides the effect of the --low-priority-updates server option and does not perform concurrent inserts.

  • Permit the ALTER TABLE tbl_name ADD (field_list) syntax.

  • Fixed problem with optimizer that could sometimes use incorrect keys.

  • Fixed that GRANT/REVOKE ALL PRIVILEGES doesn't affect GRANT OPTION.

  • Removed extra ) from the output of SHOW GRANTS.

  • Fixed problem when storing numbers in timestamps.

  • Fix problem with time zones that have half hour offsets.

  • Permit the syntax UNIQUE INDEX in CREATE statements.

  • mysqlhotcopy - fast online hot-backup utility for local MySQL databases. By Tim Bunce.

  • New more secure mysqlaccess. Thanks to Steve Harvey for this.

  • Added --i-am-a-dummy and --safe-updates options to mysql.

  • Added select_limit and max_join_size variables to mysql.

  • Added sql_max_join_size and sql_safe_updates options.

  • Added READ LOCAL lock that doesn't lock the table for concurrent inserts. (This is used by mysqldump.)

  • Changed that LOCK TABLES ... READ no longer permits concurrent inserts.

  • Added --skip-delay-key-write option to mysqld.

  • Fixed security problem in the protocol regarding password checking.

  • _rowid can now be used as an alias for an integer type unique indexed column.

  • Added back blocking of SIGPIPE when compiling with --thread-safe-clients to make things safe for old clients.