MySQL

3.23.39

Released on 12 Jun 2001
MySQL 3.23.39 Changelog

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  • The AUTO_INCREMENT sequence wasn't reset when dropping and adding an AUTO_INCREMENT column.

  • CREATE ... SELECT now creates nonunique indexes delayed.

  • Fixed problem where LOCK TABLES tbl_name READ followed by FLUSH TABLES put an exclusive lock on the table.

  • REAL @variable values were represented with only 2 digits when converted to strings.

  • Fixed problem that client hung when LOAD TABLE FROM MASTER failed.

  • myisamchk --fast --force no longer repairs tables that only had the open count wrong.

  • Added functions to handle symbolic links to make life easier in 4.0.

  • We are now using the -lcma thread library on HP-UX 10.20 so that MySQL is more stable on HP-UX.

  • Fixed problem with IF() and number of decimals in the result.

  • Fixed date-part extraction functions to work with dates where day or month is 0.

  • Extended argument length in option files from 256 to 512 chars.

  • Fixed problem with shutdown when INSERT DELAYED was waiting for a LOCK TABLE.

  • Fixed core dump bug in InnoDB when tablespace was full.

  • Fixed problem with MERGE tables and big tables (larger than 4GB) when using ORDER BY.