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Nasty Regression Bug Seems Fixed in 5.5.18
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For those who saw my previous post about the crashing (regression) bug with SELECT COUNT(DISTINCT) on InnoDB with Primary Key (PK), you’ll be interested to know my test case does not crash in 5.5.18 (which was just released).

I’ve only tested my test case thus far, but it seems fine.

Unfortunately, the fix is not mentioned in the 5.5.18 changelogs though.

And there is no mention (yet, anyway) of a fix in the bug report I filed (though it was …

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Nasty Regression Bug: SELECT COUNT(DISTINCT) crashes InnoDB when WHERE operand is in Primary Key or Unique Index
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In 5.5, a crashing, regression bug exists if you use SELECT COUNT(DISTINCT) *and* one of the WHERE operands is in the Primary Key (or just a unique index).

This simple crash (if only one row is in the table) will crash mysqld.

Of course I’ve filed a bug report, but that has been nearly 3 months and no updates yet.

Here is the bug I filed (which you won’t be able to view):

http://bugs.mysql.com/bug.php?id=61842

Really, the only thing that happened to my bug report was that it was designated a duplicate of another bug (which we also cannot view):

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