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Fun with Bugs #44 - Community Bugs Fixed in MySQL 5.7.14

MySQL 5.7.14 was officially released yesterday. So, it's time to check what bugs reported by MySQL Community in public were fixed in this release. Some of these bugs are presented below.

As usual, let me start with InnoDB. The following bugs were fixed there:

  • Bug #80296 - "FTS query exceeds result cache limit". It was reported (for 5.6, but I do not see new 5.6 release notes yet) by Monty Solomon and verified by Umesh.
  • Bug #80304 - "generated columns don't work with foreign key actions". It was reported by Guilhem Bichot based on test case by Peter Gulutzan presented …
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Deprecating the mysql_config –libs_r option

As Norvald wrote in his recent post:

A long time ago, libmysqlclient came in two versions: one that was thread safe and one that wasn’t. But that was a long time ago. Since MySQL 5.5, the thread safe libmysqlclient_r library has just been a symlink to the libmysqlclient library, which has been thread safe at least since then.

The client library, part 4: How to write a simple MySQL client in C using CMake and pkg-config

The client library — libmysqlclient — is part of the same source code repository as the server. It comes both as a dynamic link library (.so), also called a shared library, and as a static link library (.a). During the 5.7 development cycle, we’ve made several improvements to the library, which has resulted in a bump from ABI version 18 to version 20.…

The client library, part 3: Building MySQL client applications

The client library — libmysqlclient — is part of the same source code repository as the server. It comes both as a dynamic link library (.so), also called a shared library, and as a static link library (.a). During the 5.7 development cycle, we’ve made several improvements to the library, which has resulted in a bump from ABI version 18 to version 20.…

WebScaleSQL 5.6.24 is built and ready to test

On Tuesday  Steaphan Greene  announced that all currently-pushed changes have now been rebased onto the newly-released upstream MySQL-5.6.24.


The new branch at this point is available on github.

Our .deb and .rpm builds are available in the PSCE repo as well as being browsable here http://repo.psce.com/download/webscalesql/

Instructions for using the repo are available for Debian …

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Scripts which I use to automatically build MySQL servers and run tests

Few months ago, when MySQL Engineering Team moved MySQL Server sources to GitHub I found it would be waste of time to manually copy all scripts which I use to regularly and automatically build and test all versions, needed for verifying bug reports. I run these scripts on 3 machines at least. So I started my own GitHub project, called mysql-scripts

Now this project contains four scripts. First one is build.sh which  I use for building. By default it checks out MySQL Server sources, builds them in directory $HOME/src/mysql-VERSION, then installs to $HOME/build/mysql-VERSION But all configuration is settable. For example, now I regularly build Percona Server with single command `build.sh -g …

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MySQL 5.7.6 is out. Be prepared for big changes



Today Oracle released MySQL 5.7.6 milestone 16. With this, MySQL 5.7 has been in development for over 2 years.
Compared to MySQL 5.6, the changes are quite extensive. The main effort of the team has been focused on speed, with performance reportedly improved from 2 to 3 times compared to previous releases.
A full list of what is new would take too much space here, but I would like to mention some key points:


  • Oracle has spent a considerable amount of energy in the improvement of MySQL security and safety. You will see many new features, but even more old features that were deprecated and more that were removed after deprecation in 5.6.
  • The installation process has been changing in every …
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Building MySQL 5.7

The 5.7.5 DMR is now available, and we’ve made some changes to our build system in this one, so I wanted to spend some time discussing how you would now build MySQL.

When we released our April labs release, I wrote about building MySQL with Boost. Now that the first GIS work using Boost.Geometry has passed all the hurdles and landed in a development milestone release (DMR), it’s time to revisit the topic. From now on (5.7.5 and newer), MySQL needs Boost headers to compile. It’s not optional.

We got a few bug …

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How to install Phalcon PHP framework in Ubuntu linux?

Well, we have all heard about the fastest php framework out there. But how do we install it in a Ubuntu Linux machine.

Default process for any linux setup.

Steps:

1. First, we need  a few packages previously installed. To install them, issue the distro specific command in your linux terminal.

For Ubuntu:

sudo apt-get install php5-dev php5-mysql gcc libpcre3-dev

For Fedora:

sudo yum install php-devel php-mysqlnd gcc libtool

For RHEL:

sudo yum install php-devel php-mysql gcc libtool

For Suse:

yast2 -i php5-pear php5-devel php5-mysql gcc

Basically, here we are installing the dev tools we require to compile and setup the Phalcon extension.

2. Get the Phalcon build using git

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Building MySQL with boost on windows

As you've probably heard already MySQL needs boost to build.

However, in the good ol' MySQL tradition, the above link does give you only the instructions on how to build it on linux. And completely ignores the fact that there're other OSes too that people develop on.

To fill in that gap, I've compiled a small step by step guide on how to do it on windows. Note that I always, as a principle, build out-of-source.

The typical setup I have is :

bzr clone lp:~mysql/mysql-server/5.7 mysql-trunk
cd mysql-trunk
mkdir bld
cd bld
cmake -DWITH_DEBUG=1 -DMYSQL_PROJECT_NAME=mysql-trunk ..
devenv /build debug mysql-trunk.sln

This has been tested to work on a 32 bit compile using VS2013 on a Windows7 64 bit build. Note that you'll need …

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