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Fun with Bugs #17 - Oldies but Goldies
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I've just noted the date... 8 years ago I had my first official working day as a support engineer in bugs verification team of MySQL Support at MySQL AB. Why not to celebrate this anniversary with a blog post about bugs?

So, here they are, 12 oldest bugs in MySQL software that are still just "Verified" (it should mean they are accepted, but not yet fixed):
  • Bug #2 - MySQL Connector/J doesn't make toast. I knew that Connector/J must be the most broken MySQL software (as I hate Hibernate). Now you can see how much it is broken, and nobody cares to fix it since 2002! This is a real shame...
  • Bug #199 - Innodb autoincrement counter is lost on restart. This great report from Peter Zaitsev is still "Verified", since



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