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Simple way to crash InnoDB plugin 1.0
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Now I figured out the reason for MySQL Server 5.1.24 crash when used with InnoDB plugin 1.0. As I had a older my.cnf in the path and it had innodb_flush_method=fdatasync as the default flush method. But from 5.1.24 onwards, fdatasync is not supported as the flush method (not sure why we have such a change in the final stage of RC code, but  …)

Even though I get an error in the mysql (http://www.mysql.com)d.err log that InnoDB failed to register; but server starts and loads rest of InnoDB information schema plugins without the main InnoDB plugin.

InnoDB: Unrecognized value fdatasync for innodb_flush_method
080423 22:36:04 [ERROR] Plugin 'InnoDB' init function returned error.
080423 22:36:04 [ERROR]
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MySQL 5.1.24, InnoDB plugin 1.0 failures, server crash
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Looks like the InnoDB plugin is completely broken with MySQL-5.1.24; at least there is no luck for me so far to set it up right. First, the Makefile is broken. Second, I tried to do a static build of InnoDB plugin with MySQL (http://www.mysql.com) server (–enable-innodb and –with-plugin-innobase) resulted in partial InnoDB plugins (Information schema) missing the main one as shown below:

   1:  mysql> show plugins;
   2:  +---------------------+--------+--------------------+---------+---------+
   3:  | Name                | Status | Type               | Library | License |
   4:
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