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Migration of MTR suites to use Innodb

In MySQL 5.7.2 a new include file “–source include/“ made its appearance in most of the .test files in the MTR suite. If you were wondering about this read on.

I will explain this change in two blogs. The first will describe why we are doing this and the next will explain how it is being done.

In order to set the context let me delve a bit into history. Starting from MySQL 5.5, the default storage engine for new tables is InnoDB. This change was coupled with a reverse switch in mysql-test-run, which made MyISAM the default storage engine for the server started through MTR(mysql-test-run). As a result default storage engine in the server was innodb, but most tests were run with the old default MyISAM.

Let me explain why such a switch was required. The usual practice in MTR test development was to not specify an engine in create table statement, unless the test is specifically for a …

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