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|Name: MySQL-Max||Distribution: Mandrake Linux|
|Version: 4.0.18||Vendor: MandrakeSoft|
|Release: 1mdk||Build date: Mon Feb 23 12:02:49 2004|
|Group: Databases||Build host: ke.mandrakesoft.com|
|Size: 4350799||Source RPM: MySQL-4.0.18-1mdk.src.rpm|
|Packager: Warly <email@example.com>|
|Summary: MySQL - server with Berkeley DB and Innodb support|
Optional MySQL server binary that supports features like transactional tables. You can use it as an alternate to MySQL basic server.
* Sun Feb 22 2004 Warly <firstname.lastname@example.org> 4.0.18-1mdk - new version (bugfixes) - add innodb support in default MySQL - do not call logger in initscripts any more to close all local IO references * Tue Jan 20 2004 Frederic Lepied <email@example.com> 4.0.17-2mdk - fixed strings in init scripts - add require perl-Mysql in MySQL-common * Sun Dec 21 2003 Oden Eriksson <firstname.lastname@example.org> 4.0.17-1mdk - 4.0.17 - rediffed P0 and P8 - drop unused P7 * Thu Oct 23 2003 Oden Eriksson <email@example.com> 4.0.16-1mdk - 4.0.16 - rediffed P0 and P5 - make it start after network and before any other requiring it (P0) * Sun Sep 14 2003 Warly <firstname.lastname@example.org> 4.0.15-1mdk - Security update * Fri Aug 08 2003 Warly <email@example.com> 4.0.14-1mdk - new version (main changes): * Enabled `INSERT' from `SELECT' when the table into which the records are inserted is also a table listed in the `SELECT'. * Added `--nice' option to `mysqld_safe' to allow setting the niceness of the `mysqld' process. * `RESET SLAVE' now clears the `Last_errno' and `Last_error' fields in the output of `SHOW SLAVE STATUS'. * Added `max_relay_log_size' variable; the relay log will be rotated automatically when its size exceeds `max_relay_log_size'. But if `max_relay_log_size' is 0 (the default), `max_binlog_size' will be used (as in older versions). `max_binlog_size' still applies to binary logs in any case. * Fri Aug 01 2003 Gwenole Beauchesne <firstname.lastname@example.org> 4.0.13-4mdk - lib64 fixes, quotes test fixes - BuildRequires: termcap-devel for MDK 9.2 * Thu Jul 10 2003 Laurent MONTEL <email@example.com> 4.0.13-3mdk - Rebuild * Wed Jun 04 2003 Oden Eriksson <firstname.lastname@example.org> 4.0.13-2mdk - brute fix the offending "perl(the)" stuff, remove this when perl.req is fixed. - fix "no-prereq-on rpm-helper" for MySQL-common - fix "no-provides libmysql-devel" for libmysql12-devel - activated %clean * Fri May 30 2003 Warly <email@example.com> 4.0.13-1mdk - new version (main changes): Functionality added or changed: - `PRIMARY KEY' now implies `NOT NULL'. - `SHOW MASTER STATUS' and `SHOW SLAVE STATUS' required the `SUPER' privilege; now they accept `REPLICATION CLIENT' as well. - MySQL now issues a warning when it opens a table that was created with MySQL 4.1. - Option `--new' now changes binary items (`0xFFDF') to be treated as binary strings instead of numbers by default. This fixes some problems with character sets where it's convenient to input the string as a binary item. After this change you have to convert the binary string to `INTEGER' with a `CAST' if you want to compare two binary items with each other and know which one is bigger than the other. `SELECT CAST(0xfeff AS UNSIGNED) < CAST(0xff AS UNSIGNED)'. This will be the default behaviour in MySQL 4.1. (Bug #152) - Fixed bug with `NATURAL LEFT JOIN', `NATURAL RIGHT JOIN' and `RIGHT JOIN' when using many joined tables. The problem was that the `JOIN' method was not always associated with the tables surrounding the `JOIN' method. If you have a query that uses many `RIGHT JOIN' or `NATURAL ... JOINS' you should check that they work as you expected after upgrading MySQL to this version. - Tuned optimizer to favour clustered index over table scan. - `BIT_AND()' and `BIT_OR()' now return an unsigned 64 bit value. Bugs fixed: - Fixed `Unknown error' when using `UPDATE ... LIMIT'. - Fixed problem with ansi mode and `GROUP BY' with constants. - Fixed bug if one used a multi-table `UPDATE' and the query required a temporary table bigger than `tmp_table_size'. - `LOAD DATA INFILE' will now read `000000' as a zero date instead as `"2000-00-00"'. - Fixed bug that caused `DELETE FROM table WHERE const_expression' always to delete the whole table. - Fixed core dump bug when using `FORMAT('nan',#)'. - Fixed wrong result from truncation operator (`*') in `MATCH ... AGAINST()' in some complex joins. - Fixed a crash in `REPAIR ... USE_FRM' command, when used on read-only, nonexisting table or a table with a crashed index file. - Fixed bug in `LEFT', `RIGHT' and `MID' when used with multi-byte character sets and some `GROUP BY' queries. - Fix problem with `ORDER BY' being discarded for some `DISTINCT' queries. - Fixed that `SET SQL_BIG_SELECTS=1' works as documented (New bug in 4.0) - Fixed some serious bugs in `UPDATE ... ORDER BY'. - Fixed that `SET SQL_BIG_SELECTS=1' works again. - `FULLTEXT' index stopped working after `ALTER TABLE' that converts `TEXT' field to `CHAR'. - Fixed a security problem with `SELECT' and wildcarded select list, when user only had partial column `SELECT' privileges on the table. - Only ignore world-writeable `my.cnf' files that are regular files (and not e.g. named pipes or character devices). - `SUM()' didn't return `NULL' when there was no rows in result or when all values was `NULL'. - On Unix symbolic links handling was not enabled by default and there was no way to turn this on. - Fixed a bug with `NAN' in `FORMAT(...)' function ... - Fixed a bug with improperly cached database privileges. - Fixed a bug in `ALTER TABLE ENABLE / DISABLE KEYS' which failed to force a refresh of table data in the cache. - Fixed bugs in replication of `LOAD DATA INFILE' for custom parameters (`ENCLOSED', `TERMINATED' and so on) and temporary tables. - Fixed a replication bug when the master is 3.23 and the slave 4.0: the slave lost the replicated temporary tables if `FLUSH LOGS' was issued on the master. * Sun May 11 2003 Stefan van der Eijk <firstname.lastname@example.org> 4.0.12-3mdk - BuildRequires openssl-static-devel - removed redeundant BuildRequires - fix build on alpha: add -fPIC to CXXFLAGS (thanks glee) * Fri May 02 2003 Warly <email@example.com> 4.0.12-2mdk - buildrequires openssl-devel - add splitted manual in 'chapter' subdir in doc dir (Steve White) * Wed Apr 09 2003 Warly <firstname.lastname@example.org> 4.0.12-1mdk - new version (main changes): * `mysqld' no longer reads options from world-writeable config files. * Fixed `mysqld' crash on extremely small values of `sort_buffer' variable. * Fixed checking of random part of `WHERE' clause. * Don't allow `BACKUP TABLE' to overwrite existing files. * Fixed a bug with multi-table `UPDATE's when user had all privileges on the database where tables are located and there were any entries in `tables_priv' table, i.e. `grant_option' was true. * Fixed a bug that allowed a user with table or column grants on some table, `TRUNCATE' any table in the same database. * Fixed deadlock when doing `LOCK TABLE' followed by `DROP TABLE' in the same thread. In this case one could still kill the thread with `KILL'. * Fixed query cache invalidation on `LOAD DATA'. * Fixed memory leak on `ANALYZE' procedure with error. * Fixed a bug in handling `CHAR(0)' columns that could cause wrong results from the query. * Fixed a crash when no database was selected and `LOAD DATA' command was issued with full table name specified, including database prefix. - add Zdenek Mazanec patch for charset conversion fix * Wed Mar 12 2003 Warly <email@example.com> 4.0.11a-5mdk - Apply Benjamin Pflugmann patch to mysql_install_db * Sun Mar 09 2003 Warly <firstname.lastname@example.org> - 4.0.11a-4mdk - Correct post install scripts and requires * Thu Mar 06 2003 Warly <email@example.com> 4.0.11a-3mdk - MySQL and MySQL-Max conflicts between each others - include a separate service for mysql and mysql-max in respective server to have clean uninstall - fix requires in MySQL MySQL-common and MySQL-max - Try to correct post install script to fix privileges. - fix initscripts problem with chkconfig --add * Mon Mar 03 2003 Warly <firstname.lastname@example.org> 4.0.11a-2mdk - use --skip-grant-tables --skip-networking for the update process (Benjamin Pflugmann) * Sat Mar 01 2003 <email@example.com> 4.0.11a-1mdk - new version - new MySQL-common package - call mysql_fix_privilege_tables in post (but this will fail if root access need a password) - add openssl support in MySQL-Max * Fri Feb 07 2003 Warly <firstname.lastname@example.org> 4.0.10-1mdk - new version - fix initscript * Thu Feb 06 2003 Warly <email@example.com> 4.0.9-1mdk - new version - do not compile in static anymore - check mysqld-max on status * Tue Jan 28 2003 Vincent Danen <firstname.lastname@example.org> 3.23.55-1mdk - 3.23.55; fixes a double free() in COM_CHANGE_USER - comment out --with-comment for %configure as it doesn't seem to like us anymore * Tue Dec 24 2002 Warly <email@example.com> 3.23.54a-1mdk - new version * Wed Nov 20 2002 Warly <firstname.lastname@example.org> 3.23.53-5mdk - fix /var/lib/lib/ home dir typo - remove lang tag to english * Tue Nov 19 2002 Warly <email@example.com> 3.23.53-4mdk - add glibc-static-devel buildrequires * Tue Nov 19 2002 Warly <firstname.lastname@example.org> 3.23.53-3mdk - fix file ownership problems in /var/lib/mysql - put lang files in %lang * Sat Nov 09 2002 Gwenole Beauchesne <email@example.com> 3.23.53-2mdk - Patch3: Fix build on x86-64 * Wed Oct 23 2002 Warly <firstname.lastname@example.org> 3.23.53-1mdk - new version * Sun Aug 18 2002 Christian Belisle <email@example.com> 3.23.52-1mdk - update from Oden Eriksson <firstname.lastname@example.org>: - new stable version * Sat Aug 10 2002 Christian Belisle <email@example.com> 3.23.51-4mdk - fix initscript. * Wed Jul 17 2002 Gwenole Beauchesne <firstname.lastname@example.org> 3.23.51-3mdk - Patch2: Fix --with-other-libc support - Take care of new CFLAGS from %serverbuild - rpmlint fixes: configure-without-libdir-spec, hardcoded-library-path - Stop hardcoding compiler versions. Why so? and why parts of the %changelog were nuked away?? * Sat Jul 06 2002 Stefan van der Eijk <email@example.com> 3.23.51-2mdk - BuildRequires * Fri Jun 14 2002 Christian Belisle <firstname.lastname@example.org> 3.23.51-1mdk - New version. * Thu Apr 25 2002 Christian Belisle <email@example.com> 3.23.50-1mdk - Synchronize with MySQL official SPEC - Add InnoDB support - Build against gcc 3. * Fri Feb 15 2002 Sasha - changed build to use --with-other-libc * Fri Apr 13 2001 Monty - Added mysqld-max to the distribution * Tue Jan 02 2001 Monty - Added mysql-test to the bench package * Fri Aug 18 2000 Tim Smith <firstname.lastname@example.org> - Added separate libmysql_r directory; now both a threaded and non-threaded library is shipped. * Tue Sep 28 1999 David Axmark <email@example.com> - Added the support-files/my-example.cnf to the docs directory. - Removed devel dependency on base since it is about client development. * Wed Sep 08 1999 David Axmark <firstname.lastname@example.org> - Cleaned up some for 3.23. * Thu Jul 01 1999 David Axmark <email@example.com> - Added support for shared libraries in a separate sub package. Original fix by David Fox (firstname.lastname@example.org) - The --enable-assembler switch is now automatically disables on platforms there assembler code is unavailable. This should allow building this RPM on non i386 systems. * Mon Feb 22 1999 David Axmark <email@example.com> - Removed unportable cc switches from the spec file. The defaults can now be overridden with environment variables. This feature is used to compile the official RPM with optimal (but compiler version specific) switches. - Removed the repetitive description parts for the sub rpms. Maybe add again if RPM gets a multiline macro capability. - Added support for a pt_BR translation. Translation contributed by Jorge Godoy <firstname.lastname@example.org>. * Wed Nov 04 1998 David Axmark <email@example.com> - A lot of changes in all the rpm and install scripts. This may even be a working RPM :-) * Sun Aug 16 1998 David Axmark <firstname.lastname@example.org> - A developers changelog for MySQL is available in the source RPM. And there is a history of major user visible changed in the Reference Manual. Only RPM specific changes will be documented here.
/etc/rc.d/init.d/mysql-max /usr/lib/mysql/mysqld-max.sym /usr/sbin/mysqld-max
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