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MySQL Cluster is a highly scalable, real-time, ACID-compliant
transactional database, combining 99.999% availability with the
low TCO of open source.

Designed around a distributed, multi-master architecture with no
single point of failure, MySQL Cluster scales horizontally on
commodity hardware to serve read and write intensive workloads,
accessed via SQL and NoSQL interfaces.


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   2018-08-22 11:48:07 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (3558)
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Recursive bump for perl5-5.28.0
   2018-02-05 19:09:35 by Jonathan Perkin | Files touched by this commit (1)
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mysql-cluster: Specify C++03, not C++11 clean.
   2017-09-03 10:53:18 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (165)
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Follow some redirects.
   2017-06-01 15:30:26 by Johnny C. Lam | Files touched by this commit (21)
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Use public SHLIB_TYPE instead of private _OPSYS_SHLIB_TYPE.
   2017-05-05 18:22:29 by Jonathan Perkin | Files touched by this commit (5)
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The mysql client links against libcurses, ensure we pull in the bl3 so
that user preferences are respected.
   2016-09-15 08:05:08 by John Nemeth | Files touched by this commit (4) | Package updated
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Update to MySQL Cluster 7.4.12

----- 7.4.12

Changes in MySQL Cluster NDB 7.4.12 (5.6.31-ndb-7.4.12) (2016-07-18)

MySQL Cluster NDB 7.4.12 is a new release of MySQL Cluster 7.4,
based on MySQL Server 5.6 and including features in version 7.4 of
the NDB storage engine, as well as fixing recently discovered bugs
in previous MySQL Cluster releases.

This release also incorporates all bugfixes and changes made in
previous MySQL Cluster releases, as well as all bugfixes and feature
changes which were added in mainline MySQL 5.6 through MySQL 5.6.31
(see Changes in MySQL 5.6.31 (2016-06-02)).

Functionality Added or Changed

    ClusterJ: To make it easier for ClusterJ to handle fatal errors
    that require the SessionFactory to be closed, a new public
    method in the SessionFactory interface,
    getConnectionPoolSessionCounts(), has been created. When it
    returns zeros for all pooled connections, it means all sessions
    have been closed, at which point the SessionFactory can be
    closed and reopened. See Reconnecting to a MySQL Cluster for
    more detail. (Bug #22353594)

Bugs Fixed

    Incompatible Change: When the data nodes are only partially
    connected to the API nodes, a node used for a pushdown join
    may get its request from a transaction coordinator on a different
    node, without (yet) being connected to the API node itself. In
    such cases, the NodeInfo object for the requesting API node
    contained no valid info about the software version of the API
    node, which caused the DBSPJ block to assume (incorrectly) when
    aborting to assume that the API node used NDB version 7.2.4 or
    earlier, requiring the use of a backward compatability mode to
    be used during query abort which sent a node failure error
    instead of the real error causing the abort.

    Now, whenever this situation occurs, it is assumed that, if
    the NDB software version is not yet available, the API node
    version is greater than 7.2.4. (Bug #23049170)

    Although arguments to the DUMP command are 32-bit integers,
    ndb_mgmd used a buffer of only 10 bytes when processing them.
    (Bug #23708039)

    During shutdown, the mysqld process could sometimes hang after
    logging NDB Util: Stop ... NDB Util: Wakeup. (Bug #23343739)

    References: See also: Bug #21098142.

    During an online upgrade from a MySQL Cluster NDB 7.3 release
    to an NDB 7.4 (or later) release, the failures of several data
    nodes running the lower version during local checkpoints (LCPs),
    and just prior to upgrading these nodes, led to additional node
    failures following the upgrade. This was due to lingering
    elements of the EMPTY_LCP protocol initiated by the older nodes
    as part of an LCP-plus-restart sequence, and which is no longer
    used in NDB 7.4 and later due to LCP optimizations implemented
    in those versions. (Bug #23129433)

    Reserved send buffer for the loopback transporter, introduced
    in MySQL Cluster NDB 7.4.8 and used by API and management nodes
    for administrative signals, was calculated incorrectly. (Bug
    #23093656, Bug #22016081)

    References: This issue is a regression of: Bug #21664515.

    During a node restart, re-creation of internal triggers used
    for verifying the referential integrity of foreign keys was
    not reliable, because it was possible that not all distributed
    TC and LDM instances agreed on all trigger identities. To fix
    this problem, an extra step is added to the node restart
    sequence, during which the trigger identities are determined
    by querying the current master node. (Bug #23068914)

    References: See also: Bug #23221573.

    Following the forced shutdown of one of the 2 data nodes in a
    cluster where NoOfReplicas=2, the other data node shut down as
    well, due to arbitration failure. (Bug #23006431)

    The ndbinfo.tc_time_track_stats table uses histogram buckets
    to give a sense of the distribution of latencies. The sizes of
    these buckets were also reported as HISTOGRAM BOUNDARY INFO
    messages during data node startup; this printout was redundant
    and so has been removed. (Bug #22819868)

    A failure occurred in DBTUP in debug builds when variable-sized
    pages for a fragment totalled more than 4 GB. (Bug #21313546)

    mysqld did not shut down cleanly when executing ndb_index_stat.
    (Bug #21098142)

    References: See also: Bug #23343739.

    DBDICT and GETTABINFOREQ queue debugging were enhanced as follows:

	Monitoring by a data node of the progress of GETTABINFOREQ
	signals can be enabled by setting DictTrace >= 2.

	Added the ApiVerbose configuration parameter, which enables
	NDB API debug logging for an API node where it is set
	greater than or equal to 2.

	Added DUMP code 1229 which shows the current state of the
	GETTABINFOREQ queue. (See DUMP 1229.)

    See also The DBDICT Block. (Bug #20368450)

    References: See also: Bug #20368354.

    Cluster API: Deletion of Ndb objects used a dispoportionately
    high amount of CPU. (Bug #22986823)

----- 7.4.11

Changes in MySQL Cluster NDB 7.4.11 (5.6.29-ndb-7.4.11) (2016-04-20)

MySQL Cluster NDB 7.4.11 is a new release of MySQL Cluster 7.4,
based on MySQL Server 5.6 and including features in version 7.4 of
the NDB storage engine, as well as fixing recently discovered bugs
in previous MySQL Cluster releases.

This release also incorporates all bugfixes and changes made in
previous MySQL Cluster releases, as well as all bugfixes and feature
changes which were added in mainline MySQL 5.6 through MySQL 5.6.29
(see Changes in MySQL 5.6.29 (2016-02-05)).

Functionality Added or Changed

    Cluster API: Added the Ndb::setEventBufferQueueEmptyEpoch()
    method, which makes it possible to enable queuing of empty
    events (event type TE_EMPTY). (Bug #22157845)

Bugs Fixed

    Important Change: The minimum value for the BackupDataBufferSize
    data node configuration parameter has been lowered from 2 MB
    to 512 KB. The default and maximum values for this parameter
    remain unchanged. (Bug #22749509)

    Microsoft Windows: Performing ANALYZE TABLE on a table having
    one or more indexes caused ndbmtd to fail with an InvalidAttrInfo
    error due to signal corruption. This issue occurred consistently
    on Windows, but could also be encountered on other platforms.
    (Bug #77716, Bug #21441297)

    During node failure handling, the request structure used to
    drive the cleanup operation was not maintained correctly when
    the request was executed. This led to inconsistencies that were
    harmless during normal operation, but these could lead to
    assertion failures during node failure handling, with subsequent
    failure of additional nodes. (Bug #22643129)

    The previous fix for a lack of mutex protection for the internal
    TransporterFacade::deliver_signal() function was found to be
    incomplete in some cases. (Bug #22615274)

    Compilation of MySQL with Visual Studio 2015 failed in
    ConfigInfo.cpp, due to a change in Visual Studio's handling of
    spaces and concatenation. (Bug #22558836, Bug #80024)

    When setup of the binary log as an atomic operation on one SQL
    node failed, this could trigger a state in other SQL nodes in
    which they appeared to detect the SQL node participating in
    schema change distribution, whereas it had not yet completed
    binary log setup. This could in turn cause a deadlock on the
    global metadata lock when the SQL node still retrying binary
    log setup needed this lock, while another mysqld had taken the
    lock for itself as part of a schema change operation. In such
    cases, the second SQL node waited for the first one to act on
    its schema distribution changes, which it was not yet able to
    do. (Bug #22494024)

    Duplicate key errors could occur when ndb_restore was run on
    a backup containing a unique index. This was due to the fact
    that, during restoration of data, the database can pass through
    one or more inconsistent states prior to completion, such an
    inconsistent state possibly having duplicate values for a column
    which has a unique index. (If the restoration of data is preceded
    by a run with --disable-indexes and followed by one with
    --rebuild-indexes, these errors are avoided.)

    Added a check for unique indexes in the backup which is performed
    only when restoring data, and which does not process tables
    that have explicitly been excluded. For each unique index found,
    a warning is now printed. (Bug #22329365)

    Restoration of metadata with ndb_restore -m occasionally failed
    with the error message Failed to create index... when creating
    a unique index. While disgnosing this problem, it was found
    that the internal error PREPARE_SEIZE_ERROR (a temporary error)
    was reported as an unknown error. Now in such cases, ndb_restore
    retries the creation of the unique index, and PREPARE_SEIZE_ERROR
    is reported as NDB Error 748 Busy during read of event table.
    (Bug #21178339)

    References: See also: Bug #22989944.

    When setting up event logging for ndb_mgmd on Windows, MySQL
    Cluster tries to add a registry key to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE,
    which fails if the user does not have access to the registry.
    In such cases ndb_mgmd logged the error Could neither create
    or open key, which is not accurate and which can cause confusion
    for users who may not realize that file logging is available
    and being used. Now in such cases, ndb_mgmd logs a warning
    Could not create or access the registry key needed for the
    application to log to the Windows EventLog. Run the application
    with sufficient privileges once to create the key, or add the
    key manually, or turn off logging for that application. An
    error (as opposed to a warning) is now reported in such cases
    only if there is no available output at all for ndb_mgmd event
    logging. (Bug #20960839)

    NdbDictionary metadata operations had a hard-coded 7-day timeout,
    which proved to be excessive for short-lived operations such
    as retrieval of table definitions. This could lead to unnecessary
    hangs in user applications which were difficult to detect and
    handle correctly. To help address this issue, timeout behaviour
    is modified so that read-only or short-duration dictionary
    interactions have a 2-minute timeout, while schema transactions
    of potentially long duration retain the existing 7-day timeout.

    Such timeouts are intended as a safety net: In the event of
    problems, these return control to users, who can then take
    corrective action. Any reproducible issue with NdbDictionary
    timeouts should be reported as a bug. (Bug #20368354)

    Optimization of signal sending by buffering and sending them
    periodically, or when the buffer became full, could cause
    SUB_GCP_COMPLETE_ACK signals to be excessively delayed. Such
    signals are sent for each node and epoch, with a minimum interval
    of TimeBetweenEpochs; if they are not received in time, the
    SUMA buffers can overflow as a result. The overflow caused API
    nodes to be disconnected, leading to current transactions being
    aborted due to node failure. This condition made it difficult
    for long transactions (such as altering a very large table),
    to be completed. Now in such cases, the ACK signal is sent
    without being delayed. (Bug #18753341)

    An internal function used to validate connections failed to
    update the connection count when creating a new Ndb object.
    This had the potential to create a new Ndb object for every
    operation validating the connection, which could have an impact
    on performance, particularly when performing schema operations.
    (Bug #80750, Bug #22932982)

    When an SQL node was started, and joined the schema distribution
    protocol, another SQL node, already waiting for a schema change
    to be distributed, timed out during that wait. This was because
    the code incorrectly assumed that the new SQL node would also
    acknowledge the schema distribution even though the new node
    joined too late to be a participant in it.

    As part of this fix, printouts of schema distribution progress
    now always print the more significant part of a bitmask before
    the less significant; formatting of bitmasks in such printouts
    has also been improved. (Bug #80554, Bug #22842538)

    Settings for the SchedulerResponsiveness data node configuration
    parameter (introduced in MySQL Cluster NDB 7.4.9) were ignored.
    (Bug #80341, Bug #22712481)

    MySQL Cluster did not compile correctly with Microsoft Visual
    Studio 2015, due to a change from previous versions in the VS
    implementation of the _vsnprintf() function. (Bug #80276, Bug

    When setting CPU spin time, the value was needlessly cast to
    a boolean internally, so that setting it to any nonzero value
    yielded an effective value of 1. This issue, as well as the
    fix for it, apply both to setting the SchedulerSpinTimer
    parameter and to setting spintime as part of a ThreadConfig
    parameter value. (Bug #80237, Bug #22647476)

    Processing of local checkpoints was not handled correctly on
    Mac OS X, due to an uninitialized variable. (Bug #80236, Bug

    A logic error in an if statement in
    storage/ndb/src/kernel/blocks/dbacc/DbaccMain.cpp rendered
    useless a check for determining whether ZREAD_ERROR should be
    returned when comparing operations. This was detected when
    compiling with gcc using -Werror=logical-op. (Bug #80155, Bug

    References: This issue is a regression of: Bug #21285604.

    The ndb_print_file utility failed consistently on Solaris 9
    for SPARC. (Bug #80096, Bug #22579581)

    Builds with the -Werror and -Wextra flags (as for release
    builds) failed on SLES 11. (Bug #79950, Bug #22539531)

    When using CREATE INDEX to add an index on either of two NDB
    tables sharing circular foreign keys, the query succeeded but
    a temporary table was left on disk, breaking the foreign key
    constraints. This issue was also observed when attempting to
    create an index on a table in the middle of a chain of foreign
    keysthat is, a table having both parent and child keys, but on
    different tables. The problem did not occur when using ALTER
    TABLE to perform the same index creation operation; and subsequent
    analysis revealed unintended differences in the way such
    operations were performed by CREATE INDEX.

    To fix this problem, we now make sure that operations performed
    by a CREATE INDEX statement are always handled internally in
    the same way and at the same time that the same operations are
    handled when performed by ALTER TABLE or DROP INDEX. (Bug
    #79156, Bug #22173891)

    NDB failed to ignore index prefixes on primary and unique keys,
    causing CREATE TABLE and ALTER TABLE statements using them to
    be rejected. (Bug #78441, Bug #21839248)

    Cluster API: Executing a transaction with an NdbIndexOperation
    based on an obsolete unique index caused the data node process
    to fail. Now the index is checked in such cases, and if it
    cannot be used the transaction fails with an appropriate error.
    (Bug #79494, Bug #22299443)

    Integer overflow could occur during client handshake processing,
    leading to a server exit. (Bug #22722946)

    For busy servers, client connection or communication failure
    could occur if an I/O-related system call was interrupted. The
    mysql_options() C API function now has a MYSQL_OPT_RETRY_COUNT
    option to control the number of retries for interrupted system
    calls. (Bug #22336527)

    References: See also: Bug #22389653.
   2016-07-09 08:39:18 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (1068) | Package updated
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Bump PKGREVISION for perl-5.24.0 for everything mentioning perl.
   2016-06-08 12:16:57 by Jonathan Perkin | Files touched by this commit (89)
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Remove the stability entity, it has no meaning outside of an official context.