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Dear Community,

Percona Server version 5.1.47-rel11.0 is available for download now.

The changes in this release include:

New features

Fixed bugs

  • #573100 Can’t compile 5.1.46
  • #573104 separate name in INNODB_SYS_TABLES table
  • #580324 Security bug in upstream
  • #586579 Percona Server 11 fails to compile with CFLAGS=-DUNIV_DEBUG
  • #569156 CentOS 5: mysql-server conflicts with MySQL-server
  • #589639 Recovery process may hang when tablespaces are deleted during the recovery
  • #570840 deb package conflicts with libdbd-mysql-perl

The binary packages are available on our website.

Starting from this release there is a uniform naming scheme for Percona binaries for 5.0 and 5.1 based packages. RPM are named as:
Percona-Server-<sub package>-<package suffix>-<mysql version>-<release number>.<revision number>.<os code>.<platform>.rpm
Examples:

Here:

  • “Percona-Server” is a name of the product.
  • “server” or “client” – sub-package
  • 51 – suffix, which means the packages are based on 5.1.x versions

Together “Percona-Server-server-51” is the package name.

  • 5.1.47 is the MySQL version the package is based on
  • rel11.0 is  release number
  • 46 is BZR revision
  • rhel5 is an operating system code
  • x86_64 is a platform

Percona Server obsoletes Percona XtraDB both on rhel and debian paltform. To install RPM or DEB package from Percona repository you just have to do “yum install Percona-Server-server-51”. If there is Percona-XtraDB installed it will be replaced by Percona Server. However Percona-Server doesn’t obsolete MySQL, so you have to deinstall it first. Conflicts are inevitable otherwise.

If there are MySQL dependant  applications already installed, you might want to install Percona Shared Compat package before installing Percona Server.

The latest source code of Percona Server, including development branch you can find on LaunchPAD.

Please report any bugs found on Bugs in Percona  Server.
For general questions use our Pecona-discussions group, and for development question Percona-dev group.

For support, commercial and sponsorship inquiries contact Percona

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Aleksandr Kuzminsky

Aleksandr is a consultant and data recovery specialist. He is a former Percona employee.



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