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Percona Server 5.5.10 (Release Candidate)

 | April 4, 2011 |  Posted In: MySQL, Percona Software

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Percona Server release 5.5.10-20.1 is now available for download. This is a release candidate for the Percona Server 5.5 series. In addition to MySQL 5.5.10 now being the base version, here are the changes that have been made since Percona Server beta release 5.5.8-20.0:

New Features

  • Added columns ROWS_EXAMINED, ROWS_SENT, and ROWS_READ to table PROCESSLIST and to the output of SHOW PROCESSLIST. (Laurynas Biveinis)

Variable Changes

Bug Fixes

  • Bug #724674 – Ported an updated version of the original implementation of the Remove Excessive Function Calls feature, which removes some fcntl calls to improve performance. (Oleg Tsarev)
  • Bug #727704 – When using the Expand Table Import feature, importing .ibd files created on MySQL 5.0 or Percona Server versions prior to 5.1.7 could crash the server. (Yasufumi Kinoshita)
  • MySQL bugs 56433 and 51325 – These MySQL bugs have been fixed in Percona Server. (Yasufumi Kinoshita)

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Fred Linhoss

Fred is a former Percona employee. Fred has a long history in software development and has held positions in both programming and technical management. He holds a degree in Computer Science from Virginia Tech.

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