threads_runningwould become huge. Bug fixed #1040108 (Teemu Ollakka).
wsrep_defaults_filewould be set up to the value in the last configuration file read. Bug fixed by keeping the value found in the top configuration file. Bug fixed #1079892 (Alex Yurchenko).
wsrep_node_namewas initialized before the
glob_hostname, which lead to empty value for
wsrep_node_nameif it wasn’t set explicitly. Bug fixed #1081389 (Alex Yurchenko).
FLUSH TABLES WITH READ LOCKwhen slave applier needed to abort transaction that is on the way, caused the deadlock situation. Resolved by grabbing Global Read Lock before pausing wsrep provider. Bug fixed #1083162 (Teemu Ollakka).
innodb_support_xawas set to 0, wsrep position wasn’t stored into the InnoDB tablespace. Bug fixed #1084199 (Teemu Ollakka).
--tmpdirwas on tmpfs. Bug fixed #1086978 (Alex Yurchenko).
binlog_formatwas set to
STATEMENT. This was fixed by introducing the warning message. Bug fixed #1088400 (Seppo Jaakola).
“SHOW STATUS LIKE 'wsrep_incoming_addresses';”return the address without the port number. Bug fixed #1082406 (Alex Yurchenko).
wsrep_cluster_addressvariable. Bug fixed #1099413 (Alexey Yurchenko).
Percona-XtraDB-Cluster-clientwould conflict with
mysql-serverpackages. Bug fixed #1087506 (Ignacio Nin).
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