Percona Server for MySQL 5.7.27-30 Is Now Available

Percona Server for MySQLPercona announces the release of Percona Server for MySQL 5.7.27-30 on August 22, 2019 (downloads are available here and from the Percona Software Repositories). This release merges changes of MySQL 5.7.27, including all the bug fixes in it. Percona Server for MySQL 5.7.27-30 is now the current GA release in the 5.7 series. All of Percona’s software is open-source and free.

Bug Fixes:

  • Parallel doublewrite buffer writes must crash the server on an I/O error occurs. Bug fixed #5678.
  • On a server with two million or more tables using foreign keys and AUTOINC columns, the shutdown may take a measurable length of time. Bug fixed #5639 (Upstream #95895).
  • If large pages are enabled on the MySQL side, the maximum size for  innodb_buffer_pool_chunk_size is effectively limited to 4GB. Bug fixed #5517 (Upstream #94747).
  • The TokuDB hot backup library continually dumps TRACE information to the Server error log. The user cannot enable or disable the dump of this information. Bug fixed #4850.
  • Key rotation is redesigned to allow  Select rotate_system_key("percona_redo"). The currently used key version is displayed in the innodb_redo_key_version status. Bug fixed #5565.
  • The TokuDBBackupPlugin is optional at cmake time. Bug fixed #5748.
  • A multi-table  DELETE with a foreign key breaks replication. Bug fixed #3845.
  • TRUNCATEwith any table and interfacing with Adaptive Hash Index (AHI) can cause server stalls due to the interaction with AHI, whether the AHI is enabled or not.
    Bug fixed #5576 (upstream #94610).
  • In specific configurations and with log_slow_verbosity set to log InnoDB statistics, memory usage increases while running a stored procedure. Bug fixed #5581
  • Thread pool ability to track network I/O was disabled. Bug fixed #5723.
  • An instance started with the default values but setting the redo log to encrypt without specifying the keyring plugin parameters does not fail or throw an error.  Bug fixed #5476.
  • Setting the encryption to ON for the system tablespace generates the encryption key and encrypts system temporary tablespace pages. Resetting encryption to OFF , all subsequent pages are written to the temporary tablespace without encryption. To allow any encrypted tables to be decrypted, the generated keys are not erased. Modifying the innodb_temp_tablespace_encrypt does not affect file-per-table temporary tables. This type of table is encrypted if ENCRYPTION =’Y’ is set during the table creation. Bug fixed #5736
  • After resetting the innodb_temp_tablespace_encrypt to OFF during runtime, the subsequent file-per-table temporary tables continue to be encrypted. Bug fixed #5734

Other bugs fixed: #5752, #5749, #5746, #5744, #5743, #5742, #5740, #5711, #5695, #5681, #5669, #5645, #5638, #5593, #5532, #3970, #5696, #5689, #5146, #5715, #5662, #5420, #5149, #5686, #5688, #5697, #5716, #5725, #5773, #5775, #5820, and #5839.

Find the release notes for Percona Server for MySQL 5.7.27-30 in our online documentation. Report bugs in the Jira bug tracker.

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