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  •  05 Dec 2011 22:04

Release Notes: This release includes various bugfixes related to InnoDB, partitioning, replication, and compilation errors.

  •  28 Sep 2011 20:40

Release Notes: This release contains changes regarding InnoDB, Client SSL connections, the audit plugin, replication, and various bugfixes.

  •  11 Sep 2011 20:13

Release Notes: This release contains a variety of bugfixes related to InnoDB, Partitioning, and Replication, among others.

Release Notes: This release contains various security fixes and bugfixes in the areas of replication, Performance Schema tables, and partitioning.

  •  20 Jul 2010 14:23

Release Notes: InnoDB is now the default storage engine, rather than MyISAM in the regular versions of MySQL. This release also incorporates a variety of security fixes.

  •  27 Feb 2010 21:51

Release Notes: This release contains an updated version of the InnoDB Plugin as well as numerous bug fixes.

  •  27 Jan 2010 06:49

Release Notes: This release adds support for an interface for semisynchronous replication. Also, support for the SQL standard SIGNAL and RESIGNAL statements, enhancements to XML functionality, and two new types of user-defined partitioning have all been added. It is now possible to delete all rows from one or more partitions of a partitioned table. Key caches are now supported for indexes on partitioned MyISAM tables, using the CACHE INDEX and LOAD INDEX INTO CACHE statements. The TO_SECONDS() function is added, which converts a date or datetime expression to a number of seconds since the year 0.

  •  21 Dec 2009 13:37

Release Notes: The highlights of this release are support for an interface for semisynchronous replication, support for the SQL standard SIGNAL and RESIGNAL statements, enhancements to XML functionality, and two new types of user-defined partitioning. MySQL 5.5 is based on MySQL 5.4, which won't get any further updates. So MySQL 5.5 includes several high-impact changes to address scalability and performance issues in MySQL Server. These changes exploit advances in hardware and CPU design and enable better utilization of existing hardware.

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