Version 5.5.23-23.5 of wsrep patch for MySQL

Release Notes: This version is for MySQL 5.5.23. It fixed problems where ALTER TABLE RENAME and row deletion could conflict on slave, the slave could fail if the max_allowed_packet size was exceeded, the clustered index was not included in the key set, and locking sessions could deadlock multi-master. New experimental features were added: runtime consistency check support, hard crash GTID recovery, MyISAM storage engine support (incomplete), and Solaris 11 x86 build support.

Other releases

  •  28 Mar 2014 19:11

Release Notes: This is a bugfix and maintenance release in the 5.6 series. It adds many critical bugs fixes, and upgrading is recommended.

  •  26 Nov 2013 08:00

    Release Notes: This is the first GA release of the wsrep patch for the MySQL 5.6 series. Major new features include support for MySQL GTID (requires enabled binlog) and optimizations in handling slave events.

    •  26 Nov 2013 01:11

      Release Notes: This is a major bugfix release that fixes over 30 bugs and upgrades to the latest MySQL 5.5 release, 5.5.34. Upgrading is recommended.

      •  12 Mar 2013 08:54

        Release Notes: This release fixed many bugs related to foreign key handling, tables without primary keys, and a number of other serious problems.

        •  29 Nov 2012 06:37

        Release Notes: This is a major bugfix and maintenance release. Upgrading is recommended. It fixed foreign keys support (multiple issues), a possible crash in tables without a primary key but with a unique secondary key, a crash with DDL in multi-statement transactions, a blocking problem in RSU DDL, a failure of MySQL slaves to start if no wsrep provider was loaded. It added automatic GTID recovery after a crash by mysqld_safe, xtrabackup SST support, and an update to MySQL 5.5.28.

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