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free'd pointer bug in
that enabled a specially hacked version of MySQL client to
crash mysqld. Note that you must log in to
the server by using a valid user account to be able to exploit
this bug. (CVE-2003-0073)
Fixed bug in
GROUP BY when used on BLOB
Fixed a bug in handling
NULL values in
CASE ... WHEN ....
Section B.3.6, “Changes in Release 3.23.54 (05 December 2002)”) is reverted. Unfortunately,
there is no way to make it to work, without introducing
backward-incompatible changes in
Those who need
functionality, should upgrade to MySQL 4.0. (The fix in the
4.0 branch did not break backward-compatibility).
default on Mac OS X as the default file system (HFS+) is case
Fixed a bug in
0 mode didn't rotate the binary log.
Fixed a bug in
resulted in a remaining
instead of replacing it with the correct path to the
Fixed a very unlikely bug that could cause
SHOW PROCESSLIST to core dump
in pthread_mutex_unlock() if a new thread was connecting.
SLAVE STOP if the thread executing
the query has locked tables. This removes a possible deadlock