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Sunday, 19 Nov 2023
16:00 Jochen Neumeister (joneum) search for other commits by this committer
databases/mysql80-{client, server}: Update to latest release 8.0.35

Changelogs:
8.0.34: https://dev.mysql.com/doc/relnotes/mysql/8.0/en/news-8-0-34.html
8.0.35: https://dev.mysql.com/doc/relnotes/mysql/8.0/en/news-8-0-35.html

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Sunday, 9 Jul 2023
15:52 Jochen Neumeister (joneum) search for other commits by this committer
databases/mysql80-{client, server}: Update to latest release 8.0.33

Bugs Fixed

    NDB Cluster: Occasional temporary errors which could occur when
opening a table from the NDB dictionary while repeatedly performing
concurrent schema operations were not retried. (Bug #34843889)

    NDB Cluster: During iteration, ordered index scans retain a cursor
position within each concurrently scanned ordered index fragment.
Ordered index fragments are modified and balanced as a result of
committing DML transactions, which can require scan cursors to be moved
within the tree. When running with query threads configured
(AutomaticThreadConfig set to 1), multiple threads can access the same
index fragment tree structure, and the scans of multiple threads can
have their cursors present in the same structure.

    The current issue arose due to an assumption in the logic for moving
scan cursors when committing DML operations that all scan cursors
belonged to the LDM thread owning the index fragment, which did not
allow for the possibility that such fragments might belong to query
threads. (Bug #33379702)

    References: See also: Bug #32257063.

    InnoDB: Dead code removal. (Bug #35036850, Bug #109873)

    InnoDB: Error messages related to innodb_doublewrite moved to the
error log. (Bug #34883045, Bug #109330)

    InnoDB: Prevent online DDL operations from accessing out-of-bounds
memory. (Bug #34750489, Bug #108925)

    InnoDB: ALTER TABLE ... AUTO_INCREMENT could be set to less than MAX
+ 1 and not forced to MAX + 1. (Bug #33419246, Bug #105092)

    InnoDB: Innodb_data_pending_fsyncs could show extremely high
inaccurate values because of a variable overflow. (Bug #30133150)

    Partitioning: Some IN() queries on partitioned tables were not
always handled correctly. (Bug #34801284)

    References: This issue is a regression of: Bug #32311183.

    Partitioning: Queries using the INDEX_MERGE optimizer hint was not
handled correctly in all cases. (Bug #34797257)

    Replication: XA transactions whose XIDs contained null bytes could
not be recovered. (Bug #34918985)

    Replication: When binlog_order_commits was set equal to 1, for any
two transactions and for any sub-step of the commit phase, the
transaction that was written to the binary log first did not always
execute the sub-step first, as expected. (Bug #34703698)

    Replication: Some binary log events were not always handled
correctly. (Bug #34617506)

    Replication: The binary log recovery process did not report all
possible error states. (Bug #33658850)

    Replication: Following CHANGE REPLICATION SOURCE TO
SOURCE_CONNECTION_AUTO_FAILOVER=1, failover generated a number of
misleading warnings in the log that implied there were problems when in
fact conditions were those expected for such a failover. These log
messages have been updated accordingly. (Bug #32135376)

    Replication: When a transaction failed, as a side effect, extraneous
error messages relating the replication data repositories were written
to the log. Now in such cases, we suppress such error messages, which
are not directly related to the issue of the failed transaction or its
cause. (Bug #19820134)

    Replication: Setting binlog_order_commits to OFF could lead to a
missed GTID in the next binary log file's Previous_gtids event.

    Our thanks to Yewei Xu and the Tencent team for the contribution.
(Bug #109485, Bug #34930969)

    Replication: Corrected the SQL statements suggested in the error
message text for ER_RPL_REPLICA_ERROR_RUNNING_QUERY.

    Our thanks to Dan McCombs for the contribution. (Bug #109154, Bug

    Replication: A hash scan builds a hash of changes, scans the target
table or index, and applies any matching change for the current entry.
In the build phase, it uses only the before image, and skips any after
image. Problems arose in some cases because generated columns were
computed for the (skipped) after image, leading to replication errors.
This is fixed by not computing generated columns any longer for
seek-only calls such as hash scans.

    Our thanks to dc huang for the contribution. (Bug #107366, Bug

    Replication: In certain rare cases, it was possible to set
gtid_mode=OFF for one session while another session, after
WAIT_FOR_EXECUTED_GTID_SET() was issued by a user in this second
session, was still waiting for the next GTID set from the first session.
This could result in the second session waiting indefinitely for the
function to return. (Bug #99921, Bug #31505993)

    Group Replication: Accessing the Performance Schema
replication_group_communication_information and
replication_group_member_stats tables in parallel sometimes caused
subsequent group replication operations to hang. (Bug #34870181)

    Group Replication: In certain cases, the group replication secondary
node unexpectedly shut down while purging the relay log. (Bug #34397106)

    Group Replication: When shutting down the Group Replication plugin,
the order in which the associated events were reported the error log
sometimes led to confusion. To remove any doubts, we now make sure that
Plugin group_replication reported: 'Plugin 'group_replication' has been
stopped. is in fact the last log message relating to the shutdown,
written only when all other events associated with shutting down the
plugin have been logged. (Bug #109345, Bug #34887491)

    Microsoft Windows: The authentication_fido_client plugin stopped
responding during the authentication process if it was unable to find a
FIDO device on the Windows client host. (Bug #34918044)

    In certain cases, CONVERT(utf8mb3_column USING UTF16) was rejected
with the error Cannot convert string '\x--...' from binary to utf16.
(Bug #35129361)

    When joining two tables on a string column, and the column from one
of the tables has an additional predicate comparing it with a temporal
literal, constant propagation in some cases incorrectly caused the join
condition to be modified such that it used temporal rather than string
semantics when comparing the strings. This caused incorrect results to
be returned from the join. (Bug #35115909)

    Error messages returned after calling the mysql_reset_connection() C
API function in a prepared statement did not identify the function name
properly. (Bug #35107280)

    Fixed a regression in a previous fix for an issue with windowing
functions.

    Our thanks to Dmitry Lenev for the contribution. (Bug #35061924)

    References: This issue is a regression of: Bug #34572136.

    When replacing subqueries in transforms, the internal flag showing
whether a given query block contains any subqueries (PROP_SUBQUERY) was
not updated afterwards. (Bug #35060385)

    A client setting the character set to an impermissible client
character set (ucs2, utf16, utf16le, or utf32) could cause unexpected
behavior when the client used an authentication plugin. (Bug #35054579)

Changelog:
https://dev.mysql.com/doc/relnotes/mysql/8.0/en/news-8-0-33.html

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Tuesday, 14 Feb 2023
06:18 Jochen Neumeister (joneum) search for other commits by this committer
databases/mysql80-*: Update to latest release 8.0.32

Bugs Fixed

    Important Change: The implementation of the max_join_size system variable,
although documented as a maximum number of rows or disk seeks, did not check the
number of rows or disk seeks directly, but instead treated max_join_size as the
maximum estimated cost to permit. While cost and row count are correlated, they
are not the same, and this could lead to unexpected results when some large
queries were allowed to proceed.

    In this release, we change how max_join_size is used, so that it now
actually limits the maximum number of row accesses in base tables. If the
estimate indicates that a greater number of rows must be read from the base
tables, an error is raised. This makes the actual behavior better reflect what
is documented. (Bug #83885, Bug #25118903)

    InnoDB: Undetectable problems after upgrade from 8.0.28, crash and
corruption.

    Any new row inserted after upgrade will have all columns added with
ALGORITHM=INSTANT materialized and have version=0.

    In the new implementation, a column added with ALGORITHM=INSTANT will fail
if the maximum possible size of a row exceeds the row size limit. So new rows
with materialized ALGORITHM=INSTANT columns will always be within row size
limit. (Bug #34558510)

    InnoDB: No more garbled UTF characters in SHOW ENGINE INNODB STATUS

    Thank you Iiwo Panowicz for reporting this bug. (Bug #34486877, Bug #108111)

    InnoDB: After a column added with ALGORITHM=INSTANT, an online rebuild DDL
no longer crashes.

    Thank you Qingda Hu for reporting this bug. (Bug #33788578, Bug #106279)

    InnoDB: Several adaptive hash index (AHI) code optimizations and
improvements were implemented, addressing various issues including potential
race conditions. (Bug #33601434)

    Replication: When SOURCE_HEARTBEAT_PERIOD was set to a very small value
(such as 1 microsecond) on the server using CHANGE REPLICATION SOURCE TO, and
the mysqlbinlog client program was started with --read-from-remote-server and
--stop-never=1, it was possible for the binary log dump thread to send an EOF
packet to the client before all events had been sent. (Bug #34860923)

    Replication: Removed an assert from sql/rpl_group_replication.cc which
triggered a false error in testing. (Bug #34619134)

    Replication: After MySQL was started with --server-id=0, trying to change
the server ID by using SET PERSIST server_id=N (where N is an integer greater
than zero) and restarting the server had the following results:

        SELECT @@server_id returned N.

        Any replication SQL statement such as START REPLICA was rejected with
ER_SLAVE_CONFIGURATION.

    To fix this problem, we now ensure that such checks use the value of the
server variable rather than the value passed to the startup option. (Bug
#34412816)

    Replication: When replicating compressed binary log events generated by the
NDB binary log injector, relay log positions were not updated in the
multithreaded applier, thus causing replication to hang. (Bug #33889030)

    References: See also: Bug #33784241.

    Replication: Issuing STOP REPLICA SQL_THREAD while the SQL thread was
handling a transaction caused replication to stop immediately, instead of
waiting 60 seconds for the event group to complete before shutting down the SQL
thread as expected.

    The root cause of this issue was due to the internal variable storing the
last event start time not being reset after the SQL thread was restarted.

    We fix this by resetting the variable holding the last event start time
whenever the SQL thread is started. (Bug #33646899)

    Replication: While their wording might imply otherwise, the log messages
Setting super_read_only=ON (ER_GRP_RPL_SUPER_READ_ON) and Setting
super_read_only=OFF (ER_GRP_RPL_SUPER_READ_OFF) were written only after the
operations were attempted, and not beforehand, or while the operations were
ongoing. This sometimes led to confusion when setting the variable was rejected,
and this was logged prior to the set attempt itself being logged. To keep this
from happening, these messages are now logged just prior to attempting the
operation. (Bug #108843, Bug #34728079)

    Replication: The relay_log_space_limit system variable is a 64-bit value,
but its valid maximum was specified internally as that of a 32-bit value. (Bug
#106323, Bug #33799840)

    Replication: Eliminated an unnecessary update of the gtid_executed table
which was performed when rotating the binary logs. (Bug #106116, Bug #33759477)

    Group Replication: The WRITE_CONSENSUS_SINGLE_LEADER_CAPABLE column of the
MySQL Performance Schema's replication_group_communication_information table
reflects the runtime value of a Paxos Single Leader setup in a group, letting
users know what the value of group_replication_paxos_single_leader must be on
joining members.

    A group that was bootstrapped with single-leader enabled but with its
protocol version downgraded to one that did not support it reported
WRITE_CONSENSUS_SINGLE_LEADER_CAPABLE equal to 0, as expected, but attempting to
join an instance to the group using group_replication_paxos_single_leader = 0
was not possible.

    To solve this problem, we change the behaviour and make the value of
group_replication_paxos_single_leader consistent with the communication version
that the group is running. Since this variable was introduced in MySQL 8.0.27,
it is not known or used in any previous version, and so we now enforce the
following rules:

        When a node tries to join a group that is running MySQL 8.0.26 or
earlier and we are version 8.0.27 or later, we reject the attempt with an error
stating that group_replication_paxos_single_leader must be OFF before joining
the group

        When we try to use group_replication_set_communication_protocol() to set
a version less than 8.0.27 and we are of version 8.0.27 or later, we reject the
function call if group_replication_paxos_single_leader is not OFF.

    In addition, we also change the value checked to determine whether changing
the group leader is allowed after running
group_replication_set_communication_protocol(). Previously, this was the runtime
value of group_replication_paxos_single_leader, which takes effect only after a
group reboot. Instead, when we run
group_replication_set_communication_protocol(), we now use the value shown by
the replication_group_communication_information table's
WRITE_CONSENSUS_SINGLE_LEADER_CAPABLE column, described previously. (Bug
#34555045, Bug #34828311)

Full Changelog: https://dev.mysql.com/doc/relnotes/mysql/8.0/en/news-8-0-32.html

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Saturday, 29 Oct 2022
07:45 Jochen Neumeister (joneum) search for other commits by this committer
databases/mysql80-*: Update to latest release 8.0.31

Bugs Fixed

    Incompatible Change: The service pfs_plugin_table, deprecated since MySQL
8.0.14, is removed in this release.

    Plugins or components using this service must be updated to use
pfs_plugin_table_v1 and pfs_plugin_column_* instead. (Bug #34361827)

    Important Change; Replication: Query log events filtered by the default
database whenever --replicate-do-db or --replicate-ignore-db was used included
XA START, XA END, XA COMMIT, and XA ROLLBACK (but not XA PREPARE or XA COMMIT
ONE_PHASE), regardless of the binary log format.

    This can lead to one of the issues listed here:

        When XA START or XA END was filtered out, the sequence of XA statements
within the first part of the transaction were rendered invalid, which made the
replica stop with an error.

        When XA START and XA END were preserved while XA COMMIT or XA ROLLBACK
was filtered out, then a transaction could remain in the prepared state
indefinitely on the replica.

    To prevent either of these problems from occurring, we no longer filter XA
START, XA END, XA COMMIT, or XA ROLLBACK statements by the default database with
--replicate-do-db or --replica-ignore-db. (Bug #106201, Bug #33764808)

    InnoDB: After upgrading to a release that supports row versions for columns
added or dropped using ALGORITHM-INSTANT, a failure occurred during an instant
ADD COLUMN operation on a table with a nullable column and an instantly added
column. (Bug #34488482)

    InnoDB: Adding a virtual column and dropping a column in the same ALTER
TABLE statement raised an invalid debug assertion failure. (Bug #34467592)

    InnoDB: The physical position of columns were not set correctly after
dropping a column and renaming an existing column to the name of the dropped
column. (Bug #34463089)

    InnoDB: A Valgrind error detected in mtr_t::start() was corrected. (Bug
#34327575)

    InnoDB: A DDL operation on a corrupted partitioned table raised an assertion
failure. (Bug #34293555)

    InnoDB: An index block latch order violation during histogram sampling
blocked concurrent inserts and could cause a deadlock failure. (Bug #34282448,
Bug #34174927, Bug #107299)

    InnoDB: An ALTER TABLE operation executed while a data load operation was in
progress raised an assertion failure. (Bug #34267618)

    InnoDB: InnoDB memory leaks during MySQL server initialization, identified
by Address Sanitizer (ASAN) builds, were fixed. (Bug #34156050)

    InnoDB: During recovery, a tablespace object associated with encrypted undo
tablespace pages that were fetched from disk did not contain the encryption keys
required to decrypt the pages, resulting in a failure. (Bug #34148143)

    InnoDB: In debug builds, a descending b-tree scan raised a debug assertion
failure. (Bug #34144951)

    InnoDB: The innodb_redo_log_consumer_advance() function failed to handle an
invalid argument. (Bug #34052884)

    InnoDB: A column added using ALGORITHM=INSTANT was visible in read views
created before the DDL operation that added the column. (Bug #33937504)

    InnoDB: A failure occurred while upgrading a MySQL instance with a MySQL 5.6
data directory containing user-created table with a particular table ID.
Assignment of that table ID resulted in assignment of conflicting data
dictionary table IDs while upgrading from MySQL 5.7 to MySQL 8.0.

    Thanks to Rahul Malik for the contribution. (Bug #33919635)

    InnoDB: A buffer block containing intrinsic temporary table page was
relocated during page traversal, causing an assertion failure. (Bug #33715694)

    InnoDB: Dropping a table with a discarded tablespace caused an assertion
failure. (Bug #33232978)

    InnoDB: Page I/O reads not completed before shutdown reached the flush phase
caused an assertion failure in cases where pages had change buffer merges to be
completed after the I/O read. (Bug #33192496)

    InnoDB: An index latch order violation in dict_table_x_lock_indexes() caused
an assertion failure. (Bug #32912868)

    InnoDB: A TRUNCATE TABLE operation failed to free an acquired mutex in
specific cases. (Bug #107858, Bug #34380370)

    InnoDB: In debug builds, importing a tablespace without a .cfg file for
table with an instantly added or dropped column raised an assertion failure.
(Bug #107517, Bug #34307874)

    InnoDB: A potential memory leak in the trx_undo_prev_version_build()
function was corrected.

    Thanks to Alex Xing for the contribution. (Bug #106952, Bug #34051207)

    InnoDB: A debug assertion failure occurred while redoing a space deletion
during recovery. (Bug #103482, Bug #32819101)

    InnoDB: An InnoDB startup message that specified the number of object pools
was removed to avoid confusion with the number of buffer pool instances. (Bug
#80248, Bug #22653060)

See full Changelog here:
https://dev.mysql.com/doc/relnotes/mysql/8.0/en/news-8-0-31.html

Sponsored by:	Netzkommune GmbH
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Thursday, 15 Sep 2022
14:34 Jochen Neumeister (joneum) search for other commits by this committer
databases/mysql80-*: Update to latest release 8.0.30

PR:	265468

Bugs Fixed:
- InnoDB: A TRUNCATE TABLE operation failed to remove data dictionary entries
for columns that were dropped using ALGORITHM=INSTANT.
- InnoDB: An incorrect nullable column calculation on tables with instantly
added columns caused data to be interpreted incorrectly
- InnoDB: The read_2_bytes() function in the InnoDB sources, which reads bytes
from the log buffer, returned a null pointer.
- Replication: The COUNT_TRANSACTIONS_REMOTE_IN_APPLIER_QUEUE column in the
Performance Schema table replication_group_member_stats could persistently show
transactions related to view change events (View_change_log_event) that had
already been applied. These events are queued in the Group Replication applier
channel but applied in the Group Replication recovery channel, causing a race
condition that could result in the counter decrement being lost. The increment
of the count now takes place at a more suitable point, and the counter for
COUNT_TRANSACTIONS_REMOTE_IN_APPLIER_QUEUE is also now set to zero when the
applier is not busy.
- Debug MySQL binaries can now be built using -0g and -fno-inline.

See full Changelog here:
https://dev.mysql.com/doc/relnotes/mysql/8.0/en/news-8-0-30.html

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Tuesday, 3 May 2022
16:58 Jochen Neumeister (joneum) search for other commits by this committer
databases/mysql80-{client, server}: Update to latest release 8.0.29

Bugs Fixed

    InnoDB: A failure occurred when attempting to purge undo records for a table
with an instantly added column. (Bug #33924532)

    InnoDB: High-priority transactions were not permitted to stop waiting when
interrupted or to timeout while waiting for a lock, preventing deadlocks from
being resolved. In cases where the blocking transaction is also high-priority,
high-priority transactions are now permitted to stop waiting when interrupted or
timeout when exceeding the lock wait timeout period. If a blocking transaction
is not high-priority, high-priority transactions wait for the blocking
transaction to release its locks. (Bug #33856332)

    InnoDB: The AIO synchronization queue used on Windows was removed. The
synchronous file I/O read-write function (SyncFileIO::execute) was revised to
handle files opened for both normal and overlapped I/O, as it does on Linux.
(Bug #33840645)

    InnoDB: Table version metadata was not reset after truncating all partitions
of a table with an instantly added column. (Bug #33822729)

    InnoDB: The srv_error_monitor_thread() function, which prints warnings about
semaphore waits, failed to handle a long semaphore wait as expected. To address
this issue, a blocking call was moved to a more appropriate location. Related
monitor thread code was simplified and improved, and missing shutdown signals
were added for several server threads.

    Enabling and disabling of the standard monitor by InnoDB is now performed
independently of the user-settable innodb_status_output variable. This change
addresses an issue in which the monitor was enabled by InnoDB in a particular
scenario but not set back to its previous value. Thanks to Yuhui Wang for the
contribution. (Bug #33789526, Bug #93878)

    InnoDB: Valgrind testing identified an off-by-one error in
rec_convert_dtuple_to_rec_old() in the InnoDB sources. (Bug #33784672)

    InnoDB: The UNIV_DEBUG variant of the mem_heap_alloc() function in the
InnoDB sources was modified to improve Valgrind error detection. (Bug #33783709)

    InnoDB: A fast shutdown did not wait for all active I/O operations to finish
before closing all files. (Bug #33768584)

    InnoDB: A Clang warning reported an incorrectly placed @return command. (Bug
#33734011)

    InnoDB: Values of the new record locks array (m_prebuilt->new_rec_locks[])
were not properly synchronized when switching between partitions, causing an
assertion failure due to locks being freed or not freed as expected. (Bug
#33724166)

    InnoDB: A race condition in the function that updates the double write
buffer when a write request is completed caused a long semaphore wait error.
(Bug #33712370)

    InnoDB: A function wrongly assumed that changing a record in an indexed
column always requires creating a new record in the secondary index, resulting
in an lock-related assertion failure. To address this and other similar cases,
the lock_rec_convert_impl_to_expl() function that converts an implicit record
lock to an explicit record lock is now used only when an implicit record lock is
actually held. (Bug #33657235)

    InnoDB: A number of Doxygen issues in the InnoDB sources were addressed.
(Bug #33603036)

    InnoDB: A missing null pointer check for an index instance caused a failure.
(Bug #33600109)

Full (and long) relnotes:
https://dev.mysql.com/doc/relnotes/mysql/8.0/en/news-8-0-29.html

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Friday, 28 Jan 2022
15:32 Jochen Neumeister (joneum) search for other commits by this committer
databases/mysql80-*: Update to 8.0.28

Changelog: https://dev.mysql.com/doc/relnotes/mysql/8.0/en/news-8-0-28.html

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Thursday, 25 Nov 2021
07:17 Jochen Neumeister (joneum) search for other commits by this committer
databases/mysql80-*: Update to 8.0.27

Release Notes: https://dev.mysql.com/doc/relnotes/mysql/8.0/en/news-8-0-27.html

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Thursday, 26 Aug 2021
17:52 Jochen Neumeister (joneum) search for other commits by this committer
databases/mysql80-*: update to 8.0.26

Release notes: https://dev.mysql.com/doc/relnotes/mysql/8.0/en/news-8-0-26.html

Sponsored by:	Netzkommune GmbH
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Thursday, 20 May 2021
12:07 Dima Panov (fluffy) search for other commits by this committer
databases/mysql80-*: update to 8.0.25 GA release

Release notes:	https://dev.mysql.com/doc/relnotes/mysql/8.0/en/news-8-0-25.html
		https://dev.mysql.com/doc/relnotes/mysql/8.0/en/news-8-0-24.html

PR:		255937
Submitted by:	delphij@
Approved by	joneum@ (implicit)
MFH:		2021Q2
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Wednesday, 3 Feb 2021
02:09 fluffy search for other commits by this committer
databases/mysql80*: update to 8.0.23

Disable detect of TLSv1.3 functions - it's broken with LibreSSL

Release Notes:	https://dev.mysql.com/doc/relnotes/mysql/8.0/en/news-8-0-23.html
Requested by:	joneum
Original commitRevision:563859 
Thursday, 29 Oct 2020
10:20 joneum search for other commits by this committer
databases/mysql80-{client, server}: Update to latest release 8.0.22

Full Changelog: https://dev.mysql.com/doc/relnotes/mysql/8.0/en/news-8-0-22.html

MFH:		2020Q4
Security:	4fba07ca-13aa-11eb-b31e-d4c9ef517024
Sponsored by:	Netzkommune GmbH
Original commitRevision:553599 
Tuesday, 14 Jul 2020
18:00 joneum search for other commits by this committer
databases/mysql80-{client, server}: Update to latest release 8.0.21

Full Changelog: https://dev.mysql.com/doc/relnotes/mysql/8.0/en/news-8-0-21.html

Submitted by:	fluffy
MFH:		2020Q3
Security:	0ed71663-c369-11ea-b53c-d4c9ef517024
Sponsored by:	Netzkommune GmbH
Original commitRevision:542227 
Thursday, 7 May 2020
11:51 joneum search for other commits by this committer
databases/mysql80-{client, server}: Update to latest release 8.0.20

- Performance: Certain queries against tables with spatial indexes were not
performed as efficiently following an upgrade from MySQL 5.7 to MySQL 8.0.
- NDB Cluster: NDB defines one SPJ worker per node owning a primary partition of
the root table. If this table used read from any replica, DBTC put all SPJ
workers in the same DBSPJ instance, which effe
- NDB Cluster: Executing the SHOW command using an ndb_mgm client binary from
NDB 8.0.16 or earlier to access a management node running NDB 8.0.17 or later
produced the error message Unknown field: is_s
- On EL7 and EL8, CMake configuration was adjusted to look for GCC 9 before GCC
8. Because libmysqlclient ships with MySQL distributions, client applications
built against libmysqlclient on those platfo
- The max_length_for_sort_data system variable is now deprecated due to
optimizer changes that make it obsolete and of no effect.

More Infos: https://dev.mysql.com/doc/relnotes/mysql/8.0/en/news-8-0-20.html

Special thanks to: fluffy

MFH:		2020Q2
Security:	21d59ea3-8559-11ea-a5e2-d4c9ef517024 (MySQL - Server)
Security:       622b5c47-855b-11ea-a5e2-d4c9ef517024 (MySQL - Client)
Sponsored by:	Netzkommune GmbH
Original commitRevision:534263 
Wednesday, 15 Jan 2020
20:06 joneum search for other commits by this committer
databases/mysql80-{client, server}: Update to latest release 8.0.19

- New FPROFILE_GENERATE and FPROFILE_USE CMake options are available for
experimenting with profile guided optimization (PGO) with GCC. See the
cmake/fprofile.cmake in a MySQL source distribution for information about using
them. These options have been tested with GCC 8 and 9, and with Clang.
- Enabling FPROFILE_USE also enables WITH_LTO (link time optimization).
- Innodb_system_rows_read, Innodb_system_rows_inserted,
Innodb_system_rows_deleted status variables were added for counting row
operations on InnoDB tables that belong to system-created schemas. The new
status variables are similar to the existing Innodb_rows_read,
Innodb_rows_inserted, Innodb_rows_deleted status variables, which count
operations on InnoDB tables that belong to both user-created and system-created
schemas.
- The new status variables are useful in replication environments where
relay_log_info_repository and master_info_repository variables are set to TABLE,
resulting in higher row operation counts on slaves due to operations performed
on the slave_master_info, slave_replay_log_info, and slave_worker_info tables,
which belong to the system-created mysql schema. For a valid comparison of
master and slave row operation counts, operations on tables in system-created
schemas can now be excluded using the count data provided by the new status
variables.

More infos: https://dev.mysql.com/doc/relnotes/mysql/8.0/en/news-8-0-19.html

Submitted by:	fluffy
Approved by:	mmokhi (maintainer, implicit)
Sponsored by:	Netzkommune GmbH
Original commitRevision:523155 
Wednesday, 8 Jan 2020
16:47 joneum search for other commits by this committer
databases/mysql80-{client, server}: Update to latest release 8.0.18

switch patch-files to mysql80-server to make it easy for maintain.

Bugfix:
- CMake now enables use of fastcov if it is available. fastcov is faster than
lcov or gcov. This requires GCC and gcov versions of 9 or higher.
- The DISABLE_SHARED CMake option was unused and has been removed.
- The CMake code to find Protobuf executables now works on platforms that split
these into multiple packages.
- The new ADD_GDB_INDEX CMake option determines whether to enable generation of
a .gdb_index section in binaries, which makes loading them in a debugger faster.
The option is disabled by default. It has no effect if a linker other than lld
or GNU gold is used.
- For the INSTALL_LAYOUT CMake option, the SLES and WIN option values were not
used and have been removed.
- The max_prepared_stmt_count system variable maximum value has been increased
from 1 million (1,048,576) to 4 million (4,194,304). The default value remains
unchanged at 16,382.
- MySQL 8.0 no longer supports building using wolfSSL. All MySQL builds now use
OpenSSL.
- The RE2 library is no longer used by MySQL. The library is no longer bundled
with source distributions and the WITH_RE2 CMake option is obsolete.

More Infos: https://dev.mysql.com/doc/relnotes/mysql/8.0/en/news-8-0-18.html

A big thanks to @fluffy for his help with this update

MFH:		2020Q1
Security:	fc91f2ef-fd7b-11e9-a1c7-b499baebfeaf
Sponsored by:	Netzkommune GmbH
Original commitRevision:522436 
Thursday, 19 Sep 2019
12:33 mmokhi search for other commits by this committer
databases/mysql80-{client, server}: Update to latest release 8.0.17
This update includes security fixes on issues that are
mentioned on upstream critical patch report.
Further info:
https://www.oracle.com/technetwork/security-advisory/cpujul2019-5072835.html#AppendixMSQL

Delete upstream-merged patches
Change other local-patches according upstream changes

PR:		239272
Reported by:	Markus Kohlmeyer <rootservice@gmail.com>
Sponsored by:	EuroBSDCon 2019 DevSummit
Original commitRevision:512334 
Saturday, 11 May 2019
14:15 mmokhi search for other commits by this committer
databases/mysql80-{client, server}: Update to latest release 8.0.16

This update includes:
Bugfixes:
- InnoDB: Undo tablespaces remained unencrypted after enabling
    undo tablespace encryption at startup. (Bug #29477795)
- InnoDB: Problematic macros introduced with undo tablespace DDL support
    (Bug #29324132, Bug #94243).
- InnoDB: Static thread local variables defined at the wrong scope
    were not released at thread exit. (Bug #29305186)
-  Memory leaks discovered in the innochecksum  (Bug #28917614, Bug #93164).

New features:
- MySQL C API now supports asynchronous functions for
    nonblocking communication with the MySQL server.
- MySQL now supports a new Chinese collation, utf8mb4_zh_0900_as_cs
- CMake now causes the build process to link with the llvm lld linker
    for Clang if it is available.

Security Fix:
CVE-2019-2632, CVE-2019-2693, CVE-2019-2694, CVE-2019-2695 and other fixes.
More info:
https://www.oracle.com/technetwork/security-advisory/cpuapr2019-5072813.html#AppendixMSQL

PR:		237399
Reported by:	Brent Busby <brent@jfi.uchicago.edu>
Sponsored by:	The FreeBSD Foundation
Original commitRevision:501261 
Wednesday, 27 Feb 2019
11:02 mmokhi search for other commits by this committer
databases/mysql80-{client, server}: Update to new release 8.0.15
This is a quick release after 8.0.14 which fixes Bug #29249542, Bug #94004
on upstream (Group repl. doesn't work when IPv6 is disabled on OS)
More info on upstream:
https://dev.mysql.com/doc/relnotes/mysql/8.0/en/news-8-0-15.html

While here, delete the no-more-needed warning from "pkg-message" since MySQL8.0
is GA.

Sponsored by:	The FreeBSD Foundation
Original commitRevision:494045 
Saturday, 26 Jan 2019
18:36 mmokhi search for other commits by this committer
databases/mysql80-{client, server}: Update to latest release 8.0.14
This update (released on Jan 21st) includes:
Bugs Fixed:
  Important Change: Fix importing a dump from a MySQL 5.7 server 8.0 failure.
    (ER_WRONG_VALUE_FOR_VAR, when an unsupported [by 8.0] SQL mode was used).
    The behavior of the server in such circumstances now depends on the setting
of the
    `pseudo_slave_mode` system variable.
    If this is false, the server rejects the mode setting with
ER_UNSUPPORTED_SQL_MODE.
    Otherwise, server just gives a warning. (Bug #90337, Bug #27828236).

  InnoDB: Properly initialize the static thread-local 'tables' variable in
    the TempTable storage engine (on Solaris X86) was not properly initialized.
    (Bug #28987365)

  InnoDB: Fix incorrect lock order caused a deadlock when one thread attempted
to
    drop a table while another created an encrypted tablespace. (Bug #28774259)

More info from upstream:
  https://dev.mysql.com/doc/relnotes/mysql/8.0/en/news-8-0-14.html

While here, Adapt some local patches with new upstream changes.

PR:		234984
Sponsored by:	The FreeBSD Foundation
Original commitRevision:491308 
Sunday, 13 Jan 2019
23:24 mmokhi search for other commits by this committer
databases/mysql80-{client, server}: Update ports to latest version 8.0.13
This update fixes several issues including CVEs.
Bug-fixes:
	- Return better error messages for OpenSSL errors
	- Incorrect copying of an integer value by X Plugin caused an
	    error relating to misaligned memory access
Improvement:
	- Important Change: X Protocol now provides a connection pooling option

Upstream notes: https://dev.mysql.com/doc/relnotes/mysql/8.0/en/news-8-0-13

While here, fix the build with GCC-based architectures too (ported from fix on
MySQL57)

Sponsored by:	The FreeBSD Foundation
Original commitRevision:490218 
Saturday, 11 Aug 2018
20:22 mmokhi search for other commits by this committer
databases/mysql80-{client, server}: Update ports to 8.0.12
This update includes Oracle Critical Patch Advisory published on July 2018
More info:
http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/security-advisory/cpujul2018-4258247.html#AppendixMSQL
Also:
Delete upstreamed hunks of patches.
Change local patches regarding upstream changes.

PR:		229861
Reported by:	Markus Kohlmeyer <rootservice@gmail.com>
Sponsored by:	The FreeBSD Foundation
Original commitRevision:476944 
Saturday, 12 May 2018
15:35 mmokhi search for other commits by this committer
databases/mysql80-{client,server}: Upgrade the ports to GA version 8.0.11
Fix build with LibreSSL and OpenSSL-devel ports as well

MySQL 8.0.11 is the General Availability (GA) version of MySQL 8.
MySQL since this version supports FIPS-mode, if compiled using OpenSSL, AND
    an OpenSSL library and FIPS Object Module are available at runtime.
    FIPS mode imposes conditions on cryptographic operations such as
    restrictions on acceptable encryption algorithms or requirements for longer
key lengths.
    The --ssl-fips-mode client option enables control of FIPS mode on the client
side for:
    mysql, mysqladmin, mysqlbinlog, mysqlcheck, mysqldump, mysqlimport,
mysqlpump, ...
This update includes bugfixes including (not limited to):
-InnoDB: The server was stopped before a fatal error message
    was written to the error log.
-InnoDB: An incorrect GROUP BY result was returned when using the
    TempTable storage engine and a NO PAD collation.
-InnoDB: The data retrieved from INFORMATION_SCHEMA.INNODB_COLUMNS was
    incorrect for tables containing a virtual column.

Full Release-Notes are available at:
https://dev.mysql.com/doc/relnotes/mysql/8.0/en/news-8-0-11.html
Original commitRevision:469734 
Friday, 6 Oct 2017
15:44 mmokhi search for other commits by this committer
databases/mysql80-{server, client}: Update port to the latest release 8.0.2
Changes happened into format of --version which caused r450384

Reviewed by:	mat (mentor)
Approved by:	mat (mentor)
Sponsored by:	Netzkommune GmbH
Differential Revision:	https://reviews.freebsd.org/D12579
Original commitRevision:451389 
Saturday, 7 Jan 2017
20:34 lifanov search for other commits by this committer
add databases/mysql80-server and databases/mysql80-client

This is a development snapshot of upcoming MySQL 8.0.

PR:		215738
Submitted by:	Mahdi Mokhtari <mokhi64@gmail.com>
Reviewed by:	matthew, feld
Approved by:	matthew (mentor), feld
Differential Revision:	https://reviews.freebsd.org/D9031
Original commitRevision:430827 

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