- 113. By Laurynas Biveinis on 2011-05-30
Fix LP bug 737947: unportable atomic constructs break build on various
The fix is to remove query_response_
time.cc- specific atomic code, and
use MySQL primitives in my_atomic.h. This way the portability is not
limited in any way by the patch as well as minimizing future
- 112. By Ignacio Nin on 2011-05-24
Adapt test to our directory names (debian, redhat)
This test expected documentation to be placed in /usr/share/
Change the path in order to follow debian and RedHat's conventions.
- 111. By Ignacio Nin on 2011-05-18
Merge release branch, update version
Create release-5.5.12-20.3 with 5.5.12 changes and release branch from
5.5.11. Update versions to 5.5.12 and 20.3.
- 109. By kinoyasu <kinoyasu@gauntlet4> on 2011-05-10
port Yasufumi patches to 5.5.12
- 108. By Alexey Kopytov on 2011-04-20
The problem was that InnoDB I/O code was not fully conforming to the
standard on POSIX systems. fsync(), pread() and pwrite() calls may be
interrupted by a signal. In such a case, InnoDB would just fail with an
assertion failure rather than just restarting the interrupted call.
Fixed InnoDB I/O code so that the interrupted system calls are restarted
if they are interrupted by a signal.
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