Regression tests for some bugs are not published in new MySQL releases. This was reported by the MariaDB project and Ronald. There are also delays in updating bzr after recent releases, but there have been delays in the past. Questions about what has changed have not been answered, so we are left to guess.
I just posted this to the MySQL Internals mailing list:
Like many of you, I’m disappointed that the bzr trees for MySQL are out
of sync with the tarball source and binary releases from Oracle.
Since Oracle has been silent on this, and this is a recurring problem,
I’ve decided to attempt to help the situation.
Mail’s Mail.app keeps a list of recent recipients, but it doesn’t let you export them to a file. You could do as some others on the Internet have suggested and grep the file of addresses for everything that looks like an email address, or you could work with your system instead of against it!
The trick is twofold: knowing where the addresses are stored, and knowing how. They’re stored in a file in your user directory, Library/Application Support/AddressBook/MailRecents-v4.abcdmr.
Answer: When Oracle acknowledges the bug in 5.5.25 (to the owner only), corrects the bug in 5.5.27 (to the owner only), yet hides all information of its existence.
Problem: you wish to write table data to file, but you wish to do so on client side.
SELECT ... INTO OUTFILE writes the file on server. What are your options on client?
If you have direct access from your client machine to your DB server machine, and can connect via mysql client, you get a very customizable file write:
We are very happy to announce our first alpha of Percona Server 5.6. Based on MySQL 5.6.5 and all the improvements contained within, this is the first step towards a full Percona Server 5.6 release.
Binaries are available to download from our downloads site here: http://www.percona.com/downloads/Percona-Server-5.6/Percona-Server-5.6.5-alpha60.0/