> > Thank you. But what is about binary fields?
> > When I start mysqld-4.0.. field in table are char(x) binary.
> > But when I start mysql-4.1.0 in the same table the same field is not
> > binary.
> > Is this bug?
> Nope. From the v4.1 BINARY means that no collation is applicable to the column.
I understand this and I want this.
But my binary fields under 4.1.0 loss binary flag.
But under 4.0.12 they have it (the fields in same tables).
I head the 4.1.1 version will fix this
> > Or is there right way to restore binary flag on field.
> Use collation with _bin at the end of collation name.
It is fine for new tables, but I say about tables created under 4.0.X
and after migration to 4.1.0 they loss binary flags on their fields.
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