>>>>> "hiddinkg" == hiddinkg <hiddinkg@stripped> writes:
hiddinkg> mysqld crashes with a segmentation fault when it is sent
hiddinkg> a "outfile" command with option "fields terminated by ''"
hiddinkg> send the following queries in mysql:
hiddinkg> create table bug (id integer not null primary key, a_blob mediumblob);
hiddinkg> insert into bug values (1, "something");
hiddinkg> select a_blob from bug where id=1 into outfile '/tmp/bug' fields terminated
hiddinkg> by '';
hiddinkg> fix unknown, avoid the use of empty escape characters
hiddinkg> gcc version 2.8.0
The problem is that if try to write to a file without 'fields
terminated by', then MySQL assumes you want to write with fixed record
length. There was a bug where MySQL, in this case, filled an internal
buffer with 2^24 space.
The following fix changes the behaveour of MySQL so that if you use a
blob, mediumblob or longblob, then it will never assume fixed file