> From: hsv@stripped
> 2013/11/04 09:32 -0800, Jan Steinman
>> I noticed that I have similar queries that work as expected. The difference
> appears to be that every query that is broken uses " WITH ROLLUP", and removing this makes
> them behave as expected.
>> Is this a known bug? Should I submit it as such?
> There is a bug that I about a half year ago reported,
> http://bugs.mysql.com/bug.php?id=68564, that the NULL one expects with "WITH ROLLUP" is
> not always NULL, but is instead the foregoing string in the same field.
Okay, I think I found it:
I added a comment with a link to a page I set up to show the behaviour on my system.
It was submitted in 2009, severity "Critical," triaged "Serious," and still not fixed!
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