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From:Andrew Morgan Date:June 18 2013 5:03pm
Subject:MySQL Cluster 7.2.13 has been released
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Dear MySQL users,

MySQL Cluster 7.2.13, has been released and can be downloaded from - where you will also find "Quick Start" guides to
help you get your first MySQL Cluster database up and running. 

The release notes are available from
MySQL Cluster enables users to meet the database challenges of next generation web, cloud,
and communications services with uncompromising scalability, uptime and agility. More
details can be found at 


#Functionality Added or Changed

- Cluster API: Added DUMP code 2514, which provides information about counts of
transaction objects per API node. For more information, see [DUMP
2514]( See also
[Commands in the MySQL Cluster Management
(Bug #15878085)

- When ndb_restore fails to find a table, it now includes in the error output an NDB API
error code giving the reason for the failure. (Bug #16329067)

#Bugs Fixed

- Incompatible Change; Cluster Replication: The default value for the
system variable when the [NDB](
storage engine is enabled is now MIXED. If NDB is not enabled, the default binary logging
format is STATEMENT, as in the standard MySQL Server. (Bug #16417224)

- (Bug #16765651)

- The NDB Error-Reporting Utility (ndb_error_reporter) failed to include the cluster
nodes' log files in the archive it produced when the FILE option was set for the parameter
(Bug #16765651)

- A WHERE condition that contained a boolean test of the result of an IN subselect was not
evaluated correctly. (Bug #16678033)

- In some cases a data node could stop with an exit code but no error message other than
(null) was logged. (This could occur when using ndbd or ndbmtd for the data node process.)
Now in such cases the appropriate error message is used instead (see [ndbd Error
Messages]( (Bug #16614114)

- Improved handling of lagging row change event subscribers by setting size of the GCP
pool to the value of
This fix also introduces a new
data node configuration parameter, which makes it possible to set a total number of bytes
per node to be reserved for buffering epochs. In addition, a new DUMP code (8013) has been
added which causes a list a lagging subscribers for each node to be printed to the cluster
log (see [DUMP
8013]( (Bug

- Purging the binary logs could sometimes cause mysqld to crash. (Bug #15854719)

- An error message in src/mgmsrv/MgmtSrvr.cpp was corrected. (Bug #14548052, Bug #66518)

- The help text for ndb_select_count did not include any information about using table
names. (Bug #11755737, Bug #47551)


Best Regards, Andrew Morgan.

MySQL High Availability Principal Product Manager.
andrew.morgan@stripped .
@andrewmorgan . .
MySQL Cluster 7.2.13 has been releasedAndrew Morgan18 Jun