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From:Andrew Morgan Date:June 28 2013 9:06am
Subject:MySQL Cluster Manager 1.2.4 has been released
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Dear MySQL users,

MySQL Cluster Manager 1.2.4 has been released and can be downloaded from 

Documentation on using MySQL Cluster Manager can be found at and the release notes are
available from 

MySQL Cluster Manager offers three core capabilities to boost productivity and simplify
 - Automated management
 - Monitoring and self-healing recovery
 - High availability operation

MySQL Cluster Manager is a part of the commercial MySQL Cluster Carrier Grade Edition

Andrew Morgan - MySQL High Availability Principal Product Manager.
andrew.morgan@stripped / @andrewmorgan /


Functionality Added or Changed

Agent: Important Change: The default user name for MySQL Cluster Manager MySQL user
accounts has been changed from admin to mcmd. See "Setting the MySQL Cluster Manager Agent
User Name and Password"
( (Bug

Client: The restore cluster command now supports restoring MySQL Cluster distributed
privileges, using the --privilege-tables option added in this release. In addition, it is
now possible to use IDs of SQL nodes as well as data nodes with the --skip-nodeid option.
(Bug #16710567)

Packaging: MySQL Cluster Manager now supports MySQL Cluster NDB 7.3. MySQL Cluster NDB
7.3.2 is included with the MySQL Cluster Manager 1.2.4 distribution. See MySQL Cluster NDB
7.3 (, for more information.

Bugs Fixed

Agent: Some Boolean configuration attributes were not handled correctly when set to false,
with only the name of the attribute being written into the configuration file. (Bug

Client: When binary logging was disabled using reset log_bin..., the get command returned
hostname-bin for the value of log_bin, while SHOW VARIABLES in the mysql client showed OFF
for the same variable. As part of this fix, MySQL Cluster Manager now sets log_bin to OFF
by default, rather than to hostname-bin. (Bug #16392933)

Packaging: Shortcuts added to the Windows Start menu by the MySQL Manager installer could
point to the wrong location. (Bug #16781988)
MySQL Cluster Manager 1.2.4 has been releasedAndrew Morgan28 Jun