Maatkit version 2442 releasedSat, Oct 18, 2008 in Databases Open Source
The newest release of Maatkit contains mk-audit bug fixes, lots of new features for mk-table-checksum so you can check replication more frequently (see my earlier post about this), and more bug fixes for other tools.
Here’s the changelog:
Changelog for mk-audit: 2008-10-17: version 0.9.3 * mk-audit died if no /etc/*release file existed (issue 62). * mk-audit complained if it could not execute dmidecode (issue 62). * mk-audit died if user didn't have privs to SHOW PROCESSLIST (issue 60). * Made output in PROBLEMS report tabular (issue 41). Changelog for mk-table-checksum: 2008-10-17: version 1.2.0 * Added --recheck (issue 69). * Added --ignorecols (issue 94). * Added --createreplicate (issue 77). * Added --resume and --resume-replicate (issue 36). * --since crashed on blackhole tables (issue 64). * Added --singlechunk and --savesince (issue 53). * --replicate with large WHERE did not fit in boundaries column (issue 81). Changelog for mk-table-sync: 2008-10-17: version 1.0.10 * --tables was not honored when using --replicate (issue 79). * Updated documentation (issue 85). * --replicate failed cryptically on truncated boundaries column (issue 81). Changelog for mk-visual-explain: 2008-10-17: version 1.0.11 * There was a Perl compilation error on Perl 5.10 (issue 90).
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