MySQL, one of the most popular open source databases in the world, has just reached version 5.6.13.
As usual, any new version of MySQL brings lots of improvements and version 5.6.13 makes no exception.
Highlights of MySQL 5.6.13:
• Program options can no longer be specified in full or as any unambiguous prefix;
• The C API libmysqlclient shared-library .so files is now at have version 18.1.0;
• InnoDB no longer fails to open a tablespace that has multiple data files;
• A code regression introduced in MySQL 5.6 negatively impacted DROP TABLE and ALTER TABLE performance. This problem has been fixed.
A complete list of fixed bugs, updates and new features can be found in the comprehensive official announcement.
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