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MySQL Community Server 5.7.10 has been released




Dear MySQL users,

MySQL Server 5.7.10, a new version of the popular Open Source
Database Management System, has been released. MySQL 5.7.10 is
recommended for use on production systems.

For an overview of what's new in MySQL 5.7, please see

http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.7/en/mysql-nutshell.html

For information on installing MySQL 5.7.10 on new servers, please see
the MySQL installation documentation at

  http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.7/en/installing.html

MySQL Server 5.7.10 is available in source and binary form for a number of
platforms from the "Development Releases" selection of our download
pages at

  http://dev.mysql.com/downloads/mysql/

MySQL Server 5.7.10 is also available from our repository for Linux
platforms, go here for details:

  http://dev.mysql.com/downloads/repo/

Windows packages are available via the Installer for Windows or .ZIP
(no-install) packages for more advanced needs. The point and click
configuration wizards and all MySQL products are available in the
unified Installer for Windows:

  http://dev.mysql.com/downloads/installer/

5.7.10 also comes with a web installer as an alternative to the full
installer.

The web installer doesn't come bundled with any actual products
and instead relies on download-on-demand to fetch only the
products you choose to install. This makes the initial download
much smaller but increases install time as the individual products
will need to be downloaded.

We welcome and appreciate your feedback, bug reports, bug fixes,
patches, etc.:

  http://bugs.mysql.com/report.php

The following section lists the changes in the MySQL 5.7 since
the release of MySQL 5.7.9. It may also be viewed
online at

http://dev.mysql.com/doc/relnotes/mysql/5.7/en/news-5-7-10.html

Enjoy!


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Changes in MySQL 5.7.10 (2015-12-07)


     * Functionality Added or Changed

     * Security Notes

     * Bugs Fixed

   Functionality Added or Changed

     * InnoDB: Enabling the new
       innodb_background_drop_list_empty debug configuration
       option helps avoid test case failures by delaying table
       creation until the background drop list is empty. (Bug
       #21891560)

     * InnoDB: The innodb_support_xa system variable, which
       enables support for two-phase commit in XA transactions,
       is deprecated. InnoDB support for two-phase commit in XA
       transactions is always enabled as of MySQL 5.7.10.
       Disabling innodb_support_xa is no longer permitted as it
       makes replication unsafe and prevents performance gains
       associated with binary log group commit.

     * MySQL distributions now include lz4_decompress and
       zlib_decompress utilities that can be used to decompress
       mysqlpump output that was compressed using the
       --compress-output=LZ4 and --compress-output=ZLIB options.
       For more information, see lz4_decompress --- Decompress
       mysqlpump LZ4-Compressed Output
       (http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.7/en/lz4-decompress.html),
       and zlib_decompress --- Decompress mysqlpump
       ZLIB-Compressed Output
       (http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.7/en/zlib-decompress.html).
       (Bug #21644479)

     * mysql_upgrade now attempts to print more informative
       errors than FATAL ERROR: Upgrade failed. (Bug #21489398)

     * These client programs now support the
       --enable-cleartext-plugin option: mysqlcheck, mysqldump,
       mysqlimport, mysqlshow. This option enables the
       mysql_clear_password cleartext authentication plugin.
       (See The Cleartext Client-Side Authentication Plugin
(http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.7/en/cleartext-authentication-plugin.html).)
       (Bug #21235226)

     * These functions now produce warnings for invalid input:
       UNHEX(), INET_NTOA(), INET_ATON(), INET6_NTOA(),
       INET6_ATON(). Also, INET_ATON() now returns NULL and
       produces a warning for arguments that contain more than
       four groups of digits. (Bug #78856, Bug #22042027, Bug
       #78884, Bug #22071558)

   Security Notes

     * Previously, MySQL supported TLSv1.0 and TLSv1.1 SSL
       protocols. When compiled with OpenSSL 1.0.1 or higher,
       MySQL now also supports TLSv1.2 protocol to enable a
       higher level of security for SSL connections.

       Because TLSv1.2 requires OpenSSL, this feature is
       available in binary distributions only for MySQL
       Commercial Server, and not for MySQL Community Server
       (which is compiled using yaSSL). To enable TLSv1.2
       support if you build from source, you must set the
       WITH_SSL CMake option to use OpenSSL when configuring
       MySQL.

   Bugs Fixed

     * InnoDB: When attempting to create a cascading foreign key
       constraint on a primary key column used in a virtual
       index, the error message that was returned did not
       include information from
       dict_foreign_has_col_in_v_index(). (Bug #22050059)

     * InnoDB: An in-place operation that rebuilt a table with
       multiple indexed virtual columns raised an assertion.
       (Bug #22018532)

     * InnoDB: A SELECT ... FOR UPDATE operation on a table that
       only contained virtual columns and a virtual column index
       raised an invalid assertion. (Bug #21981164, Bug
       #21880930)

     * InnoDB: The calculation in dict_index_node_ptr_max_size()
       that determines the maximum index record size treated
       fixed fields that exceeded the maximum column length as
       fixed-size fields instead of variable length fields. (Bug
       #21968191)

     * InnoDB: A server exit during a TRUNCATE TABLE operation
       on a table with a full-text index caused startup to fail.
       (Bug #21959479)

     * InnoDB: An ALTER TABLE ... DISCARD TABLESPACE operation
       raised an invalid assertion. (Bug #21957001, Bug #78728)

     * InnoDB: Compared to previous releases, small tablespaces
       containing tables with BLOB values had larger data files
       due to regression introduced in MySQL 5.7.5. (Bug
       #21950389, Bug #78623)
       References: This bug is a regression of Bug #18756233.

     * InnoDB: The ord_part flag was not reset after a failed
       operation to create an index on a virtual column, causing
       InnoDB to assert on a subsequent insert operation. (Bug
       #21941320, Bug #21979969)

     * InnoDB: Successive open table operations on tables with
       virtual columns caused a memory access violation. (Bug
       #21939731)

     * InnoDB: An invalid search tuple was created for a table
       with virtual columns. (Bug #21922176)

     * InnoDB: InnoDB attempted to purge a virtual column index
       record that was not marked for deletion. (Bug #21901389)

     * InnoDB: Update vector generation for a full-text search
       DOC_ID did not initialize a new ufield, resulting in an
       assertion. (Bug #21891185)

     * InnoDB: InnoDB failed to prevent foreign key SET NULL or
       CASCADE constraints on virtual column base columns and
       virtual index columns. (Bug #21890816)

     * InnoDB: An invalid comparison raised an assertion under a
       64k innodb_page_size setting. (Bug #21882024)

     * InnoDB: When estimating the maximum record size of a
       b-tree index page, InnoDB incorrectly treated long-length
       fixed fields (greater than 767 bytes) as fixed-size
       fields instead of variable length fields. (Bug #21880445)

     * InnoDB: In debug builds, dtuple_get_n_fields attempted to
       read freed memory that was previously allocated for a
       virtual column tuple, resulting in a server exit. (Bug
       #21875974)

     * InnoDB: Selecting from INNODB_CMPMEM with option
       big-tables=1 raised a buffer pool mutex assertion. (Bug
       #21871451, Bug #78494)

     * InnoDB: InnoDB returned an invalid corruption-related
       error message during an IMPORT TABLESPACE operation. (Bug
       #21838158, Bug #77321)

     * InnoDB: After a crash on Windows, copying the data
       directory to a non-Windows platform to perform the
       restore caused a crash recovery failure on startup. The
       code did not convert file path separators from "\" to "/"
       in the redo log. (Bug #21825127, Bug #78410)

     * InnoDB: A FLUSH TABLE ... FOR EXPORT operation asserted
       in row_quiesce_table_start() when run on a partitioned
       table with partitions residing in a system or general
       tablespace. (Bug #21796845)

     * InnoDB: A DROP TABLE operation resulted in a server exit.
       The return value of a function call was not checked,
       which lead to dereferencing of a null pointer. The patch
       for this bug also addresses a potential race condition.
       (Bug #21794102, Bug #78336)

     * InnoDB: In debug builds, an ordered scan across multiple
       partitions did not use a priority queue, resulting in an
       assertion. (Bug #21753477)

     * InnoDB: After restarting the server, the COMPRESSION
       column of the INNODB_SYS_TABLESPACES table displayed
       incorrect data. The COMPRESSION column was removed from
       INNODB_SYS_TABLESPACES. To view the current setting for
       page compression, use SHOW CREATE TABLE. (Bug #21687636,
       Bug #78197)

     * InnoDB: An invalid table flags value raised an assertion.
       The SYS_TABLES.MIX_LEN(flags2) value was not read for
       tables that use ROW_FORMAT=REDUNDANT. (Bug #21644827)

     * InnoDB: An online ALTER TABLE operation caused a server
       exit. (Bug #21640679)

     * InnoDB: An assertion was raised when crash recovery
       handling of an MLOG_TRUNCATE redo log record treated a
       shared tablespace as a file-per-table tablespace. Redo
       was skipped for the shared tablespace. (Bug #21606676)

     * InnoDB: Transaction rollback after recovery failed due to
       an invalid assertion. (Bug #21575121)

     * InnoDB: Insufficient information in the undo log about
       spatial columns raised an assertion and could result in a
       upgrade failure. Consequently, a slow shutdown is
       required prior to performing an in-place upgrade from
       MySQL 5.7.8 or 5.7.9 to 5.7.10 or higher. For more
       information, refer to Changes Affecting Upgrades to MySQL
       5.7
(http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.7/en/upgrading-from-previous-series.html).
       (Bug #21508582)
       References: This bug is a regression of Bug #21340268.

     * InnoDB: A secondary index is not permitted on a virtual
       column that is based on a foreign key-referenced column
       that uses ON DELETE CASCADE, ON DELETE SET NULL, ON
       UPDATE CASCADE, or ON UPDATE SET NULL. The restriction
       was not enforced. (Bug #21508402)

     * InnoDB: A duplicate key error that occurred during an
       online DDL operation reported an incorrect key name. (Bug
       #21364096, Bug #77572)

     * InnoDB: An ALTER TABLE operation caused the server to
       exit on disk full. (Bug #21326304, Bug #77497)

     * InnoDB: The system tablespace data file did not extend
       automatically when reaching the file size limit, causing
       startup to fail with a size mismatch error and preventing
       the addition of another system tablespace data file. (Bug
       #21287796, Bug #77128)

     * InnoDB: Altering the letter case of a column introduced
       an inconsistency between the frm file and data dictionary
       resulting in a failed CREATE INDEX operation on the
       altered column. (Bug #20755615)

     * InnoDB: An ALTER TABLE operation that converted a table
       to an InnoDB file-per-table tablespace did not check for
       unknown files with the same name as the destination .idb
       file, permitting an unknown file of the same name to be
       overwritten. (Bug #19218794, Bug #73225)

     * InnoDB: row_merge_read_clustered_index() did not handle a
       bulk load error correctly. (Bug #19163625)

     * Partitioning: Partition scans did not evaluate virtual
       generated columns properly. This could cause issues with
       partitioned tables having an index on a virtual BLOB
       column. (Bug #21864838, Bug #21881155)

     * Partitioning: While executing CHECK TABLE, when checking
       whether rows were in the correct partition, the partition
       engine missed updates for virtual generated columns. (Bug
       #21779554)

     * Partitioning: Performing an in-place ALTER TABLE on a
       partitioned InnoDB table having one or more partitions
       which used a separate tablespace could cause the server
       to fail. (Bug #21755994)

     * Partitioning: When all partitions were pruned, they were
       not initialized for scanning during initialization of
       indexes. This involved two related issues, one being that
       the active index was not set back to the maxmimum key
       value when the index was closed. In addition, when this
       occurred as part of a multi-range read, there were
       attempts to access unset variables. (Bug #78260, Bug
       #21754608, Bug #21620577)

     * Replication: Fatal errors encountered during flushing or
       synchronizing the binary log were being ignored. Such
       errors are now caught and handled depending on the
       setting of binlog_error_action. (Bug #76795, Bug #68953,
       Bug #20938915, Bug #16666407)

     * INSERT ... ON DUPLICATE KEY UPDATE could result in a
       memory leak when executed as a prepared statement. (Bug
       #22151233)
       References: This bug was introduced by Bug #21908206.

     * If the server was started with
       --performance_schema_accounts_size=0, querying the
       Performance Schema status variable tables caused a server
       exit. (Bug #22131713)

     * For debug builds, using ALTER TABLE to add a generated
       column to a table could cause a deadlock. (Bug #22083048)

     * Some of the source files for spatial functions in the sql
       directory took excessive compile time and required too
       much compiler memory allocation. (Bug #22078874)

     * Internal buffer sizes in resolve_stack_dump were
       increased to accommodate larger symbol space requirements
       for C++ code. (Bug #22071592)

     * The systemd unit file did not specify any --pid-file
       option for mysqld, with the result that server startup
       could fail. The unit file now includes a default
       --pid-file option in the ExecStart value. This default
       can be overridden in the override.conf file by changing
       both PIDFile and ExecStart to specify the PID file path
       name. (Bug #22066787)

     * A query with nested derived tables and scalar subqueries
       in the select list of the derived tables might in some
       cases cause a server exit. (Bug #22062023)

     * When mysqld was run with --initialize, it used chown() to
       set the data directory owner, even if ownership was
       already correct. This caused problems for AppArmor and
       SELinux. The server now checks whether the data directory
       owner is correct and skips the chown() call if so. (Bug
       #22041387)

     * Failed evaluation of a generated column expression for
       CREATE TABLE or ALTER TABLE could cause a server exit.
       Now if expression evaluation causes truncation or
       provides incorrect input to a function, the statement
       terminates with an error and the DDL operation is
       rejected. (Bug #22018999)

     * Creating a unique index on a virtual POINT column could
       result in an error or assertion for later table accesses.
       (Bug #22017616)

     * Problems leading to Valgrind warnings for libmysqld were
       corrected. (Bug #22007587)

     * Sending a load spike to a newly started server could
       cause the Performance Schema to allocate a large amount
       of memory, possibly leading to out-of-memory failure.
       (Bug #22006088)

     * MySQL development RPM packages could fail to install if
       MySQL Connector/C development RPM packages were
       installed. (Bug #22005375)

     * A missing error check could result in a server exit for
       DELETE statements that referred to user-defined
       variables. (Bug #21982313)

     * Possible buffer overflow from incorrect use of strcpy()
       and sprintf() was corrected. (Bug #21973610)

     * MySQL RPM packages for RHEL5 failed to create the mysql
       system user. (Bug #21950975)

     * MySQL does not support columns of ROW type, but the
       server did not prevent generated columns from being
       created that used ROW expressions. These are now
       prohibited. (Bug #21940542)

     * The version_tokens plugin called the locking service
       using a timeout value of only one second. The timeout is
       now taken from the default value of the lock_wait_timeout
       system variable (that is, one year). (Bug #21928198)

     * Spatial functions could return invalid results if given a
       polygon or multipolygon argument containing holes such
       that a hole vertex touched the exterior ring at a point
       lying in the interior of an exterior ring segment. This
       could manifest itself as: ST_UNION() producing an invalid
       polygon; ST_SymDifference() producing an invalid
       multipolygon; ST_Intersection() producing an invalid
       self-intersecting polygon; ST_Difference() producing an
       invalid geometry. (Bug #21927733, Bug #21927639, Bug
       #21927558, Bug #21977775)

     * With the STRICT_TRANS_TABLES SQL mode enabled, it was not
       possible to insert data into a VIRTUAL generated column
       defined with the NOT NULL attribute. (Bug #21927469)

     * Problems leading to Valgrind warnings for OpenSSL random
       number generation were corrected. (Bug #21927436)

     * Querying views on Windows could lead to memory leaks.
       (Bug #21908206)
       References: This bug was introduced by Bug #13901905.

     * Generated column definitions specified with the NULL
       attribute resulted in a syntax error. (Bug #21900170)

     * A stored procedure that used ST_Area() could return
       different numbers of rows for the first and second
       executions. (Bug #21889842)

     * For polygon values with an interior ring that touches an
       exterior ring, ST_Buffer() could return invalid polygon
       values. (Bug #21871856)

     * Two rows in the Performance Schema threads table could
       have the same THREAD_OS_ID value. (Bug #21865330)

     * For debug builds, using ALTER TABLE to change the
       expression for a generated column could cause a server
       exit. (Bug #21854004)

     * ALTER USER failed if the server was started with
       --skip-grant-tables. (Bug #21847825)

     * Performance Schema reads of a session's THD structure
       while the session was running could create race
       conditions and result in a server exit. (Bug #21841412)

     * A prepared statement that computes ST_IsSimple() or
       ST_Buffer_Strategy() on a nullable column in an outer
       join could return different numbers of rows for the first
       and second statement executions. (Bug #21841051)

     * Queries on the Performance Schema variables_by_thread
       table could cause a server exit when examining the system
       variables of a new connection. (Bug #21840950)

     * Executing HELP statements or statements involving the
       CONVERT_TZ() function could lead to a memory leak and to
       MyISAM reference-count errors at server shutdown. (Bug
       #21840241)

     * Spatial functions could read already freed memory. (Bug
       #21823135)

     * For Debian package control files, libnuma-dev was added
       to Build-Depends to enable NUMA support. (Bug #21822631)

     * Selecting DECIMAL values into user-defined variables
       could cause a server exit. (Bug #21819304)

     * Re-evaluation of a generated column expression could
       cause access to previously freed memory and a server
       exit. (Bug #21810529)

     * MySQL did not recognize functional dependencies from base
       columns in a generated column expression to the generated
       column. (Bug #21807579)

     * ST_SymDifference() could raise an assertion for polygons
       with self-intersection points. (Bug #21767301, Bug
       #79031, Bug #22124757)

     * USER field output from the audit log plugin was
       malformed. (Bug #21766380)

     * A server exit could occur for queries for which a) a
       GROUP BY included primary key and secondary key columns;
       and b) the WHERE clause included an equality predicate on
       the first primary key column where that column was
       constant. (Bug #21761044)

     * Building MySQL using parallel compilation sometimes
       failed with an attempt to compile sql_yacc.yy before
       lex_token.h had been created. (Bug #21680733)

     * With binary logging enabled, issuing DROP TEMPORARY TABLE
       when in XA_IDLE state caused an assertion to be raised.
       Now an ER_XAER_RMFAIL error is returned.
       In consquence of the fix for this issue, statements that
       previously succeeded in XA_IDLE state now fail with an
       ER_XAER_RMFAIL error. When running with --gtid-mode=ON,
       an explicit DROP continues to fail with
       ER_GTID_UNSAFE_CREATE_DROP_TEMPORARY_TABLE_IN_TRANSACTION
       . (Bug #21638823)

     * A query with a subquery in the left-hand part of an IN
       subquery that was transformed into a semi-join might
       cause a server exit. (Bug #21606400)

     * Concurrent FLUSH PRIVILEGES and REVOKE or GRANT
       statements could produce a small time window during which
       invalid memory access to proxy user information could
       occur, leading to a server exit. (Bug #21602056)

     * Using WITH ROLLUP within a subquery could cause a server
       exit. (Bug #21575790)

     * For debug builds, a call to MAKE_SET() with a subquery as
       argument might be evaluated before tables were locked,
       causing an assertion to be raised. (Bug #21547779)

     * Starting the server with the query_alloc_block_size
       system variable set to certain negative values on a
       machine without enough memory could result in
       out-of-memory errors. (Bug #21503595)

     * Using UNINSTALL PLUGIN to uninstall the daemon_example
       plugin could cause a server exit. (Bug #21467458)

     * FLUSH DES_KEY_FILE failed to reload the DES key file.
       (Bug #21370329)

     * If an error occurred during the setup phase of subquery
       materialization used to compute an IN predicate, cleanup
       of the temporary table did not happen, leading to
       Valgrind errors. (Bug #21346081)

     * On Windows, the sysbench benchmark tool's "run" command
       would hang when attempting to create multiple tables for
       the OLTP test when using shared memory connections. (Bug
       #21319192, Bug #77481)

     * Queries rejected by MySQL Enterprise Firewall were
       truncated to 512 characters when written to the error
       log. (Bug #20948270)

     * A server exit could occur for the second execution of a
       prepared statement for which an ORDER BY clause referred
       to a column position. (Bug #20755389)

     * Repeated execution of a prepared statement could cause a
       server exit if the default database was changed. (Bug
       #20447262)

     * mysql_plugin could exit due to improper checking of
       string operation operands. (Bug #20376670)

     * After failure to create a temporary table during join
       processing and releasing the table descriptor, an attempt
       to access the now-invalid descriptor could cause a server
       exit. (Bug #19918299)

     * Type conversion failure for DECIMAL values could cause a
       server exit. (Bug #19912326, Bug #20013538)

     * INSERT DELAYED could cause a server exit for tables
       partitioned with a character column as the key and for
       which the expression required a character set conversion.
       (Bug #19894161)

     * A server exit could occur when updating a view using an
       ALL comparison operator on a subquery that selects from
       an indexed column in the main table. (Bug #19434916)

     * With AddressSanitizer (ASAN) enabled, triggers that
       contained null or invalid characters could cause an ASAN
       server exit. (Bug #18831513)

     * Incorrect error checking for the NAME_CONST() function
       could lead to a server exit. (Bug #17733850)

     * Queries that needed to store the result of ST_AsWKB() in
       a temporary table could fail with an error message. (Bug
       #79060, Bug #22131961)
       References: This bug was introduced by Bug #21614368.

     * If mysqld was started with the --help option, it created
       a binary log index file. If that file was located in the
       data directory and the command preceded data directory
       initialization, initialization then failed due to a
       nonempty data directory. (Bug #78986, Bug #22107047)

     * mysqladmin --help displayed the old-password command,
       even though the command itself was removed in MySQL
       5.7.5. (Bug #78774, Bug #21972941)

     * The filename character set is intended for internal use,
       but references to it in SQL statements did not produce an
       error. Now they do. (Bug #78732, Bug #21958734)

     * If a generated column used an expression that is affected
       by the SQL mode, the expression could produce different
       results for the same input values, depending on the
       current SQL mode. (For example, interpretation of the ||
       operator depends on the PIPES_AS_CONCAT SQL mode.) Now
       expression evaluation uses the SQL mode in effect at the
       time the column is defined. (Bug #78665, Bug #21929967)

     * Casting large hexadecimal values could produce an
       incorrect result and no truncation warning. (Bug #78641,
       Bug #21922414)

     * mysqlpump generated incorrect ALTER TABLE statements for
       adding foreign keys. (Bug #78593, Bug #21907297)

     * The error message returned when trying to define a BLOB,
       TEXT, JSON, or GEOMETRY column with a default value
       (Error 1101, ER_BLOB_CANT_HAVE_DEFAULT) referred to BLOB
       and TEXT columns only. The same error applies to any of
       these four types when trying to use the DEFAULT option
       with it in a column definition; the corresponding error
       message now makes this clear by referring to JSON and
       GEOMETRY columns as well. (Bug #78527, Bug #21887035)

     * A query using JSON_EXTRACT() returned the wrong result
       after a virtual index was added to the table. (Bug
       #78464, Bug #21854241)

     * It was possible to store non-ASCII data in columns
       intended to store data of character set ascii. (Bug
       #78276, Bug #21774967)

     * Adding a SPATIAL index to a MyISAM table could cause the
       cardinality of other indexes to become incorrect. (Bug
       #78213, Bug #21789000)

     * MySQL could fail to compile on Solaris 11.3 when
       /usr/gnu/bin/as was used as the linker. (Bug #77797, Bug
       #21484716)

     * Some punctuation characters in the armscii8 character set
       are represented by two encodings, with the result that a
       character stored using one encoding would not be found
       using a search with the other encoding. For such
       characters, MySQL now selects the encoding with the
       lowest value to consistently map instances onto the same
       encoding. (Bug #77713, Bug #21441405)

     * Item_copy_decimal::copy() did not take the
       div_precision_increment system variable value into
       account, resulting in DECIMAL values being returned with
       incorrect precision from some queries. (Bug #77634, Bug
       #21462523)

     * For queries with implicit grouping; an index with a
       string column as its first part; and a WHERE clause with
       an equality comparison comparing the column to a string
       with trailing characters in addition to the column value,
       an aggregate function that should return NULL returned
       non-NULL. (Bug #77480, Bug #21318711)

     * LOAD_FILE() could cause a server exit for some pathnames
       if the character set was cp932. (Bug #76555, Bug
       #20819220)

     * For constructs such as ORDER BY numeric_expr COLLATE
       collation_name, the character set of the expression was
       treated as latin1, which resulted in an error if the
       collation specified after COLLATE is incompatible with
       latin1. Now when a numeric expression is implicitly cast
       to a character expression in the presence of COLLATE, the
       character set used is the one associated with the named
       collation. (Bug #73858, Bug #20425399)


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