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Re: Database corruption
On 04/04/2017 10:13 AM, Marko Mäkelä wrote:
> Hi Jérôme,
> Because InnoDB is a transactional storage engine when it comes to DML
> operations, DELETE FROM table (without a WHERE clause) is not equivalent
> to TRUNCATE TABLE. The reason is that you can ROLLBACK after DELETE, but
> you cannot ROLLBACK after TRUNCATE, which is a DDL operation (and DDL is
> not fully transactional).
> That said, I now have a better explanation for the problems that you
> have encountered.
> The branch bb-10.2-compatibility recently merged the branch 10.2 (which
> is close to what will be released as MariaDB Server 10.2.5). As part of
> this merge, a regression that was introduced in 10.1 was merged. That
> regression would cause a SIGSEGV during TRUNCATE TABLE (and presumably
> less likely during other DDL operations) when certain pages of the table
> are not in the InnoDB buffer pool. I pushed the fix (MDEV-12428
> <https://jira.mariadb.org/browse/MDEV-12428>) to 10.1 and merged to 10.2
> today. A merge of that to bb-10.2-compatibility should fix the issue.
Please let me know when the fix is available in 10.2.
I will propagate it to bb-10.2-compatibility asap.
> Best regards,