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A bug with Percona 5.5.37 latest - no shut down after HandlerSocket installation

SargeSarge EntrantCurrent User Role Beginner
Hello !
I've me a bug after upgrade to latest Percona 5.5.37.

Before HandlerSocket installed
[[email protected]]# service mysql stop
Shutting down MySQL (Percona Server)..... SUCCESS!

But after successful installation of HandlerSocket (included to Percona 5.5) - Percona server does not shut down until I break this neverending process by Ctrl-C as below
[[email protected]]# service mysql stop
Shutting down MySQL (Percona Server)..................................................................................^C

Same situation is I use RESTART
[[email protected]]# service mysql restart
Shutting down MySQL (Percona Server)....................................................................................^C

But when I remove HandlerSocket - Percona 5.5.37 restarts and shutdowns without a problem.

Please, let me know a solution - or note this bug to be fixed with next Percona 5.5 updates.

Regards,

Comments

  • ytel2006ytel2006 Entrant Current User Role Beginner
    Confirm the existence of the problem for the same version of Percona under Debian / Ubuntu
    Besides the fact that this plugin does not work stop / restart MySQL service, it opens up hundreds of compounds, which then can not close and as a consequence does not stop. By passing this consumes many memory.
  • mirfanmirfan Database Administrator Inactive User Role Beginner
  • SargeSarge Entrant Current User Role Beginner
    No doubt - Percona engineers are very smart ! Why not create an own variant of native Percona plugin what makes the same what HandlerSocket does ?
    I mean direct NoSQL work with MySQL database...let's say standard INSERT works as usually, but something like INSERTNS command Percona understands and perform as NoSQL operation. For a simple bulk INSERT, for example.
    Guess this idea could be naive.
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