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Re: Querying a fast subquery never returns
Posted by: Rick James
Date: May 26, 2012 10:59AM

MariaDB 5.5 (released) has and MySQL 5.6.5 (not yet released) will have several significant optimization improvements. There is some overlap of what use cases they tackle well.

I have not heard that VIEWs are being improved. VIEWs are seen more as syntactic sugar, than as an important feature.

> found a related bug reported in 2007
Reference, please.

> this pervasive bug

> you can't trust MySQL being able to handle fairly simple queries.
Very true for subqueries. Usually converting to a JOIN is the solution. (Which is "simpler", a JOIN or a subquery?)

I will be happy to help you find workarounds, if you provide the requested information.

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