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Marko Mäkelä
Remove buf_pool.zip_hash
Sergei Golubchik
Revert "self-signed certificate verification", it's 3.4 feature

This reverts 395641549ac7..536d9e2b9e5b, in particular:

8dffd56936df MDEV-31857 enable MYSQL_OPT_SSL_VERIFY_SERVER_CERT by default
a99570c118a7 MDEV-31855 SSL cert validation protocol extension
9aa15e72a71e TLS fingerprint

and related commits
Georg Richter
Bump version to 3.1.23
Alexander Barkov
MDEV-31340 Remove MY_COLLATION_HANDLER::strcasecmp()

This patch also fixes:
  MDEV-33050 Build-in schemas like oracle_schema are accent insensitive
  MDEV-33084 LASTVAL(t1) and LASTVAL(T1) do not work well with lower-case-table-names=0
  MDEV-33085 Tables T1 and t1 do not work well with ENGINE=CSV and lower-case-table-names=0
  MDEV-33086 SHOW OPEN TABLES IN DB1 -- is case insensitive with lower-case-table-names=0
  MDEV-33088 Cannot create triggers in the database `MYSQL`
  MDEV-33103 LOCK TABLE t1 AS t2 -- alias is not case sensitive with lower-case-table-names=0
  MDEV-33109 DROP DATABASE MYSQL -- does not drop SP with lower-case-table-names=0
  MDEV-33110 HANDLER commands are case insensitive with lower-case-table-names=0
  MDEV-33119 User is case insensitive in INFORMATION_SCHEMA.VIEWS
  MDEV-33120 System log table names are case insensitive with lower-cast-table-names=0

- Removing the virtual function strnncoll() from MY_COLLATION_HANDLER

- Adding a wrapper function CHARSET_INFO::streq(), to compare
  two strings for equality. For now it calls strnncoll() internally.
  In the future it will turn into a virtual function.

- Adding new accent sensitive case insensitive collations:
    - utf8mb4_general1400_as_ci
    - utf8mb3_general1400_as_ci
  They implement accent sensitive case insensitive comparison.
  The weight of a character is equal to the code point of its
  upper case variant. These collations use Unicode-14.0.0 casefolding data.

  The result of
    my_charset_utf8mb3_general1400_as_ci.strcoll()
  is very close to the former
    my_charset_utf8mb3_general_ci.strcasecmp()

  There is only a difference in a couple dozen rare characters, because:
    - the switch from "tolower" to "toupper" comparison, to make
      utf8mb3_general1400_as_ci closer to utf8mb3_general_ci
    - the switch from Unicode-3.0.0 to Unicode-14.0.0
  This difference should be tolarable. See the list of affected
  characters in the MDEV description.

  Note, utf8mb4_general1400_as_ci correctly handles non-BMP characters!
  Unlike utf8mb4_general_ci, it does not treat all BMP characters
  as equal.

- Adding classes representing names of the file based database objects:

    Lex_ident_db
    Lex_ident_table
    Lex_ident_trigger

  Their comparison collation depends on the underlying
  file system case sensitivity and on --lower-case-table-names
  and can be either my_charset_bin or my_charset_utf8mb3_general1400_as_ci.

- Adding classes representing names of other database objects,
  whose names have case insensitive comparison style,
  using my_charset_utf8mb3_general1400_as_ci:

  Lex_ident_column
  Lex_ident_sys_var
  Lex_ident_user_var
  Lex_ident_sp_var
  Lex_ident_ps
  Lex_ident_i_s_table
  Lex_ident_window
  Lex_ident_func
  Lex_ident_partition
  Lex_ident_with_element
  Lex_ident_rpl_filter
  Lex_ident_master_info
  Lex_ident_host
  Lex_ident_locale
  Lex_ident_plugin
  Lex_ident_engine
  Lex_ident_server
  Lex_ident_savepoint
  Lex_ident_charset
  engine_option_value::Name

- All the mentioned Lex_ident_xxx classes implement a method streq():

  if (ident1.streq(ident2))
    do_equal();

  This method works as a wrapper for CHARSET_INFO::streq().

- Changing a lot of "LEX_CSTRING name" to "Lex_ident_xxx name"
  in class members and in function/method parameters.

- Replacing all calls like
    system_charset_info->coll->strcasecmp(ident1, ident2)
  to
    ident1.streq(ident2)

- Taking advantage of the c++11 user defined literal operator
  for LEX_CSTRING (see m_strings.h) and Lex_ident_xxx (see lex_ident.h)
  data types. Use example:

  const Lex_ident_column primary_key_name= "PRIMARY"_Lex_ident_column;

  is now a shorter version of:

  const Lex_ident_column primary_key_name=
    Lex_ident_column({STRING_WITH_LEN("PRIMARY")});
Monty
Disable mariabackup.aria_backup with msan because of timeouts
Georg Richter
Fix for CONC-505:

Don't allow to specify unsupported client flags (like
CLIENT_DEPRECATE_EOF) as client flag in mysql_real_connect
api function.
Alexander Barkov
MDEV-31340 Remove MY_COLLATION_HANDLER::strcasecmp()

This patch also fixes:
  MDEV-33050 Build-in schemas like oracle_schema are accent insensitive
  MDEV-33084 LASTVAL(t1) and LASTVAL(T1) do not work well with lower-case-table-names=0
  MDEV-33085 Tables T1 and t1 do not work well with ENGINE=CSV and lower-case-table-names=0
  MDEV-33086 SHOW OPEN TABLES IN DB1 -- is case insensitive with lower-case-table-names=0
  MDEV-33088 Cannot create triggers in the database `MYSQL`
  MDEV-33103 LOCK TABLE t1 AS t2 -- alias is not case sensitive with lower-case-table-names=0
  MDEV-33109 DROP DATABASE MYSQL -- does not drop SP with lower-case-table-names=0
  MDEV-33110 HANDLER commands are case insensitive with lower-case-table-names=0
  MDEV-33119 User is case insensitive in INFORMATION_SCHEMA.VIEWS
  MDEV-33120 System log table names are case insensitive with lower-cast-table-names=0

- Removing the virtual function strnncoll() from MY_COLLATION_HANDLER

- Adding a wrapper function CHARSET_INFO::streq(), to compare
  two strings for equality. For now it calls strnncoll() internally.
  In the future it will turn into a virtual function.

- Adding new accent sensitive case insensitive collations:
    - utf8mb4_general1400_as_ci
    - utf8mb3_general1400_as_ci
  They implement accent sensitive case insensitive comparison.
  The weight of a character is equal to the code point of its
  upper case variant. These collations use Unicode-14.0.0 casefolding data.

  The result of
    my_charset_utf8mb3_general1400_as_ci.strcoll()
  is very close to the former
    my_charset_utf8mb3_general_ci.strcasecmp()

  There is only a difference in a couple dozen rare characters, because:
    - the switch from "tolower" to "toupper" comparison, to make
      utf8mb3_general1400_as_ci closer to utf8mb3_general_ci
    - the switch from Unicode-3.0.0 to Unicode-14.0.0
  This difference should be tolarable. See the list of affected
  characters in the MDEV description.

  Note, utf8mb4_general1400_as_ci correctly handles non-BMP characters!
  Unlike utf8mb4_general_ci, it does not treat all BMP characters
  as equal.

- Adding classes representing names of the file based database objects:

    Lex_ident_db
    Lex_ident_table
    Lex_ident_trigger

  Their comparison collation depends on the underlying
  file system case sensitivity and on --lower-case-table-names
  and can be either my_charset_bin or my_charset_utf8mb3_general1400_as_ci.

- Adding classes representing names of other database objects,
  whose names have case insensitive comparison style,
  using my_charset_utf8mb3_general1400_as_ci:

  Lex_ident_column
  Lex_ident_sys_var
  Lex_ident_user_var
  Lex_ident_sp_var
  Lex_ident_ps
  Lex_ident_i_s_table
  Lex_ident_window
  Lex_ident_func
  Lex_ident_partition
  Lex_ident_with_element
  Lex_ident_rpl_filter
  Lex_ident_master_info
  Lex_ident_host
  Lex_ident_locale
  Lex_ident_plugin
  Lex_ident_engine
  Lex_ident_server
  Lex_ident_savepoint
  Lex_ident_charset
  engine_option_value::Name

- All the mentioned Lex_ident_xxx classes implement a method streq():

  if (ident1.streq(ident2))
    do_equal();

  This method works as a wrapper for CHARSET_INFO::streq().

- Changing a lot of "LEX_CSTRING name" to "Lex_ident_xxx name"
  in class members and in function/method parameters.

- Replacing all calls like
    system_charset_info->coll->strcasecmp(ident1, ident2)
  to
    ident1.streq(ident2)

- Taking advantage of the c++11 user defined literal operator
  for LEX_CSTRING (see m_strings.h) and Lex_ident_xxx (see lex_ident.h)
  data types. Use example:

  const Lex_ident_column primary_key_name= "PRIMARY"_Lex_ident_column;

  is now a shorter version of:

  const Lex_ident_column primary_key_name=
    Lex_ident_column({STRING_WITH_LEN("PRIMARY")});
Alexander Barkov
MDEV-33496 Out of range error in AVG(YEAR(datetime)) due to a wrong data type

Functions extracting non-negative datetime components:

- YEAR(dt),        EXTRACT(YEAR FROM dt)
- QUARTER(td),    EXTRACT(QUARTER FROM dt)
- MONTH(dt),      EXTRACT(MONTH FROM dt)
- WEEK(dt),        EXTRACT(WEEK FROM dt)
- HOUR(dt),
- MINUTE(dt),
- SECOND(dt),
- MICROSECOND(dt),
- DAYOFYEAR(dt)
- EXTRACT(YEAR_MONTH FROM dt)

did not set their max_length properly, so in the DECIMAL
context they created a too small DECIMAL column, which
led to the 'Out of range value' error.

The problem is that most of these functions historically
returned the signed INT data type.

There were two simple ways to fix these functions:
1. Add +1 to max_length.
  But this would also change their size in the string context
  and create too long VARCHAR columns, with +1 excessive size.

2. Preserve max_length, but change the data type from INT to INT UNSIGNED.
  But this would break backward compatibility.
  Also, using UNSIGNED is generally not desirable,
  it's better to stay with signed when possible.

This fix implements another solution, which it makes all these functions
work well in all contexts: int, decimal, string.

Fix details:

- Adding a new special class Type_handler_long_ge0 - the data type
  handler for expressions which:
  * should look like normal signed INT
  * but which known not to return negative values
  Expressions handled by Type_handler_long_ge0 store in Item::max_length
  only the number of digits, without adding +1 for the sign.

- Fixing Item_extract to use Type_handler_long_ge0
  for non-negative datetime components:
  YEAR, YEAR_MONTH, QUARTER, MONTH, WEEK

- Adding a new abstract class Item_long_ge0_func, for functions
  returning non-negative datetime components.
  Item_long_ge0_func uses Type_handler_long_ge0 as the type handler.
  The class hierarchy now looks as follows:

Item_long_ge0_func
  Item_long_func_date_field
    Item_func_to_days
    Item_func_dayofmonth
    Item_func_dayofyear
    Item_func_quarter
    Item_func_year
  Item_long_func_time_field
    Item_func_hour
    Item_func_minute
    Item_func_second
    Item_func_microsecond

- Cleanup: EXTRACT(QUARTER FROM dt) created an excessive VARCHAR column
  in string context. Changing its length from 2 to 1.
Thirunarayanan Balathandayuthapani
MDEV-33542  Inplace algorithm occupies more disk space
compared to copy algorithm

Problem:
=======
- In case of large file size, InnoDB eagerly adds the new extent
even though there are many existing unused pages of the segment.
Reason is that in case of larger file size, threshold
(1/8 of reserved pages) for adding new extent has been
reached frequently.

Solution:
=========
- Try to utilise the unused pages in the segment before adding
the new extent in the file segment.

need_for_new_extent(): In case of larger file size, try to use
the 4 * FSP_EXTENT_SIZE as threshold to allocate the new extent.

fseg_alloc_free_page_low(): Rewrote the function to allocate
the page in the following order.
1) Try to get the page from existing segment extent.
2) Check whether the segment needs new extent
(need_for_new_extent()) and allocate the new extent,
find the page.
3) Take individual page from the unused page from
segment or tablespace.
4) Allocate a new extent and take first page from it.

Removed FSEG_FILLFACTOR, FSEG_FRAG_LIMIT variable.
Monty
squash! 856289321227b6aa17537eeb53b50dd3a100c48d

- REPAIR for storage engines that does not have native repair, like InnoDB,
  is now using ALTER TABLE FORCE.
- REPAIR csv-table USE_FRM now works.
  CSV tables had extension list in wrong order.
- handler::check_old_types() is now included in ha_check_for_upgrade()
  and does need to be called separately.
- Fixed typo in error message.
Georg Richter
Merge branch '3.3' of https://github.com/mariadb-corporation/mariadb-connector-c into 3.3
Igor Babaev
MDEV-31277 Wrong result on 2-nd execution of PS to select from view using derived

As a result of this bug the second execution of the prepared statement
created for select from materialized view could return a wrong result set if
- the specification of the view used a left join
- an inner table the left join was a mergeable derived table
- the derived table contained a constant column.

The problem appeared because the flag 'maybe-null' of the wrapper
Item_direct_view_ref constructed for the constant field of the mergeable
derived table was not set to 'true' on the second execution of the
prepared statement.

The patch always sets this flag properly when calling the function
Item_direct_view_ref::set_null_ref-table(). The latter is invoked in
Item_direct_view_ref constructor if it is created for some reference of
a constant column belonging to a mergeable derived table.

Approved by Oleksandr Byelkin <[email protected]>
Brandon Nesterenko
MDEV-33500: rpl.rpl_parallel_sbm can fail on slow machines, e.g. MSAN/Valgrind builders

In an addition to test rpl.rpl_parallel_sbm added by MDEV-32265, the
test uses sleep statements alone to test Seconds_Behind_Master with
delayed replication. On slow running machines, the test can pass the
intended MASTER_DELAY duration and Seconds_Behind_Master can become
0, when the test expects the transaction to still be actively in a
delaying state.

This can be consistently reproduced by adding a sleep statement
before the call to

--let = query_get_value(SHOW SLAVE STATUS, Seconds_Behind_Master, 1)

to sleep past the delay end point.

This patch fixes this by locking the table which the delayed
transaction targets so Second_Behind_Master cannot be updated before
the test reads it for validation.
Sergei Golubchik
MDEV-30366 Permit bulk implementation to return ALL individual results

COM_STMT_BULK_STMT new flag to server to returns all unitary results
Georg Richter
Follow up for CONC-505

Don't remove CLIENT_MYSQL from supported flags, otherwise MySQL
tests will fail.
mariadb-DebarunBanerjee