Bug #76802 InnoDB Memcached Plugin unsigned int(10) stores wrong values
Submitted: 23 Apr 2015 3:57 Modified: 18 Jan 13:51
Reporter: Alexander Panyutin Email Updates:
Status: No Feedback Impact on me:
Category:MySQL Server: Memcached Severity:S2 (Serious)
Version:5.6.43 OS:Linux (CentOS release 6.5 (Final), x64)
Assigned to: CPU Architecture:Any
Tags: InnoDB Memcached Plugin

[23 Apr 2015 3:57] Alexander Panyutin
I've used InnoDB Memcached Plugin for version 5.6.

When I've describe in innodb_memcache.containers table fields described as UNSIGNED INT(10) DEFAULT 0 - it stores wrong integer value in memcached ( but key values used right values - I have next columns - `id`, `amount`, `locked` - all of them - UNSIGNED INT(10) DEFAULT 0, `id` is a primary auto_increment )

When I change column definition to INT(10) DEFAULT 0 ( I've mean signed ) - right integer values stored.

How to repeat:
see description.
[5 May 2015 4:16] Alexander Panyutin
ENUM also stores wrong values, for example:
in table:
`status` ENUM('canceled','finished','started') NOT NULL DEFAULT 'started',
in `containers` of `innodb_memcache`
in fact from memcached:
where 250 is correct, but -107 means 'finished'
[18 Dec 2018 13:51] Sinisa Milivojevic

Thank you for your report.

We are not capable of repeating your test case as is. We would require the entire test case which should include:

* The setup of the MemCached Plugin
* Definitions of the tables
* The exact INSERT command
* The command that retrieves values from this Plugin

Thanks in advance.
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