So, MySQL 5.6.24 includes fixes for the following bugs from http://bugs.mysql.com. I'd start with InnoDB and memcached-related fixes:
- Bug #72080 - truncate temporary table crash: !DICT_TF2_FLAG_IS_SET(table, DICT_TF2_TEMPORARY). Reported by Doug Warner and verified by Shane Bester after a lot of testing. Note how fast it was fixed after verification!
- Bug #75755 - Fulltext search behaviour with MyISAM vs. InnoDB (wrong result with InnoDB). Reported by Elena Stepanova from MariaDB and confirmed by my former boss Miguel Solorzano, this wrong results bug was also promptly fixed.
- Bug #70055 - Expiration time ignored. This memcached-related bug was reported by Miljenko Brkic and verified by Umesh.
- Bug #74956 - Can not stop mysql with memcached plugin. This regression bug was reported by my colleague Nilnandan Joshi and verified by Umesh.
- Bug #75200 - MySQL crashed because of append operation. Reported by
by already famous bug reporter (and developer) Zhai Weixiang, it was verified by Umesh and fixed fast enough.
As you can see MySQL 5.6.24 fixed several more memcached-related bugs (reported internally), so if you use memcached it really makes sense to upgrade.
- Bug #73361 - mutex contention caused by dummy table/index creation/free. Reported by Zhai Weixiang (who also suggested a patch) and verified by my dear friend and teacher Sinisa Milivojevic.
- Bug #74841 - handle_fatal_signal (sig=11) in cmp_rec_and_tuple | sql/sql_partition.cc:7610. This was reported by Percona's recent QA super star, Ramesh Sivaraman, and verified by Miguel Solorzano.
- Bug #74860 - handle_fatal_signal (sig=11) in generate_partition_syntax. This was reported by Percona's all times QA superstar, Roel Van de Paar, and verified by Umesh.
- Bug #74869 - handle_fatal_signal (sig=11) in ha_partition::handle_opt_partitions. It was reported by Ramesh Sivaraman, and verified by Miguel Solorzano.
- Bug #74288 - Assertion `part_share->partitions_share_refs->num_parts >= m_tot_parts' failed. Reported by Roel Van de Paar and verified by Umesh.
- Several other bugs mentioned remain private and not visible to us: Bug #74451, Bug #74478, Bug #74491, Bug #74560, Bug #74746, Bug #74634. I am not sure why they are private (or why the previous ones are still public, and for how long). Let's assume they were reported as private (and/or security ones) by my colleagues.
- Bug #74607 - slave io_thread may get stuck when using GTID and low slave_net_timeouts. This bug was reported by Santosh Praneeth Banda and verified by Umesh.
- Bug #74037 - group_concat_max_len=18446744073709547520 not accepted in my.cnf. It was reported by Leandro Morgado from Oracle and verified by himself probably. I am always to happy to see Oracle engineers reporting bugs in public.
- Bug #73373 - Warning message shows old variable name. This was reported by Tsubasa Tanaka and verified by Miguel Solorzano.
- Bug #71634 - P_S digest looks wrong for system variables, shown as @ @ variable... Reported by Simon Mudd and verified by the author of PERFORMANCE_SCHEMA, Marc Alff.
- Bug #69744 - ssl.cmake silently chooses bundled yassl instead of erroring for old openssl ver. Good old build problem reported and verified by Shane Bester.
- Bug #69423 - Double close() on the same file descriptor inside mysql_real_connect(). Reported by Yao Deng and verified by Igor Solodovnikov.
- Bug #60782 - Audit plugin API: no MYSQL_AUDIT_GENERAL_LOG notifications with general log off. This one was reported by Olle Nilsson and verified (as a feature request) by ...yours truly almost 4 years ago.
- Bug #74917 - Failed restarts contain no version details. Reported by my Oracle colleague Shawn Green and probably verified by him as well. Now server version is mentioned in the new error log file with the first message.
- Bug #72997 - "fast" ALTER TABLE CHANGE on enum column triggers full table rebuild. Reported by famous Oracle customer Simon Mudd and verified by even more famous Shane Bester. The (temporary?) fix introduced two new variables, avoid_temporal_upgrade to control conversion to new "temporal" columns format (and rebuilding the table for any ALTER as a result), and show_old_temporals to control adding comments about old format of "temporal" column in SHOW CREATE TABLE output and corresponding INFORMATION_SCHEMA.COLUMNS.COLUMN value. Both variables are immediately declared as deprecated, so they may disappear in 5.7 (or 5.8? I am a bit lost with recent deprecation practices of Oracle).