"Widenius went on to write in his blog, Monty Says, "If
you are using MySQL 5.1 just as a 'better' version of MySQL 5.0 and
you don't plan to use any of the new features in MySQL 5.1 then you
are probably fine to try out MySQL 5.1. You should however not put
it into production without testing it fully, preferably by running
it on a couple of slaves for some weeks. It may even be the best to
wait for a couple of minor/patch releases before putting the MySQL
5.1 server into production."
"But, Widenius goes on, "Don't expect that all critical bugs
that you may have encountered in 5.0 to be fixed in 5.1. Even if we
have fixed a big majority of the bugs from 5.0 some really critical
ones still haven't been addressed." That's not exactly
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