Database component

WordPress database abstraction is implemented at wp-db.php.

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99 open tickets in the Database component

99 open tickets defect (bug) enhancement feature request
Awaiting Review 44 36 2
Future Release 7 7 1
5.3 0 2 0

99 open tickets. Last 7 days: +3 tickets

19 tickets that have no replies

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  • #39273  Updating to 4.7 can break serialized data because $wpdb->determine_charset now forces utf8 when DB_CHARSET is set to utf8mb4
  • #39748  Function to insert or update DB value
  • #40150  VARCHAR/TEXT inefficiencies
  • #40446  Status: "InnoDB: Error: Trying to do i/o to a tablespace which exists without .ibd data file. i/o type 10, space id 102077, page no 0, i/o length 16384 bytes"
  • #40779  function_exists() audit in wp-db.php
  • #42352  Support use of native MySQLi prepared queries
  • #42703  WP_Query: Swap parsing date into own method
  • #44292  Make use of protected process_fields
  • #44386  Problem with utf8mb4_unicode_ci collation for arabic content
  • #44586  SQL mode test results broken in MySQL 8.0.11
  • #44973  Issues with $wpdb->get_col_info
  • #45607  Table prefix makes WordPress
  • #46145  dbDelta runs same updates on every execution
  • #46146  dbDelta not parsing enum correctly
  • #46179  Make fetch_array accessible in $wpdb performance
  • #46287  Add insert_ignore() method to wpdb to avoid unecessary boilerplate code
  • #46452  dbDelta given the same PRIMARY KEY and normal KEY produces no error, reports table created successfully, but the table is not created
  • #46565  Mixed engine in tables, could bring to major WP failure! Also there is a small fix that could avoid that.
  • #46576  short-circuit filter for dbDelta

2 tickets slated for 5.3

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  • #42151  Create a filter to add information to query data saved when SAVEQUERIES is true
  • #45975  wp_check_mysql_version should use wp_die

99 open tickets

Open bugs: 51. View list on Trac

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