17.1.5 Known Limitations of MySQL Cluster

17.1.5.1 Noncompliance with SQL Syntax in MySQL Cluster
17.1.5.2 Limits and Differences of MySQL Cluster from Standard MySQL Limits
17.1.5.3 Limits Relating to Transaction Handling in MySQL Cluster
17.1.5.4 MySQL Cluster Error Handling
17.1.5.5 Limits Associated with Database Objects in MySQL Cluster
17.1.5.6 Unsupported or Missing Features in MySQL Cluster
17.1.5.7 Limitations Relating to Performance in MySQL Cluster
17.1.5.8 Issues Exclusive to MySQL Cluster
17.1.5.9 Limitations Relating to Multiple MySQL Cluster Nodes
17.1.5.10 Previous MySQL Cluster Issues Resolved in MySQL 5.0

In the sections that follow, we discuss known limitations of MySQL Cluster in MySQL 5.0 as compared with the features available when using the MyISAM and InnoDB storage engines. Currently, there are no plans to address these in coming releases of MySQL 5.0; however, we will attempt to supply fixes for these issues in subsequent release series. If you check the Cluster category in the MySQL bugs database at http://bugs.mysql.com, you can find known bugs in the following categories under MySQL Server: in the MySQL bugs database at http://bugs.mysql.com, which we intend to correct in upcoming releases of MySQL Cluster:

This information is intended to be complete with respect to the conditions just set forth. You can report any discrepancies that you encounter to the MySQL bugs database using the instructions given in Section 1.7, “How to Report Bugs or Problems”. If we do not plan to fix the problem in MySQL 5.0, we will add it to the list.

See Section 17.1.5.10, “Previous MySQL Cluster Issues Resolved in MySQL 5.0” for a list of issues in MySQL Cluster in MySQL 4.1 that have been resolved in the current version.