MariaDB 10.3.11 💾

MariaDB is a database server that offers drop-in replacement functionality for MySQL. It is built by some of the original authors of MySQL, with assistance from the broader community. In addition to the core functionality of MySQL, it offers a rich set of feature enhancements including alternate storage engines, server optimizations, and patches.

minor feature: mysqldump now uses. utf8mb4 as a default character set, instead of. utf8. sql_safe_updates can now be set as a command-line and. my.cnf option. crash on upgrade from MariaDB 10.1 or earlier: MDEV-12023. MDEV-17073 - INSERT ON DUPLICATE KEY UPDATE is now less deadlock-prone. MDEV-17289 - Multi-pass recovery fails to apply some redo log records. MDEV-17541 - KILL QUERY during lock wait in FOREIGN KEY check no longer causes hang. MDEV-17531 - crash in RENAME TABLE with FOREIGN KEY and FULLTEXT INDEX. Spatial index : MDEV-17545, MDEV-17546. Virtual column : MDEV-17215, MDEV-17548. Mariabackup : MDEV-13564 - TRUNCATE TABLE now works with Mariabackup. MDEV-17433 - Allow InnoDB start up with empty ib_logfile0 from mariabackup --prepare. Packages for Fedora 29 and Ubuntu 18.10 Cosmic have been added in this release. As per the MariaDB Deprecation Policy, this will be. The last release of MariaDB 10.3 for Fedora 27 for the following security vulnerabilities : CVE-2018-3282. CVE-2016-9843. CVE-2018-3174. CVE-2018-3143. CVE-2018-3156. CVE-2018-3251. CVE-2018-3185. CVE-2018-3277. CVE-2018-3162. CVE-2018-3173. CVE-2018-3200. CVE-2018-3284. MDEV-13564 - TRUNCATE TABLE now works with Mariabackup. MDEV-17433 - Allow InnoDB start up with empty ib_logfile0 from mariabackup --prepare. CVE-2018-3282. CVE-2016-9843. CVE-2018-3174. CVE-2018-3143. CVE-2018-3156. CVE-2018-3251. CVE-2018-3185. CVE-2018-3277. CVE-2018-3162. CVE-2018-3173. CVE-2018-3200. CVE-2018-3284. Release Notes - MariaDB 10.3 Series . MariaDB 10.3.10 Release Notes .

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