MariaDB database server which is probably the most popular open source database server has recently been updated to version 10.3.10… This brief tutorial shows students and new users how to always get MariaDB latest versions when they’re released on Ubuntu 16.04 / 18.04 and 18.10….
For those who don’t know, here’s an overview of MariaDB:
MariaDB Database is an open source database server that is a fork of MySQL and a drop-in replacement… It’s rapidly becoming the default open source database server on Linux systems… replacing MySQL Database Server owned by Oracle…
This release brings some changes including, the removal of unused functions, a fix the resolve a momory leak when updating @@rocksdb_update_cf_options, a fix for galera_sst_rsync_dir and a fix that automatically remove #sql- tables in InnoDB dictionary during recovery…
If you want to always upgrade to the latest major versions of MariaDB 10.3 – (a major release version), the steps below should be a great place to start….
Below are some of the changes released with this version:
Fixed that -DDBUG_ASSERT_AS_PRINTF works again
Update AUTO_INCREMENT in the UPDATE statement
Sequences with negative numbers and auto_increment_increment crashes
Fixed wrong result file that happend because of a previous merge
Fixed func_time.test that was depending on current time
Allow instant change of WITH SYSTEM VERSIONING column attribute
RENAME TABLE in InnoDB is not crash-safe
galera mtr galera_certification_double_failure fails with deadlock
ALTER TABLE…page_compression_level should not rebuild table