mariadb-upgrade & mysql_upgrade for MariaDB Enterprise Server
mariadb-upgrade utility examines the data directory for incompatibilities with MariaDB Enterprise Server. It performs tasks, such as:
Upgrades the system tables to support any new features.
Attempts to repair tables with incompatibilities.
Problems can sometimes occur during upgrades. When problems occur, you may need to restore the system from a backup or reload the data from its system of record. Prior to upgrading, it is recommended to perform a backup or ensure that the system of record is available.
In 10.4 and later, the
mariadb-upgrade utility can be executed as either
In 10.3 and before, only the
mysql_upgrade name is supported.
mariadb-upgrade & mysql_upgrade Options by MariaDB Enterprise Server Version
Choose a version of MariaDB Enterprise Server to see the mariadb-upgrade & mysql_upgrade options supported by that version:
Choose a version of MariaDB Community Server to see the mariadb-upgrade & mysql_upgrade options supported by that version: