Release Notes for MariaDB Enterprise Server 10.2.33-8

Overview

This eighth release of MariaDB Enterprise Server 10.2 is a maintenance release, including a variety of fixes.

MariaDB Enterprise Server 10.2.33-8 was released on 2020-09-08.

CVE (with cve.mitre.org link)

CVSS base score

CVE-2021-2022

4.4

Notable Changes

Issues Fixed

Can result in data loss

  • InnoDB doublewrite recovery can corrupt data pages. (MDEV-11799)

  • InnoDB table can disappear when trying to change primary key after disabling Foreign Key checks and violating a Foreign Key constraint. (MENT-804)

  • InnoDB corruption in delete buffering. (MDEV-22497)

Can result in hang or crash

Can result in unexpected behavior

  • Service shutdown fails if OS datetime has been updated backwards. (MDEV-17481)

  • ALTER TABLE .. ANALYZE PARTITION can run for hours for huge tables if engine-independent persistent statistics are enabled, due to reading and locking of all rows in the InnoDB table instead of for the partition. (MDEV-21472)

  • UPDATE can fail with privilege error when UPDATE privilege exists at database level but SELECT privilege exists at table level. (MDEV-23010)

  • Latency and throughput regression identified in write-heavy benchmarks for latest releases in MariaDB Server 10.2, 10.3, and 10.4. (MENT-909)

  • START SLAVE UNTIL .. file .. pos stops at an earlier position earlier than defined if the transaction that spans over the given stop position has to roll back due to conflicts. (MDEV-15152)

  • mariabackup --prepare does not stop on errors while applying InnoDB redo log. (MDEV-22354)

Install and Upgrade

Interface Changes

Platforms

In alignment to the enterprise lifecycle, MariaDB Enterprise Server 10.2.33-8 is provided for:

  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8

  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7

  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6

  • CentOS 8

  • CentOS 7

  • CentOS 6

  • Ubuntu 18.04

  • Ubuntu 16.04

  • Debian 10

  • Debian 9

  • Debian 8

  • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 15

  • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12

  • Microsoft Windows

Note

CentOS 6, Debian 8, and Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 are no longer supported as per the MariaDB Engineering Policy. Older releases are available from the MariaDB Downloads page. Instructions for installation are included as a README file within the download.