Changes and Improvements in MariaDB 10.11
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The most recent release of MariaDB 10.11 is:
MariaDB 10.11.2 Stable (GA) Download Now
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MariaDB 10.11 is a current development branch. See Plans for MariaDB 10.11.
New Features & Improvements
- GRANT to PUBLIC (MDEV-5215) (blog post)
- Separate SUPER and READ ONLY ADMIN privileges (MDEV-29596)
- Semi-join optimization for single-table update/delete statements (MDEV-7487)
- Allow pushdown of queries involving UNIONs in outer select to foreign engines (MDEV-25080)
- Make ANALYZE FORMAT=JSON show time spent in the query optimizer (MDEV-28926)
- Performance Issues reading the Information Schema Parameters table (MDEV-29104)
- Full table scan in the Information Schema Parameters and Information Schema Routines tables (MDEV-20609)
- System versioning setting, system_versioning_insert_history, to allow history modification (MDEV-16546)
- mariadb-dump: dump and restore historical data (MDEV-16029)
- innodb_write_io_threads and innodb_read_io_threads are now dynamic, and their values can be changed without restarting the server (MDEV-11026)
- Windows - passwordless login for mariadb root user, for OS admin users (MDEV-26715)
- Rename slow queries variables (MDEV-7567)
- log_slow_min_examined_row_limit (min_examined_row_limit)
- log_slow_query (slow_query_log)
- log_slow_query_file (slow_query_log_file). This was named log_slow_query_file_name in the MariaDB 10.11.0 preview release.
- log_slow_query_time (long_query_time)
- replicate_rewrite_db is now a system variable, no longer just an option (MDEV-15530)
- For a list of all new variables, see System Variables Added in MariaDB 10.11 and Status Variables Added in MariaDB 10.11.
List of All MariaDB 10.11 Releases
|17 Nov 2022||MariaDB 10.11.1||RC||Release Notes||Changelog|
|26 Sep 2022||MariaDB 10.11.0||Alpha||Release Notes|
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