MariaDB 10.1.38 Release Notes
Release date: 6 Feb 2019
MariaDB 10.1 is a previous stable series of MariaDB. It is an evolution of MariaDB 10.0 with several entirely new features not found anywhere else and with backported and reimplemented features from MySQL 5.6 and 5.7.
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- MDEV-17475: Maximum value of table_definition_cache is now
- MDEV-13671: InnoDB should use case-insensitive column name comparisons like the rest of the server
- ALTER TABLE fixes: MDEV-17230, MDEV-16499, MDEV-17904, MDEV-17833, MDEV-17470, MDEV-18237, MDEV-18016
- Improvements to InnoDB page checksum, recovery, and Mariabackup: MDEV-17957, MDEV-12112, MDEV-18025, MDEV-18279, MDEV-18183
- MDEV-15740: Galera durability fix
- New configuration variable
wsrep_certification_rules, used for controlling whether to use new/optimized (
--wsrep_certification_rules=optimized) certification rules or the old/classic ones (
--wsrep_certification_rules=strict). Setting the variable to
strictcan cause more certification failures.
- Debian has stopped supporting the ppc64el architecture for Debian 8 Jessie and so this is the last release of MariaDB 10.1 on Jessie for that architecture
- Fixes for the following security vulnerabilities:
A file format compatibility bug that was introduced in MariaDB 10.1.0 was fixed in MariaDB 10.1.21.
Using page_compression or non-default innodb_page_size created files that were incompatible with MariaDB 10.0 or MySQL 5.6. MariaDB 10.1.21 and higher will convert affected files from earlier MariaDB 10.1 releases to a compatible format.
This prevents a downgrade to earlier MariaDB 10.1 versions.
See the commit for details.
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