The most recent release in the MariaDB 5.3 series is: MariaDB 5.3.12

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Release date: 13 Nov 2012

MariaDB 5.3.10 is a Stable (GA) release. In general this means that there are no known serious bugs, except for those marked as feature requests, that no bugs were fixed since last release that caused notable code changes, and that we believe the code is ready for general usage (based on bug inflow).

For a description of MariaDB 5.3 see the What is MariaDB 5.3 page.

For a list of changes made in MariaDB 5.3.10, with links to detailed information on each push, see the MariaDB 5.3.10 Changelog.

In most respects MariaDB will work exactly as MySQL: all commands, interfaces, libraries and APIs that exist in MySQL also exist in MariaDB.

Includes MariaDB 5.2 and MySQL 5.1.66

This version of MariaDB includes the latest changes to MariaDB 5.2, and, by extension, MariaDB 5.1, including MySQL 5.1.66. See Changes in MySQL 5.1.66 for what changed between this and previous MySQL versions.

Bug fixes and other improvements

This MariaDB release includes several bug fixes and improvements. It is recommended for all users of MariaDB 5.3.

See the MariaDB 5.3.10 Changelog for a list of every change made in MariaDB 5.3.10, with links to detailed information on each push.

Alternative Linux binaries

As with the previous version of MariaDB 5.3, this version includes alternative Linux binaries built on a different build machine. Binaries created on this box require at least GLIBC_2.14. For continuity, we are still providing binaries built with the same toolchain (and on the same builder) as previous releases. The alternative binaries have a "(GLIBC_2.14)" label to distinguish them from the others.


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