MariaDB 10.4.28 Release Notes

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Release date: 6 Feb 2023

MariaDB 10.4 is a previous stable series of MariaDB, maintained until June 2024. It is an evolution of MariaDB 10.3 with several entirely new features not found anywhere else and with backported and reimplemented features from MySQL.

MariaDB 10.4.28 is a Stable (GA) release.

For an overview of MariaDB 10.4 see the What is MariaDB 10.4? page.

Thanks, and enjoy MariaDB!

Notable Items

  • As mentioned in the 10.4.27 release notes, our Yum/DNF/Zypper repositories for Red Hat Enterprise Linux, CentOS, openSUSE, and SUSE are changing with this release to being signed with a new GPG key with SHA2 digest algorithms instead of SHA1. See this blog post and the GPG page for more details.



  • Fixes for cluster wide write conflict resolving (MDEV-29684)


  • Parallel slave applying in binlog order is corrected for admin class of commands including ANALYZE (MDEV-30323)
  • Seconds_Behind_Master is now shown now more precisely at the slave applier start, including in the delayed mode (MDEV-29639)
  • mysqlbinlog --verbose is made to show the type of compressed columns (MDEV-25277)



  • Infinite sequence of recursive calls when processing embedded CTE (MDEV-30248)
  • Crash with a query containing nested WINDOW clauses (MDEV-30052)
  • Major performance regression with 10.6.11 (MDEV-29988)


For a complete list of changes made in MariaDB 10.4.28, with links to detailed information on each push, see the changelog.


For a full list of contributors to MariaDB 10.4.28, see the MariaDB Foundation release announcement.

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