MariaDB 10.4.29 Release Notes
Release date: 10 May 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.
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- Crash on ROLLBACK in a ROW_FORMAT=COMPRESSED table (MDEV-30882)
- UNIQUE USING HASH accepts duplicate entries for tricky collations (MDEV-30034)
- rec_get_offsets() is not optimal (MDEV-30567)
- mariadb-backup doesn't utilise innodb-undo-log-directory (if specified as a relative path) during copy-back operation (MDEV-28187)
- mariabackup issues error messages during InnoDB tablespaces export on partial backup preparing (MDEV-29050)
- mariadb-backup does not copy Aria logs if aria_log_dir_path is used (MDEV-30968)
- Fixed a deadlock on parallel slave involving full image Write event on the sequence engine (MDEV-29621)
- Fixed an attempted out-of-order binlogging error on slave involving ALTER on the sequence engine (MDEV-31077)
- Corrected non-versioned master to versioned slave replication on no-unique attribute table (MDEV-30430)
- Mended encrypted binlog master to error out to gtid-mode slave when master could not decrypt a binlog file (MDEV-28798)
- Refined optimistic parallel slave to error-exit without any hang (MDEV-30780)
- Split Materialized optimization is improved to re-fill the materialized table only if necessary. The fewer number of table refills is taken into account when choosing query plan, too (MDEV-26301).
- Queries using
SELECT DISTINCT some_expression(aggregate_function())could produce wrong query result. (MDEV-20057)
- EXPLAIN could erroneously report that Rowid Filter optimization is used for partitioned tables. Partitioned tables do not support it. (MDEV-30596)
- A bug in selectivity computations for SINGLE/DOUBLE_PREC_HB histograms could cause wrong estimates to be produced. This could cause the optimizer to pick sub-optimal query plans (MDEV-31067).
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- Add replication setup to containers contributed by Md Sahil (MDEV-29762)
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