MariaDB 10.5.18 Release Notes
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Release date: 7 Nov 2022
MariaDB 10.5 is a previous stable series of MariaDB, maintained until June 2025. It is an evolution of MariaDB 10.4 with several entirely new features not found anywhere else and with backported and reimplemented features from MySQL.
MariaDB 10.5.18 is a Stable (GA) release.
For an overview of MariaDB 10.5 see the What is MariaDB 10.5? page.
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- The server no longer tolerates incorrectly configured SSL (MDEV-29811). If you have enabled SSL in
my.cnfbut have not configured it properly (for example, a certificate file is missing), MariaDB used to silently disable SSL, leaving you under impression that everything was fine and connections were secure. Since this release, MariaDB will fail to start if SSL is enabled, but cannot be switched on.
- mariabackup --compress hangs (MDEV-29043)
- Assertion on info.page_size failed in xb_delta_open_matching_space (MDEV-18589)
- InnoDB unnecessarily extends data files (MDEV-13013)
- Adaptive hash index MDEV-27700, MDEV-29384
- MVCC and locking MDEV-29666, MDEV-27927
- Virtual columns MDEV-29299, MDEV-29753
- InnoDB crash recovery fixes (MDEV-29438, MDEV-29475)
- InnoDB crash recovery fixes (MDEV-29559)
- MVCC and locking (MDEV-28709)
- Race condition between KILL and transaction commit (MDEV-29368)
- Galera updated to 26.4.13
- Galera server crashes after 10.3 > 10.4 upgrade (MDEV-29375)
- wsrep_incoming_addresses status variable prints 0 as port number if the port is not mentioned in wsrep_node_incoming_address system variable (MDEV-28868)
- JSON_VALUE() does not parse NULL properties properly (MDEV-27151)
- minor correction in unsafe warning message (MDEV-28827)
- False replication error-stop of REVOKE PRIVILEGES from a non-existing user on primary (MDEV-28530) in combination with a filtering replica is corrected
- SET DEFAULT ROLE replication is mended on a replica that filters system tables (MDEV-28294)
- XA COMMIT is not binlogged when the XA transaction has not updated any transaction engine (MDEV-25616)
- Concurrent CREATE TRIGGER statements made to binlog without any mixup (MDEV-25606)
- Beginning with the next release (Q1 2023), our Yum, DNF, and Zypper repositories for Red Hat, Fedora, and SUSE will be migrated to being signed with a new GPG key. The key we are migrating to is the same one we already use for our Debian and Ubuntu Repositories.
- The short Key ID is:
- The long Key ID is:
- The full fingerprint of the key is:
177F 4010 FE56 CA33 3630 0305 F165 6F24 C74C D1D8
- The key can be imported now in preparation for this change using the following command:
- The short Key ID is:
sudo rpm --import https://supplychain.mariadb.com/MariaDB-Server-GPG-KEY
Docker Official Image
The following changes have been made to the
docker.io/library/mariadb container image.
- The number of gpg packages packages has been removed, leaving enough to
apt-get update, but
dirmngrthat would fetch keys has been removed. (inspired by issue #469)
- The environment variable
LANG=C.UTF-8has been added for those that exec into containers and copy paste UTF8 characters (fixes issue #468).
- Adds OCI labels to image (fixes issue 436 and users need for version)
- MariaDB config: skip-host-cache and skip-name-resolve moved to
For a complete list of changes made in MariaDB 10.5.18, with links to detailed information on each push, see the changelog.
For a full list of contributors to MariaDB 10.5.18, see the MariaDB Foundation release announcement.
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