MariaDB 10.6.11 Release Notes
Release date: 7 Nov 2022
Thanks, and enjoy MariaDB!
- Assertion on info.page_size failed in xb_delta_open_matching_space (MDEV-18589)
- Adaptive hash index MDEV-27700, MDEV-29384
- MVCC and locking (MDEV-29666, MDEV-27927, MDEV-28709, MDEV-29635)
- Virtual columns (MDEV-29299, MDEV-29753)
- InnoDB crash recovery fixes (MDEV-29559)
- Race condition between KILL and transaction commit (MDEV-29368)
- Implement CHECK TABLE…EXTENDED for InnoDB (MDEV-24402)
- InnoDB persistent statistics fail to update after bulk insert (MDEV-28327)
- 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)
- 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
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