MariaDB 10.6.14 Release Notes
Release date: 7 Jun 2023
Warning: This version can cause InnoDB file corruption under high I/O-bound load. Stick to an earlier release, or upgrade to a more recent release, if possible. See MDEV-31767.
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- Server crashes in st_join_table::choose_best_splitting (MDEV-31403)
- Crash with condition pushable into derived and containing outer reference (MDEV-31240)
- InnoDB does not free UNDO after the fix of MDEV-30671 (MDEV-31234)
- InnoDB hang fixes (MDEV-31158, MDEV-31343, MDEV-31350)
- Innodb_buffer_pool_read_requests is not updated correctly (MDEV-31309)
- InnoDB monitor trx_rseg_history_len was accidentally disabled by default (MDEV-31308)
- Revert "MDEV-30473 : Do not allow GET_LOCK() / RELEASE_LOCK() in cluster"
- Crash with condition pushable into derived and containing outer reference (MDEV-31403 MDEV-31240)
- Crash with EXPLAIN EXTENDED for multi-table update of system table (MDEV-31224)
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