MariaDB 10.0.22 Release Notes
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Release date: 29 Oct 2015
MariaDB 10.0 is a previous stable series of MariaDB. It is an evolution of MariaDB 5.5 with several entirely new features not found anywhere else and with backported and reimplemented features from MySQL 5.6.
MariaDB 10.0.22 is a Stable (GA) release.
For an overview of MariaDB 10.0 see the What is MariaDB 10.0? page.
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- XtraDB updated to XtraDB-5.6.26-74.0
- Innodb updated to InnoDB-5.6.27
- Performance Schema updated to 5.6.27
- Slave started with --binlog-format=STATEMENT can replicate from master with any type of --binlog-format.
- Replication from MySQL 5.6 with GTID, binlog_rows_query_log_events and ignorable events now works. In this case MariaDB will remove the MySQL GTIDs and other unneeded events and instead adds its own GTIDs.
- The mysql.event table is upgraded live; no need to restart the server to use events if the event table has changed (MariaDB 10.0.22 and MariaDB 10.1.9).
- Setting the event_scheduler system variable will also try to reload the mysql.event table if it was not properly loaded at startup.
- Slaves now apply any events they get from the master, regardless of the binary log format. The binlog_format system variable only applies to normal (not replicated) updates.
- Fixes for the following security vulnerabilities:
As per the MariaDB Deprecation Policy, this will be the last release of MariaDB 10.0 for Ubuntu 14.10 "Utopic" and Fedora 20.
For a complete list of changes made in MariaDB 10.0.22, with links to detailed information on each push, see the changelog.
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