MariaDB 10.10.0 Release Notes

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Note: This page describes features in the source repository for MariaDB 10.10. There are currently no official packages or binaries available for download which contain the features. If you want to try out any of the new features described here you will need to get and compile the code yourself.

MariaDB 10.10 is a current development series of MariaDB. It is an evolution of MariaDB 10.9 with several entirely new features.

MariaDB 10.10.0 will not be a single release, but will instead be a number of preview releases based on feature branches. Each should be considered Alpha.

For an overview of MariaDB 10.10 see the What is MariaDB 10.10? page.

Thanks, and enjoy MariaDB!

List of packages

  1. GTID
  2. UCA14
  3. Miscellaneous

Remember, these features are in separate preview packages. The subsection header text corresponds to the preview package name.


  • Change defaults for CHANGE MASTER TO so that GTID-based replication is used by default if master supports it (MDEV-19801)
  • Deprecate MASTER_USE_GTID=Current_Pos to favor new MASTER_DEMOTE_TO_SLAVE option (MDEV-20122)


  • Add UCA-14.0.0 collations (MDEV-27009)
  • Improve contraction performance in UCA collations (MDEV-27265)
  • Improve UCA collation performance for utf8mb3 and utf8mb4 (MDEV-27266)


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