MariaDB 10.2.17 Release Notes
Release date: 14 Aug 2018
MariaDB 10.2 is the previous stable series of MariaDB. It is an evolution of MariaDB 10.1 with several entirely new features not found anywhere else and with backported and reimplemented features from MySQL 5.6 and 5.7.
Upgrading from earlier 10.2.x versions is highly recommended for all Galera users due to bug MDEV-12837 which caused serious stability issues with earlier versions. See the bug issue page for more information.
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- New variable innodb_log_optimize_ddl for avoiding delay due to page flushing and allowing concurrent backup
- New variable, core_file for specifying whether to write a core file on crash.
- InnoDB updated to 5.7.23
- ALTER TABLE fixes:
- MDEV-14637 - Fix hang due to DDL with FOREIGN KEY or persistent statistics
- MDEV-15953 - Alter InnoDB Partitioned Table Moves Files (which were originally not in the datadir) to the datadir
- MDEV-16515 - InnoDB: Failing assertion: ++retries < 10000 in file dict0dict.cc line 2737
- MDEV-16809 - Allow full redo logging for ALTER TABLE
- Temporary tables: MDEV-16713 - InnoDB hang with repeating log entry
- MDEV-16596 - Windows - redo log does not work on native 4K sector disks
- indexed virtual columns: MDEV-15855 - Deadlock between purge thread and DDL statement
- locking: MDEV-16664 - Change the default to innodb_lock_schedule_algorithm=fcfs
- Galera: MDEV-15822 - WSREP: BF lock wait long for trx
- Packages and a repository for openSUSE 15 have been added with this release, visit the Repository Configuration Tool for instructions on adding the repository
- Fixes for the following security vulnerabilities:
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