MariaDB 10.2.18 Release Notes
Release date: 25 Sep 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 earlier than 10.2.17 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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- MDEV-15511 - if available, stunnel can be used during Galera rsync SST
- MDEV-15088 - Remove debuginfo files from Windows .zip files and put in optional supplemental .zip file
- MDEV-16791 - mariabackup: Support DDL commands during backup
- MDEV-13564 - Refuse MLOG_TRUNCATE in mariabackup
- MDEV-16934 - add new system variable eq_range_index_dive_limit to speed up queries that new long nested
INlists. The default value, for backward compatibility, is 0 meaning "unlimited"./25.
- The Galera library in the repositories has been updated to version 25.3.24.
- MDEV-13333 - errors on InnoDB lock conflict
- Report all InnoDB redo log corruption
- MDEV-17043 - Purge of indexed virtual columns may cause hang on table-rebuilding DDL
- MDEV-16868 - corruption of InnoDB temporary tables
- MDEV-16465 - Invalid (old?) table or database name or hang in ha_innobase::delete_table and log semaphore wait upon concurrent DDL with foreign keys
- MDEV-17026 - Assertion srv_undo_sources || ... failed on slow shutdown
- MDEV-10754 - wsrep_sst_rsync does not support innodb_data_home_dir
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