MariaDB 10.3.16 Release Notes
Release date: 17 Jun 2019
For an overview of MariaDB Server 10.3 see the What is MariaDB 10.3? page.
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- MDEV-13992: JSON_MERGE_PATCH and JSON_MERGE_PRESERVE
- MDEV-19490: show tables fails when selecting the information_schema database
- MDEV-19491: multi-update with triggers and stored routines
- MDEV-19541: InnoDB crashes when trying to recover a corrupted page
- MDEV-19725: Incorrect error handling in ALTER TABLE
- MDEV-19445: FULLTEXT INDEX fix
- MDEV-19486: System Versioning fix
- MDEV-19509: InnoDB skips the tablespace in rotation list
- MDEV-19614: SET GLOBAL innodb_ deadlock due to LOCK_global_system_variables
- MDEV-17458: Unable to start galera node
- MDEV-17456: Malicious SUPER user can possibly change audit log configuration without leaving traces
- MDEV-19588: Wrong results from query, using left join
- MDEV-19258: RIGHT JOIN hangs in MariaDB
- Virtual columns fixes: MDEV-19027, MDEV-19602
- Crash recovery fixes: MDEV-13080, MDEV-19587, MDEV-19435
- MDEV-11094: Fixed row-based event applying with an error anymore when the events aim at the blackhole engine and row annotation is enabled
- MDEV-19076: Fixed slave_parallel_mode=optimistic did not always properly order replication events on temporary tables in some case to attempt execution before a parent event has been already processed
- MDEV-19158: Fixed duplicated entries in binlog occurred in combination of LOCK TABLES and binlog_format=MIXED when a being locked table was under replication unsafe operation
- As per the MariaDB Deprecation Policy, this will be the last release of MariaDB 10.3 for OpenSUSE 42.3
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