MariaDB 10.3.19 Release Notes
After an upgrade MariaDB Server can crash if InnoDB tables exist with a
FULLTEXT INDEX and a
FOREIGN KEY constraint attached to them. We got reports that the crash already will be encountered on startup, but a crash is also possible at a later stage. See MDEV-20987 for more details.
Do not download or use this release.
Release date: 5 Nov 2019
MariaDB 10.3 is the previous stable series of MariaDB, and an evolution of MariaDB 10.2 with several entirely new features not found anywhere else and with backported and reimplemented features from MySQL.
For an overview of MariaDB Server 10.3 see the What is MariaDB 10.3? page.
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- MDEV-20864: Debug-only option innodb_change_buffer_dump for dumping the contents of the InnoDB change buffer to the server error log at startup.
- Read-only replicas
- Issues related to read only replicas are fixed:
- CREATE, DROP, ALTER, INSERT and DELETE of temporary tables are not logged to binary log, even in statement or mixed mode. With earlier MariaDB versions, one can avoid the problem with temporary tables by using binlog_format=ROW in which cases temporary tables are never logged.
- Changes to temporary tables created during
read_onlywill not be logged even after
read_onlymode is disabled (for example if the replica is promoted to a primary).
- The Admin statements ANALYZE, OPTIMIZE and REPAIR will not be logged to the binary log under read-only.
- FULLTEXT INDEX:
- MDEV-20927: Duplicate key with auto increment
- ALTER TABLE:
- System-Versioned Tables:
- Galera wsrep library updated to 25.3.28
- Packages for Ubuntu 19.10 Eoan have been added in this release
- Fixes for the following security vulnerabilities:
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