MariaDB 10.4.12 Release Notes
Note that this version contains an issue that disabled all events created by a server with a different server_id. See MDEV-21758 for details.
Release date: 28 Jan 2020
MariaDB 10.4 is the current stable series of MariaDB. It is an evolution of MariaDB 10.3 with several entirely new features not found anywhere else and with backported and reimplemented features from MySQL.
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- MDEV-21337: fix aligned_malloc()
- MDEV-21343: Threadpool/Unix- wait_begin() function does not wake/create threa ds, when it should
- wolfssl updated to v4.3.0-stable
- As per the MariaDB Deprecation Policy, this will be the last release of MariaDB 10.4 for Ubuntu 19.04 Disco
- MDEV-21255: Deadlock of parallel slave and mariabackup (with failed log copy thread)
- MDEV-20950: Reduce size of record offsets
- MDEV-19176: Reduce the memory usage during recovery
- MDEV-21429: TRUNCATE and OPTIMIZE are being refused due to "row size too large"
- MDEV-21500: Server hang when using simulated AIO
- MDEV-21509: Possible hang during purge of history, or rollback
- MDEV-21511: Wrong estimate of affected BLOB columns in update
- MDEV-21512: InnoDB may hang due to SPATIAL INDEX
- MDEV-21513: Avoid some crashes in ALTER TABLE...IMPORT TABLESPACE
- MDEV-18865: Assertion `t->first->versioned_by_id()' failed in innodb_prepare_commit_versioned
- MDEV-21260: InnoDB does not report error when trying open volumes on UNC paths on Windows
- MDEV-14183: aria_pack segfaults in compress_maria_file
- MDEV-21318: Wrong results with window functions and implicit grouping
- MDEV-16579: Wrong result of query using DISTINCT COUNT(*) OVER (*)
- MDEV-21383: Possible range plan is not used under certain conditions
- MDEV-18046: Crashes caused by random values to the offset option of SHOW BINLOG EVENT offset command
- MDEV-19376: Semisync Master could crash when it executed RESET MASTER and a replica reconnects using GTID protocol
- MDEV-20821: parallel slave server shutdown may hang when slave workers were online
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