MariaDB 10.4.7 Release Notes
Release date: 31 Jul 2019
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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Notable changes of this release include:
- MDEV-19922: HeidiSQL updated to 10.2
- MDEV-19795: Merge upstream MyRocks.
- MDEV-17228: Encrypted temporary tables are not encrypted.
- MDEV-18328: Disks Plugin is now stable and requires the FILE privilege.
- MDEV-16508: Spider - sql_mode not maintained between spider node and data nodes.
- Merge relevant InnoDB changes from MySQL 5.7.27
- Adjust spin loops to the x86 PAUSE instruction latency (MDEV-19845)
- MDEV-20102: When the ctas from a big table is interrupted ,then you can't drop or recreate the table
- MDEV-19292: InnoDB's row size calculations were fixed, which might result in "Row size too large" errors when creating or altering tables with lots columns. This can occur even if previous MariaDB releases did not throw errors for the same tables. Some workarounds are listed at InnoDB Row Formats Overview: Upgrading Causes Row Size Too Large Errors.
- ALTER TABLE: MDEV-15641, MDEV-19630, MDEV-19916, MDEV-19974, MDEV-17301, MDEV-18266
- Indexed virtual columns: MDEV-16222, MDEV-17005, MDEV-19870
- FULLTEXT INDEX: MDEV-14154
- Encryption: MDEV-17228, MDEV-19914
- Galera + FOREIGN KEY: MDEV-19660
- Recovery & Mariabackup: MDEV-19978
- MDEV-20091: DROP TEMPORARY table is logged despite no CREATE was logged
- MDEV-19871: Add page id matching check in innochecksum tool
- MDEV-20179: Server hangs on shutdown during installation of Spider
- As per the MariaDB Deprecation Policy, this will be the last release of MariaDB 10.4 for OpenSUSE 42.3 and Ubuntu 18.10 "Cosmic"
- Fixes for the following security vulnerabilities:
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