MariaDB 10.6.4 Release Notes
Release date: 6 Aug 2021
Warning: This version can cause InnoDB file corruption on FreeBSD and on AIX. Stick to an earlier release, or upgrade to a more recent release, if you are running either of these environments. See MDEV-26537.
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- InnoDB no longer acquires advisory file locks by default (MDEV-24393)
- Encryption: Automatically disable key rotation checks for file_key_management plugin (MDEV-14180)
- Some fixes from MySQL 5.7.35 (MDEV-26205)
- Fixed scrubbing on AIX (MDEV-26110)
- buf_pool.flush_list corrupted by buffer pool resizing or ROW_FORMAT=COMPRESSED (MDEV-26200)
- A query that uses ORDER BY .. LIMIT clause and "Range checked for each record optimization" could produce incorrect results under some circumstances (MDEV-25858)
- Queries that have more than 32 equality conditions comparing columns of different tables ("tableX.colX=tableY.colY) could cause a stack overrun in the query optimizer (MDEV-17783, MDEV-23937)
- "Condition pushdown into derived table" optimization cannot be applied if the expression being pushed refers to a derived table column which is computed from expression that has a stored function call, @session variable reference, or other similar construct. The fix for MDEV-25969 makes it so that only the problematic part of the condition is not pushed. The rest of the condition is now pushed. (MDEV-25969)
- A query with window function on the left side of the subquery could cause a crash. (MDEV-25630)
- Fixed the issue fixed in MySQL Bug #76803: DML or locking SELECT statements
that use outer joins could produce this warning in the error log:
[ERROR] InnoDB: Unlock row could not find a 3 mode lock on the record.(MDEV-26106)
Packaging & Misc
- As per the MariaDB Deprecation Policy, this will be the last release of MariaDB 10.6 for Ubuntu 20.10 Groovy
- Debian 11 Bullseye repositories added
- Galera updated to 26.4.9
- Linux on IBM Z (s390x) architecture added with releases on Ubuntu-20.04 Focal
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