MariaDB 10.6.8 Release Notes
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Release date: 20 May 2022
MariaDB 10.6 is the current long-term maintenance stable series of MariaDB. It is an evolution of MariaDB 10.5 with several entirely new features.
MariaDB 10.6.8 is a Stable (GA) release.
For an overview of MariaDB 10.6 see the What is MariaDB 10.6? page.
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Note that MariaDB 10.6.8 is not yet available for Ubuntu 22.04 due to MDEV-28133. MariaDB 10.6.9 will be available.
- innodb_disallow_writes removed (MDEV-25975)
- InnoDB gap locking fixes (MDEV-20605, MDEV-28422)
- InnoDB performance improvements (MDEV-27557, MDEV-28185, MDEV-27767, MDEV-28313, MDEV-28137, MDEV-28465, MDEV-26789)
- Backup regression fixes (MDEV-27919)
- InnoDB portability: FreeBSD futexes (MDEV-26476), POWER and s390x transactional memory (MDEV-27956)
- ALTER TABLE: Fixed bogus duplicate key errors (MDEV-15250)
- DDL and crash recovery fixes (MDEV-27274, MDEV-27234, MDEV-27817)
- Requests to recalculate persistent statistics were sometimes lost (MDEV-27805)
- Semisync-slave server recovery is refined to correctly rollback prepared transaction (MDEV-28461)
- Circular semisync setup endless event circulation is handled (MDEV-27760)
- Semisync-slave server recovery is extended to work on new server_id server (MDEV-27342)
- Server initialization time gtid_slave_pos purge related reason of crashing in binlog background thread is removed (MDEV-26473)
- Shutdown of the semisync master can't produce inconsistent state anymore (MDEV-11853)
- Binlogs disappear after rsync IST (MDEV-28583)
- master crash is eliminated in compressed semisync replication protocol with packet counting amendment (MDEV-25580)
- OPTIMIZE on a sequence does not cause counterfactual ER_BINLOG_UNSAFE_STATEMENT anymore (MDEV-24617)
- Automatically generated Gtid_log_list_event is made to recognize within replication event group as a formal member (MDEV-28550)
- Replication unsafe INSERT .. ON DUPLICATE KEY UPDATE using two or more unique key values at a time with MIXED format binlogging is corrected (MDEV-28310)
- Replication unsafe INSERT .. ON DUPLICATE KEY UPDATE stops issuing unnecessary "Unsafe statement" with MIXED binlog format (MDEV-21810)
- Incomplete replication event groups are detected to error out by the slave IO thread (MDEV-27697)
- mysqlbinlog --stop-never --raw now flushes the result file to disk after each processed event so the file can be listed with the actual bytes (MDEV-14608)
- Incorrect binlogs after Galera SST using rsync and mariabackup (MDEV-27524)
- mariabackup does not detect multi-source replication slave (MDEV-21037)
- Useless warning "InnoDB: Allocated tablespace ID <id> for <tablename>, old maximum was 0" during backup stage (MDEV-27343)
- mariabackup prepare fails for incrementals if a new schema is created after full backup is taken (MDEV-28446) )
- Query performance degradation in newer MariaDB versions when using many tables (MDEV-28073)
- A SEGV in Item_field::used_tables/update_depend_map_for_order... (MDEV-26402)
- ANALYZE FORMAT=JSON fields are incorrect for UNION ALL queries (MDEV-27699)
- Subquery in an UPDATE query uses full scan instead of range (MDEV-22377)
- Assertion `item1->type() == Item::FIELD_ITEM ... (MDEV-19398)
- Server crashes in Expression_cache_tracker::fetch_current_stats (MDEV-28268)
- MariaDB server crash at Item_subselect::init_expr_cache_tracker (MDEV-26164, MDEV-26047)
- Crash with union of my_decimal type in ORDER BY clause (MDEV-25994)
- SIGSEGV in st_join_table::cleanup (MDEV-24560)
- Assertion `!eliminated' failed in Item_subselect::exec (MDEV-28437)
- Server error messages are now available in Chinese (MDEV-28227)
- For RHEL/CentOS 7, non x86_64 architectures are no longer supported upstream and so our support will also be dropped with this release
- Packages for Ubuntu 22.04 LTS "Jammy" and Fedora 36 are not yet available pending the resolution of MDEV-28133: Backport OpenSSL-3.0 compatibility to 10.6 branch
- As per the MariaDB Deprecation Policy, this will be the last release of MariaDB 10.6 for Debian 9 "Stretch", Ubuntu 21.10 "Impish", and Fedora 34
- Fixes for the following security vulnerabilities:
For a complete list of changes and bugfixes made in MariaDB 10.6.8, with links to detailed information on each push, see the changelog.
For a full list of contributors to MariaDB 10.6.8, see the MariaDB Foundation release announcement.
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