MariaDB 10.7.0 Release Notes

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Release date: 17 Sep 2021

Do not use alpha releases in production!

MariaDB 10.7 is the current development series of MariaDB. It is an evolution of MariaDB 10.6 with several entirely new features.

MariaDB 10.7.0 is not a single release, but is instead a number of feature preview releases based on feature branches. Each should be considered as having a maturity of an Alpha release. Read more about feature preview releases here.

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Remember, these features are in separate preview packages. The subsection header text corresponds to the preview package name.

Notable changes of this series of releases include:

Provider Plugins



Natural Sort

JSON Histograms

Convert Partitions

  • ALTER TABLE ... CONVERT PARTITION .. TO TABLE (MDEV-22166, blog post), and
  • ALTER TABLE ... CONVERT TABLE ... TO PARTITION ... (MDEV-22165) as an easy way to convert tables to partitions and back in one command, instead of a sequence of CREATE/EXCHANGE/DROP
  • ALTER TABLE .. ADD PARTITION allows to omit the redundant PARTITION keyword (MDEV-26471)

Password Reuse

InnoDB Bulk Insert

  • In bulk insert, pre-sort and build indexes one page at a time (MDEV-24621)

Misc. Features

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