MariaDB 11.0.0 Release Notes
Release date: 27 Dec 2022
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New optimizer cost model
This is the main change that practically defines this release. Read about new optimizer cost model on its own page.
- MDEV-22570 Implement wsrep_provider_options as plugin
- MDEV-29281 Add details about node eviction status to the JSON file with Galera node status
Removing/Deprecating old code
- MDEV-29694 Remove the InnoDB change buffer
- MDEV-30136 Deprecate innodb_flush_method
- MDEV-29983 Deprecate innodb_file_per_table
- MDEV-30128 remove support for 5.1- replication events
- MDEV-29582 deprecate mysql* names
- MDEV-29227 deprecate explicit_defaults_for_timestamp=0
- MDEV-28910 remove the 5.5.5- version hack
- MDEV-29668 SUPER no longer allows actions that have fine-grained dedicated privileges
- MDEV-30203 Move mysql compatibility symlinks to different package
- MDEV-30153 ad hoc client versions are confusing
- MDEV-29986 Set innodb_undo_tablespaces=3 by default
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