MariaDB 5.2.9 Release Notes

The most recent release in the MariaDB 5.2 series is: MariaDB 5.2.14

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Release date: 22 Sep 2011

MariaDB 5.2.9 is a Stable release.In general this means there are no known serious bugs and we believe the code is ready for general usage. A "stable" MariaDB release is equivalent to a MySQL "GA" release.

For a detailed description of MariaDB 5.2 see the What is MariaDB 5.2 page.

Compared to MariaDB 5.2.8, MariaDB 5.2.9 is a bug-fix release.

For a list of every change made in MariaDB 5.2.9, with links to detailed information on each push, see the MariaDB 5.2.9 Changelog.

In most respects MariaDB will work exactly as MySQL: all commands, interfaces, libraries and APIs that exist in MySQL also exist in MariaDB.

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2 Nov 2011 Update:

We've updated the Ubuntu packages for MariaDB 5.2.9. Apart from now including packages for Ubuntu 11.10 "Oneiric" the only other change is to remove the default apparmor profile.

Ubuntu 11.10 "Oneiric" introduced some significant directory changes. Rather than try to keep our apparmor profile in sync with Ubuntu and risk a future breakage when they decide to change something else, we have decided to include an empty profile in our packages. If you have customized your /etc/apparmor.d/usr.sbin.mysqld file you will be given the option to keep or remove it during the upgrade. If you haven't customized the default profile, the profile will be removed.


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