Comments - MariaDB Memory Allocation

2 years ago monty3242

In general, MariaDB does not remove features from release to release. We also always mark in the "KB" in what release a specific feature was added. This means that when one wants to read up on a feature, one can quickly skip the parts that does not affect the version that is used. In addition one can quickly see the benefits one can get by upgrading MariaDB.

We don't have the resources to maintain a manual per release. Also doing it that way would make it almost impossible for the community to improve the manual (as they would have to do the changes in all releases, which is not practical.

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