MariaDB 11.1.0 Release Notes
The most recent release of MariaDB 11.1 is:
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Release date: 27 Mar 2023
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MariaDB 11.1 is a current development series of MariaDB, and will be maintained for one year after its Generally Available release. It is an evolution of MariaDB 11.0 with several entirely new features.
MariaDB 11.1.0 is a single preview release. Features are to be considered preview, and none are guaranteed to make it into MariaDB 11.1.
For an overview of MariaDB 11.1 see the What is MariaDB 11.1? page.
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- Remove innodb_defragment and related parameters (MDEV-30545)
- Semi-join optimization for single-table UPDATE/DELETE statements. Update and delete statements that use subqueries can now use all subquery optimization strategies that MariaDB offers, so now if you use subqueries in UPDATE or DELETE, these statements will likely be much faster (MDEV-7487)
- Queries with the DATE or YEAR functions comparing against a constant can now make use of indexes, so these will be noticeably quicker in certain instances. For example
SELECT * FROM t2 WHERE YEAR(a) = 2019or
SELECT * FROM t2 WHERE DATE(a) <= '2017-01-01'(MDEV-8320)
- ALTER ONLINE TABLE (MDEV-16329)
- JSON_SCHEMA_VALID function for validating a JSON schema (MDEV-27128)
- Rename Mariabackup’s xtrabackup_* files to mariadb_backup_* (MDEV-18931)
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