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Returns microseconds from a date or datetime.
Returns the current UTC time.
Add interval to a date or datetime.
Returns the current time.
Returns the current UTC date and time.
Extracts a portion of the date.
Available event timers
Currently selected event timers
Difference between two datetimes.
Microseconds in the INFORMATION_SCHEMA.PROCESSLIST table
I recently upgraded my MySQL DB to MariaDB for millisecond support. I can see the millisecond part in my upgraded database. And I tested the millisecond support by inserti...
Functions supported by ColumnStore
Returns the current date and time.
Information about MariaDB events.
Time format HH:MM:SS.ssssss
Microseconds have been supported since MariaDB 5.3.
Download | Release Notes | Changelog |
Overview of 5.1
Release date: 29 Oct 2009
MariaDB-5.1.38-beta is based on MySQL-5.1.38, but has these additional changes
and bug fixes:
Written into the binary log file for statement-based replication, DDLs, non-transactional engine commits.
Status: Stable (GA) | Release Date: 25 May 2022
Date and time combination displayed as YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.
Status: Stable (GA) | Release Date: 22 Dec 2016
Status: Alpha | Release Date: 20 September 2016
Status: GA | Release Date: 26th March 2017