MariaDB Enterprise Server 10.6.12-8 is a maintenance release of MariaDB Enterprise Server 10.6. This release includes a variety of fixes. Users of MariaDB Enterprise Server 10.6.12-7 are encouraged to upgrade. Additional steps are required if upgrading from Enterprise Server 10.6.12-7 to 10.6.12-8.
Fixed Security Vulnerabilities
- The optimizer can now use column histogram data when estimating output cardinality of hashed (BNL-H) joins
Changes in Storage Engines
- This release incorporates MariaDB ColumnStore engine version 23.02.3
More details are available in the full MariaDB 10.6.12-8 Release Notes.
Why MariaDB Enterprise Server
MariaDB Enterprise Server is an enhanced, hardened and secured version of MariaDB Community Server that delivers enterprise reliability, stability and long-term support as well as greater operational efficiency when it comes to managing large database deployments for business and mission critical applications. MariaDB Enterprise Server offers additional features needed for production workloads that are not available in the community edition, such as enterprise audit and enterprise backup, and also backports certain enterprise features to older versions so customers can take advantage of critical fixes and features immediately instead of having to upgrade to the newest version.
Being able to backport features from newer release series to older versions is a key advantage of MariaDB Enterprise Server. Quality assurance and internal processes do not always allow customers to upgrade production environments to the newest and greatest release series, although some of the new features would be of value. MariaDB Enterprise Server can help in this case, as we can backport highly requested features to existing versions in cases where we can assure that a backported feature does not decrease the stability of that release series of MariaDB Enterprise Server.
Download MariaDB Enterprise Server
MariaDB customers can download MariaDB Enterprise Server versions at mariadb.com/downloads/enterprise or try it in the cloud using MariaDB SkySQL – the only DBaaS that leverages the entire suite of MariaDB enterprise database products.