Working in software development, versioning of code is something that we’ve often taken for granted. Task definitions and bug descriptions are preferably also managed by a system that versions every change. On top of this, we use a lot of documents for designing, documenting and managing our development cycles. For example, some of the tools we use are Jira, Google Docs and our own Knowledge Base to accomplish these things, which all provide versioning support.
The MariaDB project is pleased to announce the immediate availability of MariaDB Server 10.3.8. See the release notes and changelog for details.
MariaDB is on its way to the Twin Cities!
We’ll be diving into what's new in MariaDB TX 3.0 (with MariaDB Server 10.3 included), best practices for critical enterprise features such as HA and security, containerization and the brand-new Oracle-compatibility features.
Come hang out at Pinstripes Edina on July 12, 9:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Network, learn and enjoy lunch on us. Reserve your seat here.
The MariaDB project is pleased to announce the immediate availability of MariaDB Server 10.2.16. See the release notes and changelog for details.
MariaDB backup is the online backup tool that is part of MariaDB TX, it is an online backup tool that supports many advanced features. MariaDB MaxScale is a database proxy that, among other things allows read/write split scalability, online configuration and much more and which is also included with MariaDB TX. By combining these tools, this blog shows how a replication cluster can be scaled online without downtime.
Perhaps the most user-visible InnoDB changes in the MariaDB Server 10.3.7 GA release are Instant ADD COLUMN for InnoDB tables, the new parameter alter_algorithm and the clauses
ALGORITHM=NOCOPY that can protect the database from executing costly
ALTER TABLE operations taking hours.
Upgrade to MariaDB Server 10.3.7, and enjoy the instant
ADD COLUMN with your old InnoDB data files.
Configuring database user accounts for MariaDB MaxScale and a backend cluster has typically required a duplicate effort. This is because an account entry must exist for both the real client host and the MaxScale host. MaxScale authenticates incoming users against the user entry with the real client host. When MaxScale creates the routing session, it uses the client’s username and password scramble to authenticate the client to the backend. The backend sees the connection coming from the machine running MaxScale.
We are happy to announce the general availability (GA) of MariaDB Server 10.3! This release is a big milestone for the development of MariaDB Server and is the result of a huge effort by the development team and contributors – thanks to everyone involved! With our previous major release of MariaDB Server 10.2 last year, we started a journey of adding more enterprise-grade features to better close the gap with proprietary databases.
MariaDB Server 10.3 comes with a new, very useful feature that will ease the design of many applications. Data versioning is important for several perspectives. Compliance might require that you need to store data changes. For analytical queries, you may want to look at data at a specific point in time and for auditing purposes, what changes were made and when is important. Also, in the case of a table being deleted it can be of great value to recover it from history.