MariaDB Blog

January 12, 2016

MariaDB Enterprise Now Supports MariaDB 10.1

Customers have been excited to get their hands on the performance and maintenance enhancements and data encryption capabilities made available through MariaDB 10.1. We are happy to announce that MariaDB Enterprise and Enterprise Cluster subscriptions now support MariaDB 10.1 and make all of these features available to our subscription customers.

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December 16, 2015

MaxScale 1.3.0 Beta is here

We are pleased to announce that MaxScale 1.3.0 beta is now open for the community. Read our blog regarding the latest new features, and where to find the release notes.

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December 15, 2015

Building MaxScale from source on Ubuntu 14.04

Having written the Building MaxScale from source on Centos7 tutorial, we have received requests about writing one for Ubuntu. It seems the most mentioned version is the 14.04 LTS version so we’re going to go with that. For the purpose of this tutorial, I’ve installed a fresh installation of Ubuntu 14.04.3 LTS (Trusty Tahr) on a VM.

MaxScale is a bit more complicated to build on Ubuntu and Debian, but should still be something almost everyone can do.

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November 09, 2015

Minimizing downtime with MaxScale: Severalnines’ ClusterControl now supports MaxScale

In this blog we look at how MaxScale helps minimize database access down time for client applications. Following our partner Severalnines’ recent announcement we want to inform the MariaDB community know that there is an automation and management platform available to them, ClusterControl, that will help them deploy and manage MaxScale for MariaDB (which in turn also helps minimize downtime).

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November 02, 2015

Forcing a Slave Server to Recreate Temporary Tables After an Unsafe Shutdown

Losing temporary tables on a slave when binlog_format is not set to ROW is a well-known problem, and there is even a way to avoid it, as described by the safe slave shutdown procedure in the MySQL documentation. However, the documentation doesn't describe how to fix your slave if you accidentally shut it down while it has temporary tables open. In this blog post, I'll describe how to do that.

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October 19, 2015

Protect Your Data #2: A Row-level Security Walkthrough in MariaDB 10.0

My last row-level security blog post got a few questions, so I decided that it would be good to follow up with more detail. The last blog post described some basic information about row-level security, but row-level security policies are highly dependent on an application's or organization's security requirements. In this blog post, I'm going to walk through an example row-level security implementation in MariaDB 10.0 in a little more detail.

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