MariaDB Server is one of the world’s most popular open source relational databases and is available in the standard repositories of all major Linux distributions. Look for the package mariadb-server using the package manager of your operating system. Alternatively you can use the following resources:
The MariaDB Foundation also provides downloads for the most popular connectors for MariaDB Server.
- Download MariaDB Connector/C
- Download MariaDB Connector/J
- Download MariaDB Connector/Node.js
- Download MariaDB Connector/ODBC
To help with automating downloads of MariaDB Server and related files, MariaDB Foundation has exposed a REST API.
MariaDB Foundation maintains package repositories for major distributions to facilitate installing MariaDB and related tools. The supported plaforms are x86 , x86_64 , ARM64 and PowerPC 64 (LE)
You can make use of the repository config tool below to generate the command line instructions for your distribution and a specific version of MariaDB Server
Repository Configuration tool
MariaDB Foundation ensures that MariaDB Server has a steady cadence of releases. On average, MariaDB Server has had one stable major release every year. The current supported versions are: 10.1, 10.2, 10.3, 10.4, 10.5 and the development version is 10.6. Each stable version receives bug-fixes and security fixes periodically.
The roadmap is visible on jira.mariadb.org, along with estimated release dates.
The Reporting Bugs page on the Knowledge Base has details on how to report a bug.
For End of Life releases, MariaDB Foundation will not provide security updates, however outside contributors are welcome to submit security and bug fixes and backports to no-longer maintained versions.