The MariaDB project is pleased to announce the immediate availability of MariaDB 10.0.8. This is a Release Candidate release.
See the Release Notes and Changelog for detailed information on this release and the What is MariaDB 10.0? page in the MariaDB Knowledge Base for general information about the MariaDB 10.0 series.
Download MariaDB 10.0.8
Release Notes Changelog What is MariaDB 10.0?
See also: The final piece of the puzzle.
Thanks, and enjoy MariaDB!
congratulation on the new MariaDB 10.x release!
I’m part of open-source project in my home town (EU country: Croatia, town: Osijek). We are planning to install MariaDB Galera cluster (uses MariaDB 5.5.x, https://downloads.mariadb.org/mariadb-galera/) on Centos linux.
Will there be a MariaDB Galera cluster which uses MariaDB 10.x?
Yes, very soon. See the release roadmap at mariadb.org/jira
Not planned. But you can create a new task for it at mariadb.org/jira and we will consider this feature for one of the future releases.
I have registered myself to mariaDB jira and tried to report JSON type improvement. I couldn’t do it. I seams that I have no reporting access rights.
Try again. Atlassian admins have recreated the default user group and it confused our privilege system.
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I had completely missed that #mariadb 10.2 supports #json so well:
This seems like a much way better to store random data than serializing them.
The latest MariaDB releases, 10.2.11 and 10.1.29, see a long-awaited update to the built-in Mroonga storage engine, based on @groonga, the open-source fulltext search engine.
https://t.co/FpKZxAc2NJ: MariaDB 10.2.11 now available https://t.co/LTyuoXAW8T
https://t.co/FpKZxAtDFh: Shenzhen MariaDB Developers Unconference Reportback https://t.co/BRn52KCd3d
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