Congratulations to the SUSE team, for the release of SUSE Linux Enterprise 12. It comes by default with MariaDB 10.0.11, and you can find out more information in the release notes (in particular MariaDB replaces MySQL). Let us know if you’re using this, even on systems like POWER – we love to hear from our users!READ MORE
There's innodb_large_prefix as a possible workaround, which is default in 10.2 https://t.co/URwAEaZcN7
The reason is because MariaDB imposes a maximum of 767 bytes for indexes, and 767 / 4 = 191 (rounded down).
The danger of no Primary Key when replicating in RBR (partial protection with MariaDB 10.1) https://t.co/M6mABJdkmn by @jfg956