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MariaDB

https://www.mariadb.org

MariaDB is a backward compatible, drop-in replacement branch of the MySQL
Database Server. It includes all major open source storage engines, including
the Maria storage engine.

Packaging is done at https://github.com/openSUSE/mysql-packaging/ - please submit your changes there

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Source Files
Filename Size Changed Actions
README.debug 0000002327 2.27 KB over 2 years
README.install 0000000674 674 Bytes about 2 months
_constraints 0000000422 422 Bytes over 2 years
mariadb-10.0.15-logrotate-su.patch 0000000503 503 Bytes 5 months
mariadb-10.1.1-mysqld_multi-features.patch 0000005753 5.62 KB over 1 year
mariadb-10.2.4-fortify-and-O.patch 0000004487 4.38 KB about 2 months
mariadb-10.2.4-logrotate.patch 0000001070 1.04 KB 5 months
mariadb-10.2.9-galera_cnf.patch 0000000927 927 Bytes about 1 year
mariadb-10.3.16.tar.gz 0070862041 67.6 MB about 1 month
mariadb-10.3.16.tar.gz.sig 0000000181 181 Bytes about 1 month
mariadb.changes 0000138469 135 KB 3 days
mariadb.keyring 0000002861 2.79 KB about 2 years
mariadb.service 0000001188 1.16 KB over 1 year
mariadb.spec 0000033308 32.5 KB 11 days
mariadb.target 0000000064 64 Bytes over 1 year
mariadb@.service 0000001209 1.18 KB over 1 year
my.ini 0000003785 3.7 KB 5 months
mysql-systemd-helper 0000006164 6.02 KB about 1 month
mysql.SuSEfirewall2 0000000161 161 Bytes over 12 years
suse-test-run 0000000446 446 Bytes about 2 months
suse_skipped_tests.list 0000002909 2.84 KB 11 days
Comments for mariadb 3

Alex Sinev

quicktrick wrote over 1 year ago

openSUSE Tumbleweed. After update from version 10.2.13-2.1 to 10.2.13-3.1 there is a file /var/lib/mysql/.run-mysql_upgrade of 0 bytes, and MariaDB does not start until you remove that file.



Marius Kittler

mkittler wrote 24 days ago

Yes, updating to 10.3.x would make sense. However, 10.4.x causes trouble with Akonadi and possible other software: https://bugs.archlinux.org/task/63025#comment179991