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    • MariaDB 10.11 in RHEL-9
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      The following needs to be verified in order for this epic to be considered complete:

      • mariadb-server, mariadb and other common packages of MariaDB available in the repository
      • Container image exists in the Container catalog
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      The following needs to be verified in order for this epic to be considered complete: mariadb-server, mariadb and other common packages of MariaDB available in the repository Container image exists in the Container catalog
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      .A new module stream: `mariadb:10.11`

      MariaDB 10.11 is now available as a new module stream, `mariadb:10.11`. Notable enhancements over the previously available version 10.5 include:

      * A new `sys_schema` feature.
      * Atomic Data Definition Language (DDL) statements.
      * A new `pass:[GRANT ... TO PUBLIC]` privilege.
      * Separate `SUPER` and `READ ONLY ADMIN` privileges.
      * A new `UUID` database data type.
      * Support for the Secure Socket Layer (SSL) protocol version 3; the MariaDB server now requires correctly configured SSL to start.
      * Support for the natural sort order through the `natural_sort_key()` function.
      * A new `SFORMAT` function for arbitrary text formatting.
      * Changes to the UTF-8 charset and the UCA-14 collation.
      * `systemd` socket activation files available in the `/usr/share/` directory. Note that they are not a part of the default configuration in RHEL as opposed to upstream.
      * Error messages containing the `MariaDB` string instead of `MySQL`.
      * Error messages available in the Chinese language.
      * Changes to the default logrotate file.
      * For MariaDB and MySQL clients, the connection property specified on the command line (for example, `--port=3306`), now forces the protocol type of communication between the client and the server, such as `tcp`, `socket`, `pipe`, or `memory`.

      //For more information about changes in MariaDB 10.11, see link:<Notable differences between MariaDB 10.5 and MariaDB 10.11>


      For more information about MariaDB, see link:https://access.redhat.com/documentation/en-us/red_hat_enterprise_linux/9/html/configuring_and_using_database_servers/using-mariadb_configuring-and-using-database-servers[Using MariaDB].

      To install the `mariadb:10.11` stream, use:

      [literal]
      ----
      # dnf module install mariadb:10.11
      ----

      //If you want to upgrade from MariaDB 10.5, see link:TBD[Upgrading from MariaDB 10.5 to MariaDB 10.11].


      For information about the length of support for the `mariadb` module streams, see link:https://access.redhat.com/support/policy/updates/rhel-app-streams-life-cycle[Red Hat Enterprise Linux Application Streams Life Cycle].
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      .A new module stream: `mariadb:10.11` MariaDB 10.11 is now available as a new module stream, `mariadb:10.11`. Notable enhancements over the previously available version 10.5 include: * A new `sys_schema` feature. * Atomic Data Definition Language (DDL) statements. * A new `pass:[GRANT ... TO PUBLIC]` privilege. * Separate `SUPER` and `READ ONLY ADMIN` privileges. * A new `UUID` database data type. * Support for the Secure Socket Layer (SSL) protocol version 3; the MariaDB server now requires correctly configured SSL to start. * Support for the natural sort order through the `natural_sort_key()` function. * A new `SFORMAT` function for arbitrary text formatting. * Changes to the UTF-8 charset and the UCA-14 collation. * `systemd` socket activation files available in the `/usr/share/` directory. Note that they are not a part of the default configuration in RHEL as opposed to upstream. * Error messages containing the `MariaDB` string instead of `MySQL`. * Error messages available in the Chinese language. * Changes to the default logrotate file. * For MariaDB and MySQL clients, the connection property specified on the command line (for example, `--port=3306`), now forces the protocol type of communication between the client and the server, such as `tcp`, `socket`, `pipe`, or `memory`. //For more information about changes in MariaDB 10.11, see link:<Notable differences between MariaDB 10.5 and MariaDB 10.11> For more information about MariaDB, see link: https://access.redhat.com/documentation/en-us/red_hat_enterprise_linux/9/html/configuring_and_using_database_servers/using-mariadb_configuring-and-using-database-servers [Using MariaDB]. To install the `mariadb:10.11` stream, use: [literal] ---- # dnf module install mariadb:10.11 ---- //If you want to upgrade from MariaDB 10.5, see link:TBD[Upgrading from MariaDB 10.5 to MariaDB 10.11]. For information about the length of support for the `mariadb` module streams, see link: https://access.redhat.com/support/policy/updates/rhel-app-streams-life-cycle [Red Hat Enterprise Linux Application Streams Life Cycle].
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      Based on BU feedback, there is already enough demand for a new MariaDB 10.11 version.

      This is a request to include a new stream (module) into RHEL-9, that will deliver:

      • MariaDB server 10.11 and client tools
      • Container image for OpenShift, meant to be used for development mostly (single server, basic features)

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              mschorm@redhat.com Michal Schorm
              hhorak@redhat.com Honza Horak
              Michal Schorm Michal Schorm
              Jakub Heger Jakub Heger
              Lenka Špačková Lenka Špačková
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