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mariadb: 10.3.20 -> 10.4.10 #74486
Semi-automatic update generated by https://github.com/ryantm/nixpkgs-update tools. This update was made based on information from https://repology.org/metapackage/mariadb-server/versions.
meta.description for mariadb is: '"An enhanced, drop-in replacement for MySQL"'.
meta.homepage for mariadb is: '"https://mariadb.org/"
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@ryantm I do not.
I have spent some more time thinking about this PR recently and propose the following:
We should probably avoid skipping a major release of
This plan sounds good. I think we should only update to 10.5.x on master after it is out of "development".
Don't feel like this PR is special or something, feel free to close it and do the work on a different PR.
I asked about general availability on #maria@freenode and they seem to think it isn't significant.
Plan sounds very good, gradually getting up to speed while giving NixOS users bite-sized updates to digest.
If update to MariaDB 1.4 need update plugin MariaDB-Galera to 26.4.3.
In 10.4 and 10.5 don`t need auth_socket.so.
@flokli need help to correct write release notes. To release notes need add instruction to correct upgrade database and galera cluster - https://mariadb.com/kb/en/upgrading-from-mariadb-103-to-mariadb-104-with-galera-cluster/
@Izorkin quickly skimming over the docs, what sounds relevant to us might be:
Before doing the upgrade:
Then switching to the new nixpkgs version containing the bump.
After the switch:
I must however admit I don't feel quite comfortable on giving any guidelines here. I don't operate any Galera Cluster at the moment, and would love to get more feedback from people using this in production.