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MariaDB 5.3 is now GA
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This is another, in-case-you-missed-it, but it is definitely worth mentioning again:

MariaDB 5.3 is now GA

So, if you’re using MariaDB 5.1 or 5.2, I’d definitely recommend upgrading to the new MariaDB 5.3.

Also, if you’re a Windows user using MySQL 5.1, I’d highly consider making the switch to MariaDB 5.3 due to all of the Windows-specific improvements in it.

MariaDB 5.3 Enhancements:

  • Subquery optimizations
  • Semi-join subquery optimizations
  • Non-semi-join optimizations
  • Subquery Cache
  • Subquery Optimizations Map
  • Optimizations for derived tables and views
  • Disk access optimization
  • Join optimizations
  • Index Merge improvements
  • Optimizer control
  • NoSQL-style interfaces
  • Group commit for the binary log
  • Replication and binary logging enhancements
  • Microsecond support for NOW() and timestamp, time, and
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