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[MariaDB][]MariaDB MySQL Server Fork
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Thecus_MariaDB is available for:

x64_OS5/OS7 - last version
x86_OS5/OS6 - last version

with phpMyAdmin 5.0.4

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apache24 > for and above

NOTE for first installation: don't forget to setup the root password

phpMyAdmin user: root passwd: no password. After root password is defined, use that password for login

To define the root password, after login to phpMyAdmin select the SQL tab and type this command (with your desired password on it):

SET PASSWORD FOR root@localhost = PASSWORD('replace_this_with_your_password');

Edit file to add blowfish secret passphrase

listen on port 3306
incompatible if you already have a MySQL running
DB storage in /raid/data/MARIADB_DB
When you setup a connection to the database, type instead localhost
Edit file to add blowfish secret passphrase

By default, root password is empty and guests are allowed to login.
To add a root password and secure the installation or after any upgrade, run the following command in SSH:
(set again the root password, even if is the same)
/raid/data/module/MariaDB/bin/MariaDB/bin/mysql_secure_installation --basedir=/raid/data/module/MariaDB/bin/MariaDB

After any upgrade, run the following command in SSH:
 if root password was not defined:
/raid/data/module/MariaDB/bin/MariaDB/bin/mysql_upgrade -u root

root password was defined[/color]
/raid/data/module/MariaDB/bin/MariaDB/bin/mysql_upgrade -u root -p

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About :

MariaDB is a drop-in replacement for MySQL.

MariaDB strives to be the logical choice for database professionals looking for a robust, scalable, and reliable SQL server. To accomplish this, Monty Program works to hire the best and brightest developers in the industry, work closely and cooperatively with the larger community of users and developers in the true spirit of Free and open source software, and release software in a manner that balances predictability with reliability.

Here are some important resources to get you started. All links will redirect you to external sites, noted in parentheses.

Features :

addition to the standard MyISAM, BLACKHOLE, CSV, MEMORY, ARCHIVE, and MERGE storage engines, the following are also included with MariaDB Source and Binary packages:

XtraDB (drop-in replacement for InnoDB)
PBXT (In MariaDB 5.1, MariaDB 5.2, and MariaDB 5.3. Disabled in MariaDB 5.5.)
FederatedX (drop-in replacement for Federated)
OQGRAPH (In MariaDB 5.1, MariaDB 5.2, and MariaDB 5.3. Disabled in MariaDB 5.5.) — new in 5.2
SphinxSE — new in 5.2
IBMDB2I. Oracle removed this in MySQL 5.1.55 but we have kept the code in MariaDB until the version 5.5.
TokuDB in MariaDB 5.5 and MariaDB 10.0
Cassandra in MariaDB 10.0
We are working on adding other NoSQL storage engines into MariaDB. 
CONNECT in MariaDB 10.0
SEQUENCE in MariaDB 10.0
Spider in MariaDB 10.0 

Speed improvements

A lot of optimizer enhancements in MariaDB 5.3. Subqueries are now finally usable! The complete list and a comparison with MySQL is here. A benchmark can be found here.
Faster and safer replication: Group commit for the binary log. This makes many setups that uses replication and lot's of updates more than 2x times faster.
Improvements for Innodb asynchronous IO subsystem on Windows.
Indexes for the MEMORY(HEAP) engine are faster. According to a simple test, 24% faster on INSERT for integer index and 60% faster for index on a CHAR(20) column.
We improved the performance of character set conversions (and removed conversions when they were not really needed). Overall speed improvement is 1-5 % (according to sql-bench) but can be higher for big results sets with all characters between 0x00-0x7f.
Pool of Threads in MariaDB 5.1 and even better in MariaDB 5.5. This allows MariaDB to run with 200,000+ connections and with a notable speed improvement when using many connections.
There are some improvements to the DBUG code to make its execution faster when debug is compiled in but not used.
Our use of the Aria storage engine enables faster complex queries (queries which normally use disk-based temporary tables). The Aria storage engine is used for internal temporary tables, which should give a speedup when doing complex selects. Aria is usually faster for temporary tables when compared to MyISAM because Aria caches row data in memory and normally doesn't have to write the temporary rows to disk.
The test suite has been extended and now runs much faster than before, even though it tests more things. 

Extensions & new features

We've added a lot of new features to MariaDB. If a patch or feature is useful, safe, and stable — we make every effort to include it in MariaDB. The most notable features are:

Microseconds in MariaDB — new in 5.3
Microsecond Precision in Processlist
Table Elimination
Virtual Columns — new in 5.2
Extended User Statistics — new in 5.2
Segmented Key Cache for MyISAM — new in 5.2
KILL all queries for a user — new in 5.3
Pluggable Authentication — new in 5.2
Storage-engine-specific CREATE TABLE — new in 5.2
Enhancements to INFORMATION SCHEMA.PLUGINS table — new in 5.2
Group commit for the binary log. This makes replication notably faster! — new in 5.3
Added --rewrite-db mysqlbinlog option to change the used database — new in 5.2
Progress reporting for ALTER TABLE and LOAD DATA INFILE. — new in 5.3
Faster joins and subqueries. — new in 5.3
HandlerSocket and faster HANDLER calls. — new in 5.3
Dynamic Columns support. — new in 5.3
GIS Functionality — new in 5.3
Multi-source replication. — new in 10.0
SHOW EXPLAIN gives the EXPLAIN plan for a query running in another thread. — new in 10.0 

Better Testing

More tests in the test suite.
Bugs in tests fixed.
Test builds with different configure options to get better feature testing.
Remove invalid tests. (e.g. don't test feature ''X'' if that feature is not in the tested build) 

Fewer warnings and bugs

Bugs are bad. Fix as many bugs as possible and try to not introduce new ones.
Compiler warnings are also bad. Eliminate as many compiler warnings as possible. 

Truly Open Source

All code in MariaDB is released under GPL, LPGL or BSD. MariaDB does not have closed source modules like the ones that can be found in MySQL Enterprise Edition. In fact, all the closed source features in MySQL 5.5 Enterprise Edition are found in the MariaDB open source version.
MariaDB includes test cases for all fixed bugs. Oracle doesn't provide test cases for new bugs fixed in MySQL 5.5.
All bugs and development plans are public.
MariaDB is developed by the community in true open source spirit.[/color]
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