With the release of a new update to DSM 7.1 Beta, Synology has also released an update to the MariaDB package bringing it from version 10.3.29 to version 10.3.32 – MariaDB 10 is a community-developed fork of MySQL and is one of the most widely used open-source relational database management system (RDBMS). It is highly compatible with MySQL and allows users to effortlessly migrate databases from MySQL to MariaDB 10. With MariaDB 10, you can easily and efficiently read, update and manage your data.
Did you know that the release of the automatic update on Synology NAS can take a few weeks or months to be available in all regions of the world? In this article I will teach you how to update your current MariaDB 10 to MariaDB 10.3.32 manually.
Once you have downloaded the MariaDB .spk file, go to Package Center / Manual Install then upload it. After that, click Next. Follow the instructions in the image below.
Note: MariaDB 10 version 10.3.32 is available only for DSM 7.0.1 Update 2 and DSM 7.1 Beta.
Note: Full MariaDB 10.3.32 Changelog.
This post was updated on Saturday / April 9th, 2022 at 2:30 AM