Download MariaDB Server

MariaDB Server is one of the world’s most popular open source relational databases and is available in the standard repositories of all major Linux distributions. Look for the package mariadb-server using the package manager of your operating system. Alternatively you can use the following resources:

The MariaDB Foundation also provides downloads for the most popular connectors for MariaDB Server.

REST API

To help with automating downloads of MariaDB Server and related files, MariaDB Foundation has exposed a REST API.

MariaDB Repositories

MariaDB Foundation maintains package repositories for major distributions to facilitate installing MariaDB and related tools. The supported plaforms are x86 , x86_64 , ARM64 and PowerPC 64 (LE)

You can make use of the repository config tool below to generate the command line instructions for your distribution and a specific version of MariaDB Server

Repository Configuration tool

Release schedule

MariaDB Foundation ensures that MariaDB Server has a steady cadence of releases. On average, MariaDB Server has had one stable major release every year. The current supported versions are: 10.1, 10.2, 10.3, 10.4, 10.5 and the development version is 10.6. Each stable version receives bug-fixes and security fixes periodically.

The roadmap is visible on jira.mariadb.org, along with estimated release dates.

Reporting bugs

The Reporting Bugs page on the Knowledge Base has details on how to report a bug.

The developers are generally happy to help with verifying bugs. If you need help, ask on Zulip, IRC or on the maria-developers mailing list.

If the bug is repeatable, it is very helpful if you create a test case for the bug for use with mysql-test-run. See Debugging MariaDB with mysql-test-run for more information.

For End of Life releases, MariaDB Foundation will not provide security updates, however outside contributors are welcome to submit security and bug fixes and backports to no-longer maintained versions.