New cluster - MariaDB 10.3

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    Krzysztof Ksiazek

    Hi,

    I'm not sure what exactly happened but it seems like the database you imported is not from MariaDB 10.2 (mysql.proc table is not in the same format). What I'd suggest is to import data only, do not include mysql schema. This should allow you to import the data correctly. Once that's done, you can always recreate users by hand (pt-show-grants is one of the tools which can help you with it).

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    bar1

    I can confirm the database is from 10.3

    so just to confirm, 10.3 cluster is not yet supported?

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    Krzysztof Ksiazek

    Hi,

    Yes, as of now, MariaDB 10.3 is not yet supported. We are testing it now so, hopefully, it'll become supported sooner than later.

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    Michael Kleywegt

    Do you have any timeline on when we can expect support for MariaDB 10.3?  Is there a beta we can participate in?

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    Sebastian Insausti

    Hi,

    Our development team has started looking into it, and unless there are surprises, we should have it within a month or two. Will check with them to see if there is an ETA.

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