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Updating MariaDB to v10.2.35 or v10.3.26, causes MySQL Databases interface to show MySQL as offline.


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  • Michael Collins

    As of 2020-11-06, our development team has released an autofixer to address this issue.  It will be run automatically the next time the nightly update maintenance runs.  If you are experiencing this problem now, though, you may run the following autofixer script as root:

    /scripts/autorepair fix_mariadb_show_grants_roles

    For users that have applied the previous workaround involving downgrading MariaDB. Be sure to unlock MariaDB to ensure it continues to receive the appropriate updates:

    # yum versionlock clear

    Then run upcp to have the MariaDB packages updated:


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