The Drizzle project is building a database optimized for Cloud and Net applications. It is being designed for massive concurrency on modern multi-CPU/core architectures. The code is originally derived from MySQL.
|Tags||Database Engines/Servers MySQL Web Development|
|Licenses||GPLv2 BSD Revised|
|Operating Systems||Linux FreeBSD Mac OS X Solaris|
Release Notes: This release adds Clang support, a Sysbench Qewpie testing suite, numerous bugfixes, dynamic plugin support, and improved documentation.
Release Notes: A fix for CTRL-Z for shutdowns. Many updates to the JSON server. Improvements completed on Catalog support. ZeroMQ and Gearman support have been updated. Updates to the AUTH_HTTP authentication module. Documentation enhancements. The testing framework has been updated. Regex Policy updates.
Release Notes: This release includes ongoing bugfixes, as well as build fixes for Ubuntu. The Gearman module has also been fixed with both older and newer versions of libgearman.
Release Notes: This release adds multi-master replication, identifies servers with UUIDs in replication, provides an (experimental) HTTP JSON interface, merges Percona Innodb patches, provides Xtrabackup in-tree, makes an IPV6 data type available, adds a query log plugin, enables log output to syslog by default, can publish transactions to zeromq and rabbitmq, improves the logging stats plugin, supports native multi-tenancy (database virtualization, catalogs), removes the drizzleadmin utility (all administration is handled via the drizzle client) and the HailDB engine, and continues code refactoring and various bugfixes.
Release Notes: This is the first release candidate for Drizzle 7.1 Changes since the previous release include various bugfixes, a new versioning system, and updated documentation.