Mroonga is a MySQL storage engine based on groonga, the full text search engine. It uses the Pluggable Storage Engine interface in MySQL 5.1 and later.
|Tags||Storage Engine Database MySQL|
|Operating Systems||Mac OS X POSIX|
Release Notes: In this release, Mroonga supports MariaDB 10.0.6. You can try Mroonga with the MariaDB bundled version on Windows.
Release Notes: Packages for Ubuntu 13.10 are now available. A new 'mysql55-mroonga' package was introduced for CentOS 5.10, which provides MySQL 5.5 as mysql55 prefixed packages.
Release Notes: This release begins to support REPAIR TABLE for broken groonga databases. In the previous version, if there were no *.mrn files that were mroonga's database, you could not repair tables in wrapper mode.
Release Notes: Support for mroonga_escape was added, an experimental feature that allows you to specify which strings and characters to escape. MariaDB 10.0.4 is now supported. An RPM but that caused the package to be removed during upgrades was fixed.
Release Notes: This release supports the mroonga_action_on_fulltext_query_error session variable, which controls how to report a message on error. It supports four types of error handling, ERROR, ERROR_AND_LOG, IGNORE, and IGNORE_AND_LOG. This release also supports Fedora 19. Since Fedora 19, MariaDB is adopted, but currently the mroonga package supports MySQL only (community-mysql).