New in version 4.0.8
December 10th, 2014
- In this release, added missing primary key check issue when primary key is required to specify in storage mode.
New in version 4.0.0 (February 11th, 2014)
- There are many improvements and new remarkable features.
New in version 3.12 (January 30th, 2014)
- Mroonga has support for customizing lock timeout dynamically.
- You can set the value of Groonga's lock timeout using SET GLOBAL mroonga_lock_timeout = (TIMEOUT).
- Compatibility with Tritonn’s W pragma is improved.
- Some incompatible behaviors have been fixed.
- Note that you need to fix all SQL using W pragma.
New in version 3.11 (December 30th, 2013)
- This version supports ORDER BY optimization for INT,DATETIME and TIME column.
- There was a case where searching database by combination with fulltext search (MATCH AGAINST …) and other types of columns caused a performance penalty if many records were matched by fulltext search. This issue is fixed by supporting ORDER BY optimization for the above types of columns.
- It also supports ‘BETWEEN’. Note that Groonga 3.1.1 is required.
New in version 3.10 (November 30th, 2013)
New in version 3.09 (October 29th, 2013)
- 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.
New in version 3.08 (September 30th, 2013)
- Supported REPAIR TABLE for broken groonga database.
New in version 3.07 (August 30th, 2013)
- 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.
New in version 3.06 (July 30th, 2013)
- This version 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).