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  1. Jira Cloud
  2. JRACLOUD-32347

JIRA should support MariaDB


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      Atlassian Status as of 28 April 2015

      Hello All,

      Given our current product priorities and other high ranking JAC issues we do not have plans to add MariaDB support in the foreseeable future.
      If anyone has DB vendor/type marketshare information - I'd love to see it to make an assessment of whether to add this to our supported platforms.
      When choosing to add a supported platform we assess the expected benefit of minimising the number of supported platforms vs. the level of tech debt that reduces our development velocity.

      Thanks for your feedback and we hope you appreciate our open approach to these requests.

      Danke schoen,
      Otto Ruettinger
      JIRA Principal Product Manager

      Problem Definition

      JIRA does not officially document the support of Maria DB, or indicate any support for this. As some major Linux distributions are moving to use MariaDB and the functionality is similar, it would be good to provide support for this Database version.

      Suggested Solution

      Officially support MariaDB for JIRA, including adding documentation and any other articles as required.


      MySQL can be installed on RHEL, Oracle Linux, CentOS and Fedora using the MySQL Yum repository, https://dev.mysql.com/downloads/repo/yum/. The Quick Guide to Using the MySQL Yum Repository walks through how to configure the repository and install MySQL.

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            aquadrospetry Andre Quadros Petry (Inactive)
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