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  1. MariaDB Server
  2. MDEV-21432

[DISCUSS] Don't see ARM release information in MariaDB download page




      Sorry, I'm an newbee in Mariadb. I think about where post this discussion. I think most of developers might aware server part. So I'm here. . I'm so sorry about this and raise here if I post this in the wrong place, and hope team could point out the right place if possible. Thanks.

      The question is:

      I want to make clear a thing about the Mariadb download page. Hope team could give some advices or help. As I had sent out an discussion to maria-docs and maria-dev mailist, but didn't get some help. So I think I may get something in dev channel.

      When I want to download a aarch64 mariadb package, I'm failed to search any information in the content of page [1].
      But I tried to search the RPM/DEB package, such as in 'Red Hat, Fedora, and CentOS Packages' and 'Debian and Ubuntu Packages', and
      I can see there are ARM(aarch64/arm64) specific packages in these linked pages [2].
      And documentation in [1] just say OS/CPU with "RedHat/CentOS/Fedora (x86, x86_64, ppc64, ppc64le)". It seems that there is difference
      between the documentation with real released packages.
      That's why I'm here to want to make it clear and discuss with team. How about add 'aarch64' in the OS/CPU description?

      I think that would be great if community could fix that, because it is good for users. They could get what they want from MariaDB download page(MariaDB docs related).

      Thanks very much.

      [1] https://downloads.mariadb.org/mariadb/10.5.0/
      [2] http://ftp.igh.cnrs.fr/pub/mariadb//mariadb-10.5.0/yum/




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