mariadb rpms should not obsolete mysql?
Error message on an attempt of RPM upgrade from one major version to another mixes up MySQL and MariaDB
Conflicts upon installing MariaDB server over MySQL (from Oracle repo) on CentOS, RHEL, Fedora, SLES
ERROR with rpm_check_debug vs depsolve upon installation of MariaDB-shared over MySQL 5.6, 5.7 (from Oracle repo) on CentOS 5
Conflicts upon installing MariaDB server and client over mysql-server and mysql (from distribution repo) on CentOS 5
Upgrade which fails suggesting FORCE_UPGRADE is not transactional, it installs some packages but not all
Cannot install (or upgrade to) MariaDB-client on CentOS 5, 6, RHEL 5 if mysql-bench from distro is installed
MariaDB-shared cannot be installed over mysql-community-common on RHEL5
MariaDB components do not replace mysql51-mysql* or mysql55-mysql* on RHEL5 and CentOS5, instead get installed side by side
Distro's mysql server does not get removed upon installation of MariaDB and keeps running on SLES11
Upgrade from MySQL Community Edition fails with "Plugin 'auth_socket' is not loaded"