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Installing MariaDB on Mac OS X One of the easiest ways to install MariaDB on Mac OS X is to use Homebrew, which is an open source package manager for that platform. Before you can install it, however, you need to prepare your system. Mariadb mac-os-x. Improve this question. Follow edited Aug 20 '18 at 14:51. 2,078 3 3 gold badges 27 27 silver badges 52 52 bronze badges. Download MariaDB Server. MariaDB Server is one of the world’s most popular open source relational databases and is available in the standard repositories of all major Linux distributions. Look for the package mariadb-server using the package manager of your operating system.

MariaDB Server is one of the world’s most popular open source relational databases and is available in the standard repositories of all major Linux distributions. Look for the package mariadb-server using the package manager of your operating system. Alternatively you can use the following resources:

MariaDB Repositories

REST API

To help with automating downloads of MariaDB Server and related files, MariaDB Foundation has exposed a REST API.

Release schedule

MariaDB Foundation ensures that MariaDB Server has a steady cadence of releases. On average, MariaDB Server has had one stable major release every year. The current supported versions are: 10.2, 10.3, 10.4, 10.5, 10.6 and the development version is 10.7. Each stable version receives bug-fixes and security fixes periodically.

The roadmap is visible on jira.mariadb.org, along with estimated release dates.

Mariadb Macos Gui

Reporting bugs

The Reporting Bugs page on the Knowledge Base has details on how to report a bug.

The developers are generally happy to help with verifying bugs. If you need help, ask on Zulip, IRC or on the maria-developers mailing list.

If the bug is repeatable, it is very helpful if you create a test case for the bug for use with mysql-test-run. See Debugging MariaDB with mysql-test-run for more information.

For End of Life releases, MariaDB Foundation will not provide security updates, however outside contributors are welcome to submit security and bug fixes and backports to no-longer maintained versions.

Back in 2016, we blogged about deploying MariaDB 10.1.16 on Mac OS X with Homebrew. Homebrew now includes MariaDB 10.4, 10.3, 10.2, and 10.1 for macOS. We’ve refreshed this blog to reflect the latest technology. If you need the old blog, you can find it here.

1. Install Xcode

Run xcode-select --install.

2. Install Homebrew

Run /bin/bash -c '$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/install/master/install.sh)'.

3. Check Homebrew

Run brew doctor. Follow on-screen instructions to fix warnings if necessary.

4. Update Homebrew

Run brew update.

5. Verify MariaDB version in Homebrew repo

Run brew info mariadb.

6. Install MariaDB

Run brew install mariadb. Follow on-screen instructions to upgrade if necessary to upgrade a previously installed version.

7. Run the database installer

Mariadb Macos Client

Run mysql_install_db. Follow on-screen instructions to upgrade if necessary to upgrade a previously installed version.

8. Start MariaDB

Run mysql.server start.

9. Secure the installation

If you are installing MariaDB 10.4.6 or later:
Run mariadb-secure-installation.
If you are installing an earlier version of MariaDB:
Run mysql_secure_installation.

NOTE: If you are unsure about using unix_socket, do not enable it when asked.
NOTE: Set a root password even if the on-screen instructions tell you it is safe not to do so.

10. Connect to MariaDB

Macos Mariadb Command Line Tools

Run mariadb -u root -p.

Mariadb Macos Pkg

If you’ve installed an older version of mariadb you may need to use “mysql -u root -p” in the above command.