Aurora MySQL database engine updates: 2017-01-12 (version 1.10.1) (Deprecated) - Amazon Aurora
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Aurora MySQL database engine updates: 2017-01-12 (version 1.10.1) (Deprecated)

Version: 1.10.1

Version 1.10.1 of Aurora MySQL is an opt-in version and is not used to patch your database instances. It is available for creating new Aurora instances and for upgrading existing instances. You can apply the patch by choosing a cluster in the Amazon RDS console, choosing Cluster Actions, and then choosing Upgrade Now. Patching requires a database restart with downtime typically lasting 5-30 seconds, after which you can resume using your DB clusters. This patch is using a cluster patching model where all nodes in an Aurora cluster are patched at the same time.

New features

  • Advanced Auditing – Aurora MySQL provides a high-performance Advanced Auditing feature, which you can use to audit database activity. For more information about enabling and using Advanced Auditing, see Using Advanced Auditing with an Aurora MySQL DB cluster in the Amazon Aurora User Guide.

Improvements

  • Fixed an issue with spatial indexing when creating a column and adding an index on it in the same statement.

  • Fixed an issue where spatial statistics aren't persisted across DB cluster restart.