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Drupal 8 requires MySQL 5.5.3/MariaDB 5.5.20/Percona Server 5.5.8 or higher with InnoDB as the primary storage engine. If you have the right version of MariaDB, Drupal will work without you doing anything different from when using MySQL, which also means you don't need to select a different driver, or tell Drupal the database engine is not MySQL.
Be sure you are using the correct credentials for accessing the database,.

MariaDB is a drop-in replacement, which means PHP will think to be talking with MySQL, so you don't need to do anything different from when you would use MySQL.

References

Drupal 8 requires MySQL 5.5.3/MariaDB 5.5.20/Percona Server 5.5.8 or higher with InnoDB as the primary storage engine. If you have the right version of MariaDB, Drupal will work without you doing anything different from when using MySQL, which also means you don't need to select a different driver, or tell Drupal the database engine is not MySQL.
Be sure you are using the correct credentials for accessing the database,

MariaDB is a drop-in replacement, which means PHP will think to be talking with MySQL, so you don't need to do anything different from when you would use MySQL.

References

Drupal 8 requires MySQL 5.5.3/MariaDB 5.5.20/Percona Server 5.5.8 or higher with InnoDB as the primary storage engine. If you have the right version of MariaDB, Drupal will work without you doing anything different from when using MySQL, which also means you don't need to select a different driver, or tell Drupal the database engine is not MySQL.
Be sure you are using the correct credentials for accessing the database.

MariaDB is a drop-in replacement, which means PHP will think to be talking with MySQL, so you don't need to do anything different from when you would use MySQL.

References

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Drupal 8 requires MySQL 5.5.3/MariaDB 5.5.20/Percona Server 5.5.8 or higher with InnoDB as the primary storage engine. If you have the right version of MariaDB, Drupal will work without you needing havingdoing anything different from when using MySQL, which also means you don't need to select a different driver, or tell Drupal the database engine is not MySQL.*
Be sure you are using the correct credentials for accessing the database,

MariaDB is a drop-in replacement, which means PHP will think to be talking with MySQL, so you don't need to do anything different from when you would use MySQL.

References

* excluding the credentials to access the database

Drupal 8 requires MySQL 5.5.3/MariaDB 5.5.20/Percona Server 5.5.8 or higher with InnoDB as the primary storage engine. If you have the right version of MariaDB, Drupal will work without you needing having different from using MySQL.*

MariaDB is a drop-in replacement, which means PHP will think to be talking with MySQL, so you don't need to do anything different from when you would use MySQL.

References

* excluding the credentials to access the database

Drupal 8 requires MySQL 5.5.3/MariaDB 5.5.20/Percona Server 5.5.8 or higher with InnoDB as the primary storage engine. If you have the right version of MariaDB, Drupal will work without you doing anything different from when using MySQL, which also means you don't need to select a different driver, or tell Drupal the database engine is not MySQL.
Be sure you are using the correct credentials for accessing the database,

MariaDB is a drop-in replacement, which means PHP will think to be talking with MySQL, so you don't need to do anything different from when you would use MySQL.

References

2 made the answer clearer
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Drupal 8 requires MySQL 5.5.3/MariaDB 5.5.20/Percona Server 5.5.8 or higher with InnoDB as the primary storage engine. If you have the right version of MariaDB, Drupal will work without you needing having different from using MySQL.*

MariaDB is a drop-in replacement, which means PHP will think to be talking with MySQL, so you don't need to do anything different from when you would use MySQL.

References

* excluding the credentials to access the database

Drupal 8 requires MySQL 5.5.3/MariaDB 5.5.20/Percona Server 5.5.8 or higher with InnoDB as the primary storage engine. If you have the right version of MariaDB, Drupal will work without you needing having different from using MySQL.

MariaDB is a drop-in replacement, which means PHP will think to be talking with MySQL, so you don't need to do anything different from when you would use MySQL.

References

Drupal 8 requires MySQL 5.5.3/MariaDB 5.5.20/Percona Server 5.5.8 or higher with InnoDB as the primary storage engine. If you have the right version of MariaDB, Drupal will work without you needing having different from using MySQL.*

MariaDB is a drop-in replacement, which means PHP will think to be talking with MySQL, so you don't need to do anything different from when you would use MySQL.

References

* excluding the credentials to access the database

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