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I was following Set up Demo Site for Theming Practice; then, I realized that, since Drupal 9 is out, by default Drupal 9 is installed instead of Drupa 8.x is installed when running composer create-project drupal/recommended-project $SITE_NAME.

So I continued along. I was fine, until I came to the install local site. I got this error:

The database server version 10.2.31-MariaDB-1:10.2.31+maria~bionic-log is less than the minimum required version 10.3.7.

Since I'm using ddev and docker, does this mean I need to upgrade my MariaDB version used inside of my image? if so, how do I do that?

A step by step solution explaining each step would be really helpful.

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Yes, you need to update MariaDB. Just "cd" to your ddev project directory in the terminal and issue the following commands:

ddev config --mariadb-version=10.4

and then

ddev restart

That's it! Good luck:)

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You can edit the version of mariaDB used in .ddev/config.yaml.

database:
  type: mariadb
  version: "10.6"

Then ddev restart to pull in the new mariaDB docker image.

Note that ddev is now only supporting LTS versions of mariaDB, so if you are developing on a SaaS such as PlatformSH that offers support for non-LTS versions of mariaDB, you may need to change the ddev mariaDB version to something that ddev supports. Some ddev addons may automatically convert the ddev version for you.

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