MySQL Workbench 6.3.10 GA has been released

Dear MySQL users,

The MySQL developer tools team announces 6.3.10 as our GA release for
MySQL Workbench 6.3.

For the full list of changes in this revision, visit

For discussion, join the MySQL Workbench Forums:

Download MySQL Workbench 6.3.10 GA now, for Windows, macOS 10.11+,
Oracle Linux 7, Fedora 26 and 27, Ubuntu 16.04 and 17.10
or sources, from:


Changes in MySQL Workbench 6.3.10 (2017-11-15)
Bugs Fixed

* Performance information within the Administration –
Dashboard tab demonstrated a slow rate of refresh on
hosts running macOS High Sierra. (Bug #26921498)

* Tooltips within the Administration – Dashboard tab did
not display when the mouse pointer was paused over each
performance graph and the host was running macOS High
Sierra. (Bug #26921467)

* Table objects did not display with the Show Selection
button during the migration process on hosts running
macOS High Sierra. As a result, source objects could not
be selected for inclusion or exclusion. (Bug #26921431)

* Queries executed with the Limit Rows value set to “Don’t
Limit” did not display rows in the result grid on hosts
running macOS High Sierra. (Bug #26921372)

* Executing a query in MySQL Workbench on a host running
macOS High Sierra failed to load the result grid
completely, which prevented result data from appearing
within the Result Grid tab. (Bug #26826418, Bug #87714)

* Performing a keyword search in the EER Diagram Editor on
hosts running macOS High Sierra caused MySQL Workbench to
exit unexpectedly. (Bug #26428849, Bug #87020)

* Forward engineering a physical database design did not
operate as expected on hosts running macOS High Sierra.
(Bug #25979928, Bug #86146)

On Behalf of the MySQL/Oracle Release Engineering Team,
Hery Ramilison

13 thoughts on “MySQL Workbench 6.3.10 GA has been released”

    1. Yes, this is only a bug fix release that mostly addresses macOS 10.13 issues which made MySQL Workbench to lose some key functionality. A bigger release will follow later.

  1. Thomas, you can install the 64bit Access driver to make this work. When you search online you will also find postings where people explain how they installed both 32bit and 64bit variants.

    For the INSTALL file: thanks we will take care.

  2. Hi Mike,

    I’m just embarking on teaching myself MySQL and using Workbench to build a data chema (language?). I’m actually spear-heading a project and have completed a data schema using Workbench. (6.3.6 511 CE on LinuxMint) But, I have some questions and would love to find someone who could review and then answer a few questions. This is a charitable initiative and it’s all being done by volunteers. I’m the guy doing the database end of the work.

    Can you point me in a direction where someone would be able to have a look at my/our EER diagram and explain a couple of things?

    Thanks in advance for you consideration.

    1. Jeff, best is probably to use our forum or ask questions on Stack Overflow. There are plenty of resources for MySQL in general out there. MySQL Workbench just makes it easier to work with a server and I’m happy to help you with individual problems, e.g. on SO.

  3. Well considering there was only 1 substantial release last year, hopefully development will be a little more quick this year. The bugs have been building up in the tracker!

    1. MySQL Workbench 8 is part of the concerted effort around the MySQL Server 8 release. All particpating components jump to version 8 and continue from there (see also e.g. the connectors).

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