I know I'm going to sound like a broken record here, but CentOS 8 support seems to have been coming "any day now" since forever. OK, sorry, that's an exaggeration, but a month ago when I was looking at setting up a new VPS (which I had to do on CentOS 7 because Virtualmin isn't ready for 8), it was definitely just around the corner.
And looking through old support tickets people have been begging for MariaDB 10 support since about 2013, the year after it was released.
We now have a perfect storm where support for MariaDB 5.5 runs out in 17 days, but in order to have a reasonably fresh system -- CentOS 8 with MariaDB 10 -- you have to do it without Virtualmin. (I realise there won't be a mushroom cloud on the horizon in 17 days, but that is the date when 5.5 reaches end of life.)
What to do? Can we have a fresh estimate on CentOS 8 support please? Thanks.