[pkg-bacula-devel] [pkg-bacula-commits] [bacula] 01/01: restore entries for version 9.0.4+dfg-3 to debian/changelog

Sven Hartge sven at svenhartge.de
Sun Nov 5 20:21:59 UTC 2017

On 05.11.2017 21:15, Carsten Leonhardt wrote:
>> Huh? I wonder how I lost them. Somehow my back and forth with "dch -r"
>> must have deleted the second changelog entry without me noticing. Strange.
> I wondered where the CVE reference went :-)
> I'll probably upload the current state later, testing migration is
> blocked by mariadb anyway...

We should fix the "CacheRetention BIGINT UNSIGNED DEFAULT" confusion for
mysql before that. I did the same for the sqlite3 case during merging,
as you noticed and from looking at the code, I think "UNSIGNED" is the
correct value here. So fixing update_mysql_tables.in to also use
UNSIGNED would be correct, AFAICS.

Postgres does not have "bigint UNSIGNED" because Postgres plainly does
not have any unsigned data types, you have to "emulate" such data types
by defining a domain with an additional constraint.


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