[debian-mysql] stretch-pu review: package mariadb-10.1/10.1.24-0+deb9u1
otto at debian.org
Tue Jul 18 07:11:29 UTC 2017
2017-07-15 0:56 GMT+03:00 Ian Jackson <ijackson at chiark.greenend.org.uk>:
> of the package. To clarify: the proposal is to upgrade from
> 10.1_10.1.23-9+deb9u1 to this 10.1.24-0+deb9u1.
> I wasn't able to find the upstream changelog in the source package.
> Admittedly I didn't look very hard - I eyeballed the source package.
> There doesn't seem to be any discussion from the proponent to explain
> what the upstream changes are and why (or whether) they are desirable.
* New upstream version 10.1.24, includes fixes for the following
high-priority regression fixes:
+ MDEV-11842: Fail to insert on a table where a field has no default
+ MDEV-12075: innodb_use_fallocate does not work in MariaDB
Ondrej can chip in himself on the priority of those items.
I don't know more, but I can reply on a generic level that MariaDB
release notes (summary) and full release notes can be found here:
CVEs are listed here: https://mariadb.com/kb/en/mariadb/security/
Currently no known CVEs apply for 10.1.24 or 10.1.25, but quite often
it turns out afterwards that releases also fixed security issues.
Traditionally both MySQL and MariaDB have had their stable micro
releases go into stable updates of both Debian and Ubuntu. If these
upstreams decide it makes sense to make a stable micro release, then
usually it also makes sense for distros to ship them either via
security updates or via pu releases.
More information about the pkg-mysql-maint