[debian-mysql] Bug#914172: mariadb-server-10.1: mariadb-server sec-update (10.1.37-0+deb9u1) uninstalls default-mysql-server, mysql-server, mariadb-server-10.1 & mariadb-client-10.1
lamby at debian.org
Mon Dec 3 22:12:07 GMT 2018
Jeremy Davis wrote:
> However, my searching has come up empty and I am unable to confirm
> whether or not that is indeed policy.
My quick glance at this bug report suggests there is something wrong
with your APT setup and/or unattended-upgrades. I apologise I was not
aware of all this context & history until now...
You appear to be overly-preoccupied with persuing whether adding
dependencies is a "policy" or not but it remains unclear to me what you
would do with this information either way. I have my own thoughts on
whether it is a policy, but that is entirely academic.
If you could provide a minimal testcase in Debian stretch for your
issue here, that would be ideal. Alas, downloading and applying some
custom configuration to a Turnkey appliance VM might be a request too
far for someone more-knowledgeable than me who wishing you help you,
Hope that helps.
: :' : Chris Lamb
`. `'` lamby at debian.org / chris-lamb.co.uk
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