[debian-mysql] Bug#917276: mysql-defaults and MariaDB 10.3

Ivo De Decker ivodd at debian.org
Wed Dec 26 16:49:21 GMT 2018


On Tue, Dec 25, 2018 at 02:29:01PM +0200, Otto Kekäläinen wrote:
> Source: mysql-defaults
> Version: 1.0.5
> Severity: serious
> Justification: makes the package in question unusable or mostly so
> The package has been updated to depend on Mariadb 10.3, which is
> currently available only in Debian unstable. This serious bug report
> is done to prevent mysql-defaults from entering Debian testing before
> mariadb-10.3 has done so.

The migration from unstable to testing checks (among other things) for
installability, so the dependency on mariadb 10.3 will prevent mysql-defaults
from migrating to testing before mariadb-10.3, even without this bug. If that
is the only reason for this bug, it is unnecessary.

Please note that the RC bugs and autopkgtest regressions for mariadb-10.3 and
mysql-defaults (and their rdeps) will prevent the migration to testing and
need to be fixed first.



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