[Pkg-roundcube-maintainers] Bug#688634: roundcube-sqlite upgrade causes serious data-loss

Vincent Bernat bernat at debian.org
Sat Mar 2 20:37:06 UTC 2013

 ❦  2 mars 2013 01:17 CET, Russ Allbery <rra at debian.org> :

> After reviewing the bug discussion, I believe the correct thing to do here
> is to remove the roundcube-sqlite package from wheezy entirely.  That will
> block an upgrade from squeeze by forcing the admin to realize that they
> have to switch database backends, which is exactly the desired behavior
> (since there's no automated conversion process available).  That's much
> better than a release note, since it blocks the upgrade until the admin
> decides what they want to do.
> Having a transitional package only makes sense when there is an automated
> transition available, and there isn't one here.  The admin is going to
> have to take manual database actions, so we should fail the upgrade until
> they've done that and are prepared for the transition.
> Does that make sense?  Do you need any help preparing that for wheezy?

If we agree this is the best solution (I agree too), despite the fact
that the roundcube-sqlite package was introduced back because of bug
#677803, I will do an upload removing it again in the next days.

Thanks for your input.
printk("HPFS: Grrrr... Kernel memory corrupted ... going on, but 
        it'll crash very soon :-(\n");
        2.4.3 linux/fs/hpfs/super.c
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