Re: New PostgreSQL security/bug fix releases: 8.4.5, 8.3.12 [CVE-2010-3433]
On Mon, October 11, 2010 12:06, Martin Pitt wrote:
> Martin Pitt [2010-10-11 11:36 +0200]:
>> Sorry about that. As discussed on #debian-release, I uploaded an
>> identical package (except for a lower version number) to t-p-u.
> ... but that failed:
> Reject Reasons:
> postgresql-client_8.4.5-0squeeze1_all.deb: old version (8.4.4-1) in
> unstable <= new version (8.4.5-0squeeze1) targeted at
> (those are all the arch:all binaries)
> I don't quite understand this message. First, it doesn't make much
> sense, since it relates unstable with testing,
Package versions in testing / t-p-u must not be higher than those in
unstable; afaics from that point of view the message is entirely logical?
> and second the current
> version of these packages in testing is 8.4.4-2, and in unstable it is
> 8.4.5-1, so I don't know where it takes the 8.4.4-1 from?
It's a side-effect of
libpq5 | 8.4.4-1 | unstable | hurd-i386
(and similar for all the other architecture-dependent packages)