Re: Sarge release for amd64 - Please help to fix the remaining bugs
On Tue, May 03, 2005 at 12:15:43AM -0700, Steve Langasek wrote:
> On Tue, May 03, 2005 at 03:54:10AM +0200, Adrian Bunk wrote:
> > On Fri, Apr 29, 2005 at 09:10:10PM -0700, Steve Langasek wrote:
> > > On Fri, Apr 29, 2005 at 10:52:02PM -0500, Adam M. wrote:
> > > > >Ideally, we would have agreement to update all of the following packages to
> > > > >libmysqlclient12 at the same time:
> > > > I would suggest that libmysqlclient14 should be used if possible. MySQL
> > > > has changed the way passwords are stored in the database and this
> > > > prevents clients from connecting to MySQL databases unless old-passwords
> > > > option is enabled (which it is in Debian). libmysqlclient12 clients
> > > > cannot connect to MySQL 4.1.x and newer databases unless old password is
> > > > explicitly used or enabled.
> > > That's not true. It's only libmysqlclient10 that can't connect using the
> > > new protocol.
> > >...
> > Please check the facts before spreading such misinformation.
> Indeed, the facts *were* checked; a libmysqlclient12 can connect to a MySQL
> 4.1 server on Debian using the default password hash algorithm.
> Unfortunately, it turns out this is because the Debian package has changed
> the default.
> Had I been aware of this three months ago, I almost certainly would have
> been trying to get people to switch to libmysqlclient14 instead of
> libmysqlclient12. :/
What exactly did you check?
Where did libmysqlclient10 fail for you while libmysqlclient12 worked?
To confirm that libmysqlclient10 works fine with MySQL 4.1 servers, I
recompiled PHP4 with libmysqlclient10 and it worked like a charm (with
old_passwords in the MySQL server).
> Steve Langasek
BTW: The interaction between the two MySQL server packages in
unstable/sarge at purge time is *ahem* interesting.
They are really time bombs ready to explode in a few days or
It seems RC bugs are required for both of them...
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