Re: New Postgresql problems
Andreas Barth wrote:
> * Martin Pitt (email@example.com) [050504 15:05]:
> > Martin Schulze [2005-05-04 12:29 +0200]:
> > > Martin Pitt wrote:
> > > > Martin Schulze [2005-05-04 7:53 +0200]:
> > > > > Since testing is frozen now, the update for sarge should go via
> > > > > security. Since testing and sid share the same version, the
> > > > > package would then migrate into sid as well.
> > > > Hmm, as far as I understood, I could as well upload into sid and ask
> > > > debian-release to push the package into sarge? Or would you prefer
> > > > doing a security update, even if Sarge is not yet released?
> > >
> > > Let's decide this when the packages are ready. Officially security
> > > support has started, hence via security. However, if the packages
> > > will be available soon and the chances that they're built against
> > > wrong libraries are low, they can go via sid as well.
> > I just uploaded 7.4.7-6 into Sid with urgency=high. I tested the debs
> > on my server which runs Sarge, they install fine and both the upgrade
> > and a fresh installation do not have the vulnerabilities any more. The
> > only difference between Sarge and Sid is now the security fix. For
> > your interest, here is the changeset:
> > http://firstname.lastname@example.org/postgresql--devel--1--patch-41?log
> > Joey, Debian Release Team: Please let me know whether you can push the
> > Sid version into Sarge, or you prefer a separate testing-security
> > upload (which would differ only by the changelog version, though).
> That's more or less Joeys decision if he wants to push the package via
> testing-security (well, it might be a good test for that :). For us,
> pushing via unstable also works.
Since the package *has* been uploaded into sid already, it doesn't make
sense to to another upload and keep buildds busy just for the sake of it.
> (And, just for the record, I was not able to see 7.4.7-6 already in sid,
> but just -5 in incoming.)
It's rather vice versa:
postgresql testing 7.4.7-5 alpha arm hppa i386 ia64 m68k mips mipsel powerpc s390 sparc source
postgresql unstable 7.4.7-5 alpha arm hppa i386 ia64 m68k mips mipsel powerpc s390 sparc source
and -6 is in incoming.
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