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Fedora Core 4 Update: mysql-4.1.12-2.FC4.1 Print E-mail
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Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Fedora Update to MySQL 4.1.12 (includes a low-impact security fix, see bz#158689). Repair some issues in openssl support. Re-enable the old ISAM table type.
Fedora Update Notification

Product     : Fedora Core 4
Name        : mysql
Version     : 4.1.12                      
Release     : 2.FC4.1                  
Summary     : MySQL client programs and shared library.
Description :
MySQL is a multi-user, multi-threaded SQL database server. MySQL is a
client/server implementation consisting of a server daemon (mysqld)
and many different client programs and libraries. This package
contains the MySQL client programs, the client shared library, and
generic MySQL files.

Update Information:

Update to MySQL 4.1.12 (includes a low-impact security fix, see bz#158689).
Repair some issues in openssl support.
Re-enable the old ISAM table type.
* Tue Jul 12 2005 Tom Lane  4.1.12-2.FC4.1
- Update to MySQL 4.1.12 (includes a fix for bz#158688, bz#158689)
- Extend mysql-test-ssl.patch to solve rpl_openssl test failure (bz#155850)
- Update mysql-lock-ssl.patch to match the upstream committed version
- Add --with-isam to re-enable the old ISAM table type, per bz#159262
- Add dependency on openssl-devel per bz#159569
- Remove manual.txt, as upstream decided not to ship it anymore;
  it was redundant with the file anyway.
- Fix buffer overflow newly exposed in isam code; it's the same issue
  previously found in myisam, and not very exciting, but I'm tired of
  seeing build warnings.

* Mon May  9 2005 Tom Lane  4.1.11-4
- Include proper locking for OpenSSL in the server, per bz#155850

* Mon Apr 25 2005 Tom Lane  4.1.11-3
- Enable openssl tests during build, per bz#155850
- Might as well turn on --disable-dependency-tracking

This update can be downloaded from:

774460107972d53004a6a2008caebc72  SRPMS/mysql-4.1.12-2.FC4.1.src.rpm
e45f42d42cf30b5b78a2d549f0e25847  ppc/mysql-4.1.12-2.FC4.1.ppc.rpm
98c3ccc6b9fddc04e939e533773ec789  ppc/mysql-server-4.1.12-2.FC4.1.ppc.rpm
cd0089e82da75b84e7db807d1d61dc4d  ppc/mysql-devel-4.1.12-2.FC4.1.ppc.rpm
1ab9651bdc3f25ce5d8608b6e52e296c  ppc/mysql-bench-4.1.12-2.FC4.1.ppc.rpm
f13f7b728be053fae4306a5fb3da9b77  ppc/debug/mysql-debuginfo-4.1.12-2.FC4.1.ppc.rpm
d7579b55ca0523ee093562ca80be3647  ppc/mysql-4.1.12-2.FC4.1.ppc64.rpm
657bb78043fdb9fbc4ab51d9153f147b  x86_64/mysql-4.1.12-2.FC4.1.x86_64.rpm
c522150d70660d88a0c3ab44a2cfa4ba  x86_64/mysql-server-4.1.12-2.FC4.1.x86_64.rpm
cb21a91f82c0b39d227c0aaa4d498f53  x86_64/mysql-devel-4.1.12-2.FC4.1.x86_64.rpm
0187d563d0cdecec49375c9b39e5c116  x86_64/mysql-bench-4.1.12-2.FC4.1.x86_64.rpm
85d8d44fc23c0c3960dc825937fa02e2  x86_64/debug/mysql-debuginfo-4.1.12-2.FC4.1.x86_64.rpm
97de47bd2c66fc9e213f9484d04db852  x86_64/mysql-4.1.12-2.FC4.1.i386.rpm
97de47bd2c66fc9e213f9484d04db852  i386/mysql-4.1.12-2.FC4.1.i386.rpm
3999316e1bea7bc0b832447a59870b98  i386/mysql-server-4.1.12-2.FC4.1.i386.rpm
1137e6778dc99f56df1c8c0eb462338b  i386/mysql-devel-4.1.12-2.FC4.1.i386.rpm
657113d7ec9d26971f064035ab410a7b  i386/mysql-bench-4.1.12-2.FC4.1.i386.rpm
f7c8443e9d551b7fc2651c98195a24e1  i386/debug/mysql-debuginfo-4.1.12-2.FC4.1.i386.rpm

This update can also be installed with the Update Agent; you can
launch the Update Agent with the 'up2date' command.  

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