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Differences between Ubuntu and what we are doing to resolve them.

Open Issues

Issue

Debian Bug

Ubuntu Bug

Comments

apparmor

n/a

948481

From what little I know about apparmor it looks good. However there is no way I would feel comfortable with backporting those changes without more discussion. I am inclined to start by posting something on debian-devel. - periapt; I believe there is some work going on to bring optional apparmor support to Debian. I'll chat w/ Jamie Strandboge this week at UDS about it. IIRC, just leaving the apparmor stuff in will be a noop on boxes without AppArmor on Debian. - clint

upstart

n/a

n/a

upstart is an Ubuntu replacement for init. Given there is also systemd and conceivably launchd, I doubt upstart will ever be the default on Debian - especially if it is not ported to other archs. debian/mysql-server-5.5.files, debian/mysql-server-5.5.mysql.upstart, debian/mysql-server-5.5.postrm

Open Issues to be resolved in Ubuntu

Issue

Debian Bug

Ubuntu Bug

Comments

cruft

n/a

n/a

debian/libmysqlclient16.postinst, debian/libmysqld-5.5-pic.files, debian/libmysqld-5.5-pic.README.Debian

link client programs dynamically

n/a

n/a

This should be dropped. There is a bug open in mysql about it. Basically upstream does not think it is safe to dynamically link mysql to libmysqlclient because they use private symbols that may change w/o an ABI bump. I'll find the reference if you like.

gcc version

Thorsten Glaser

n/a

I've been asked by our compiler team to see if we can drop that in Ubuntu as well. I think we can for 5.5, but we need to be sure.

Pending Issues

Issue

Debian Bug

Ubuntu Bug

Version

mysql and mysqlcheck split off into separate package

n/a

n/a

current unstable branch in svn

fix-mysqldump-test

n/a

n/a

unstable branch in svn

Resolved Issues

Issue

Debian Bug

Ubuntu Bug

Version

test suite meta package

n/a

959683

5.5.35+dfsg-2

mailx

535496

n/a

5.5.35+dfsg-2

file clash

666721

912487

5.5.23-2