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Re: Review of Debian packaging file listing?
As stated on MDEV-4537, innotop is included on the mariadb-client
packages since 5.5 and the shipped version is an old one that has few
bugs as far as i remember.
From the serg comment on the MDEV it seems to be fix-planned for 10.1
but i dont know if its meaning the inclusion of an updated version or a
removal of it and from https://wiki.debian.org/Teams/MySQL/WhichPackage,
it should be put on a separate "innotop" package.
The wheezy "mysql-client-5.5" package seems to include "innotop" as well
(i havent checked which version), the mysql-client-5.6 package on Ubuntu
As a side note, the "mysqlreport" version shipped with
mariadb-client-10.0 shows two warnings when executed and the values of
the slow queries log "LOG:" and the InnoDB "Reads Ahead Sql" are empty
as the variable name for the first has changed and the second doesnt
exist anymore (the same should happen with MySQL 5.6).
I fixed these and added support for many new MariaDB features on
MDEV-573, it works perfectly on MySQL 5.1, 5.5 and MariaDB 5.5 and 10.0.
Another side note (you are not the maintainer for this package but its
related to the topic) : Debian and Ubuntu ships "mytop" as a separate
package but MariaDB have a specific mytop version which is available on
the "scripts" folder of the sources as "mytop.sh" (which is an oddity as
its a perl script), I updated it fixing some bugs, adding some features
and I just backported all interesting modifications from the latest
version shipped with Ubuntu which had many patches made since the
MariaDB specific version has been forked.
It is available on MDEV-4476, it works perfectly on MySQL 5.1, 5.5 and
MariaDB 5.5 and 10.0 (i havent tested other versions). I listed on my
last comment on the MDEV the differences that might be *problematic*
between the Ubuntu shipped version (with patches applied) and mine.
Le 21/12/2014 10:24, Otto Kekäläinen a écrit :
I recently updated my build scripts to automatically generate a file
listing for each commit in in the Debian packaging "pool" I have.
Here is a recent one:
It is now very easy to review and track what files are in what package.
Could somebody please quickly review that file and tell me if you spot:
- any files in wrong package and should be moved?
- any package that has too few files and maybe something missing?
- any file attributes that might be wrong or insecure?
- should any of the MariaDB plugins deserve to be shipped as a
separate package? (apart from current connect and oqgraph)