ealex

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it's been over 2 days now and still no change in cPPkgs::MySQL
this is a pretty serious vulnerability, shouldn't there be a more prompt response to this?
 

jrehmer

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ealex said:
it's been over 2 days now and still no change in cPPkgs::MySQL
this is a pretty serious vulnerability, shouldn't there be a more prompt response to this?
What is the vulnerability?
 

celliott

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Check bugzilla and vote if an entry exists, if not you will need to create one. Any updates and enhancement requests need to go there for cPanel staff to see them.
 

raventec

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Going to Current release tree updated both a CentOS 4.3 and an RHE 3 machine here. It wouldn't upgrade with the Release tree for me.
 

dan35

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raventec said:
Going to Current release tree updated both a CentOS 4.3 and an RHE 3 machine here. It wouldn't upgrade with the Release tree for me.
Same here!

cPanel team should update Apache to 1.3.37, MySQL to 4.1.21, Exim to 4.63, and so on.
 
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webignition

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raventec said:
Going to Current release tree updated both a CentOS 4.3 and an RHE 3 machine here. It wouldn't upgrade with the Release tree for me.
Odd. I'm CentOS 4.3 on the latest release (R119) have had 4.1.20 for quite a while now.

And according to http://httpupdate.cpanel.net/mysqlinstall/RELEASE/cPpkgversion, 4.1.20 should be the version for all using 4.1.x.

I don't know enough about the inner workings of cPanel to explain this one.
 

chilihost

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just tried an upcp (running Release version) on centos 4.3, and its still at 4.1.19:

This is the cPPkgs::MySQL 4.1.19 installer for Linux.
MySQL 4.1.19 is up to date