Last update to stable was on March 10thWe've seen two recent major updates in the STABLE branch which didn't come in a new version and didn't have a changelog.
Does this mean these changes are security related and thats why they were done "under the radar"?
Updating MySQL Server...MySQL Setup Script Version 7.0 Fetching http://httpupdate.cpanel.net/mysqlinstall/CURRENT/cPpkgversion (0)[email protected]%...100%......Done Loaded cPPkgs::MySQL ok! This is the cPPkgs::MySQL 5.0.51a installer for Linux. MySQL 5.0.51a is up to date Install Complete
Newer (meaning not yet available in public releases) RPMs will have the changelog embedded in the RPM, viewable with the --changelog flag.I am aware that the update performs checks on the system and i'm not talking about them, instead i'm more interested in the cPanel-dependant applications which are updated without a changelog, like Exim for example.
It would be nice if we knew what changed and those not using automatic updates will be able to choose if they'll go for the update or not.
At least its possible to get a changelog for the official operating system RPMs (CentOS for example).
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