[ubuntu/bionic-security] mariadb-10.1 1:10.1.40-0ubuntu0.18.04.1 (Accepted)

Eduardo dos Santos Barretto eduardo.barretto at canonical.com
Wed Jun 5 15:51:23 UTC 2019

mariadb-10.1 (1:10.1.40-0ubuntu0.18.04.1) bionic-security; urgency=medium

  * SECURITY UPDATE: New upstream version 10.1.40. Includes previous
    upstream release 10.1.39 which included fixes for the following
    security vulnerabilities:
    - CVE-2019-2627
    - CVE-2019-2614
  * Amend previous changelog entries to include newly released CVE numbers.
  * Skip test 'innodb_ft_result_cache_limit_32' on s390x introduced as
    disabled in 10.1.37 and enabled in 10.1.38. The test failure is
    insignificant. See upstream ssue MDEV-19387 for details.

mariadb-10.1 (1:10.1.38-0ubuntu0.18.04.2) bionic; urgency=medium

  * Restore tests to stop autopkgtest failures, by adding commits
    from debian git (salsa) listed below (LP: #1824335)
  * Revert "Remove the mariadb-test-* packages"
    - debian commit 96d3f8abcbe51894d0a5f7c7cadd5219e0dc2823
  * Omit test plugins as they are not used by the tests and
    already deleted
    - debian commit 902dffe6683e43d5134b9c9b9057b42372cd47fc
  * Define autopkgtest with isolation-container to allow service
    - debian commit 596c2581176102b29751786e5d8fac05dde3a3e4
  * Utilize upstream unstable-tests list in tests/upstream
    - debian commit 33d85312840a625c1d607601b77c45f138405cfe
  * Fix typo in commit 33d853128 so skip list is not reset when
    adding lines
    - debian commit 18480afc86838a28cd9ba89e942330c2038011e2
  * Mark selected tests as unstable so they don't stop the whole
    upload in vain
    - debian commit d44ece56d7e54c7940bebe6a4614a03c1c8621f2
  * Disable test unit.pcre_test on s390x that was failing in
    - debian commit d44ece56d7e54c7940bebe6a4614a03c1c8621f2

Date: 2019-06-04 19:19:16.531333+00:00
Signed-By: Eduardo dos Santos Barretto <eduardo.barretto at canonical.com>
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