[Bug 359309] [NEW] mysql client package has broken SSL support

Todd Lipcon todd at lipcon.org
Fri Apr 10 22:32:01 BST 2009

Public bug reported:

Binary package hint: mysql-client-5.0

The OpenSSL client support in the mysql client appears to be broken. I
am unable to connect via SSL to a working SSL-enabled mysql server
(running on a redhat box).

Compiling mysql 5.0 from source with --with-openssl, I am able to
connect just fine.

After editing debian/rules to change --with-yassl to --without-yassl,
and --without-openssl to --with-openssl also fixed my problem.

This may be a bug against yassl - feel free to refile.

FWIW, the SSL certs are self-signed with no CA. (--ssl-ca=/dev/null on
the mysql client option)

Release: Intrepid
Package: 5.0.67-0ubuntu6 0


** Affects: mysql-dfsg-5.0 (Ubuntu)
     Importance: Undecided
         Status: New

mysql client package has broken SSL support
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