[Bug 307773] Re: apparmor profile in hardy inhibits replication slave

Andreas Olsson andreas at arrakis.se
Fri Jan 23 20:36:04 GMT 2009


There is a bug here somewhere, just not the obvious one :)

Actually apparmor handles mysql replication without any trouble on a
fresh hardy install.

The problem arises from the fact that the default relay-log changes from
gutsy to hardy. In gutsy it is /var/run/mysqld-relay-bin.*  while hardy
uses /var/run/mysqld-relay-bin.*.

By the way, how did you manage to upgrade your mysql-slave from gutsy to
hardy without breaking (except the apparmor part) its replication? I
used do-release-upgrade and it somehow managed to sabotage my relay-
bin:s in different ways, depending on whatever I kept  a relay-log= in
my my.cnf or not.

If you don't object I'll mark this bug as invalid, as it really isn't a
problem with the apparmor profiles in Hardy. Instead I believe we should
create a new bug, dealing with the issues of upgrading a mysql-slave
from Gutsy to Hardy.

** Changed in: mysql-dfsg-5.0 (Ubuntu)
       Status: New => Incomplete

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apparmor profile in hardy inhibits replication slave
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