|Title||AG should note broken MySQL versions|
|Assigned user||Nick Barnes|
|Description||MySQL 3.23.29-gamma and 3.23.29a-gamma are broken, in that they stop Bugzilla logins from working. We should note these in the Prerequisites section of the AG.|
|Analysis||MySQL 3.23.29-gamma and 3.23.29a-gamma stops encrypted Bugzilla passwords from being stored or accessed correctly. The details here are not important. We can't test dynamically for this, because we can't connect to these broken MySQLs. In the prerequisites section of the AG we should note that we don't work with these versions. We should also catch a failure to connect to MySQL (in configure_bugzilla.py) and try to give a helpful error message.|
GDR 2001-05-14: According to , MySQL 3.23.30 works with Bugzilla.
 Discussion in netscape.public.mozilla.webtools. See in particular <
|Created by||Nick Barnes|
|Created on||2001-01-11 14:17:41|
|Last modified by||Gareth Rees|
|Last modified on||2001-12-10 19:17:57|
|History||2001-01-11 NB Created.|
2001-01-16 RB Set priority to "essential".
2001-01-18 RB Downgraded to "nice". We already say which versions of MySQL we support and this isn't even a proper release of MySQL and it's not even compatible with Bugzilla, let alone us, so I don't think it's very important that we document the problem in our manual.
2001-05-14 GDR Added more analysis.
|8905||closed||2001-02-22 12:41:21||Nick Barnes||Added notes on MySQLdb and MySQL versions.|