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    • Andy Postnikov's avatar
      main/mariadb: security upgrade to 10.3.11 · 3468bf85
      Andy Postnikov authored
      - CVE-2018-3282
      - CVE-2016-9843
      - CVE-2018-3174
      - CVE-2018-3143
      - CVE-2018-3156
      - CVE-2018-3251
      - CVE-2018-3185
      - CVE-2018-3277
      - CVE-2018-3162
      - CVE-2018-3173
      - CVE-2018-3200
      - CVE-2018-3284
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    • Gustavo Romero's avatar
      aports/mariadb: remove glibc dep on ppc · 17f250dd
      Gustavo Romero authored
      Remove dependency on glibc by using gcc builtin function and no glibc
      wrappers.
      
      Currently there are no surrogates in musl for:
      
        __ppc_get_timebase()
        __ppc_set_ppr_low()
        __ppc_set_ppr_med()
      
      however glibc __ppc_get_timebase() is just a wrapper for GCC builtin
      __builtin_get_timebase() available since GCC 4.8 [1], so assuming that
      aports on ppc64le will never be built using GCC < 4.8 we can just
      switch directly to the GCC builtin function.
      
      Also __ppc_set_ppr_{low,med}() are not available on musl but both
      are simple glibc wrappers on a single asm instruction, hence there
      is no harm in using asm directly instead. Actually, using asm
      directly was the first solution adopted in MariaDB [2].
      
      [1] https://goo.gl/jxLV6O
      [2] https://goo.gl/9bjuVC
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