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Bug #8030

Missing x86_64 architecture for mysql and mysql-client packages in Alpine v3.3

Added by Vladimir Volkov over 1 year ago. Updated over 1 year ago.

Status:
Closed
Priority:
Immediate
Assignee:
Category:
Package update
Target version:
Start date:
10/23/2017
Due date:
% Done:

0%

Estimated time:
1.00 h
Affected versions:
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Description

Hi Natanael,

We found that packages mentioned in the ticket name was deleted.
Can you build and add them again? Or there is some serious reason to don't have them there?

Thanks,
Vlad

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#1 Updated by Ahmad Syazwan over 1 year ago

Vladimir Volkov wrote:

Hi Natanael,

We found that packages mentioned in the ticket name was deleted.
Can you build and add them again? Or there is some serious reason to don't have them there?

Thanks,
Vlad

Just to add to this:

├─<missing> Size: 4.8 MB
│ └─606fed0878ec Size: 0.0 B Tags: alpine:3.3  <===
│   ├─50e7a80e2cbf Size: 188.5 MB              <=== mysql
│   │ └─03a67dc4e7ba Size: 0.0 B
│   │   └─da492fbd5ad9 Size: 0.0 B
│   │     └─ca3525a4b6cd Size: 0.0 B
│   │       └─64d6abbc5c6c Size: 1.4 KB
│   │         └─238e140a3f4c Size: 0.0 B Tags: -:latest
│   └─6094fce8476d Size: 3.2 MB
│     └─f3f6f3ad8245 Size: 0.0 B
│       └─52e84abc06bd Size: 69.9 MB
│         └─04b056d62062 Size: 0.0 B
│           └─90a3a596abb6 Size: 73.9 KB
│             └─20402177daaa Size: 0.0 B
│               ├─e6b94fcdfdc2 Size: 56.0 B
│               │ └─aa5704fdde47 Size: 0.0 B
│               │   └─a39b6c9da41e Size: 80.0 B
│               │     └─7f2cd81e9f7d Size: 3.1 KB
│               │       └─2135c99a070f Size: 41.3 MB Tags: -:latest

And the next layer 50e7a80e2cbf Size: 188.5 MB

"Cmd": [
                "/bin/sh",
                "-c",
                "apk add --no-cache mysql mysql-client && rm -f /var/cache/apk/*" 
            ],

About 3 months ago Alpine 3.3 amd64 arch was able to build my mysql image. Then about 6 weeks ago the same build failed and we found out mysql is no longer available for 3:3 x64.

I understand that the easy solution is to upgrade to Alpine 3.4 but the point is how can a package go missing like that?

Thanks!

#2 Updated by Natanael Copa over 1 year ago

  • Priority changed from High to Immediate

I got a bit confused because we switched to mariadb since v3.2. We do provide a compat 'mysql', which pulls in mariadb, which explains why it used to work for you.

It looks like mariadb is missing. This should not have happened.

#3 Updated by Natanael Copa over 1 year ago

  • Status changed from New to Resolved

This should now be fixed.

#4 Updated by Vladimir Volkov over 1 year ago

Perfect, many thanks for the prompt fix.

#5 Updated by Natanael Copa over 1 year ago

  • Status changed from Resolved to Closed

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