MySQL 5.1.47, a security-focused release, is available

MySQL 5.1.47 is now available on Dotdeb for your Lenny servers, in amd64 and i386 flavours.

This is a security-oriented release that fixes some serious flaws… Please read full changelog for more information.

Please also note that the InnoDB plugin has been upgraded to version 1.0.8 and is now considered of General Availability quality. Feel free to use it for a performance boost.

4 replies on “MySQL 5.1.47, a security-focused release, is available”

Hi all
I’ve installed this on a server. PHPMyadmin shows following warning:

Die Version der verwendeten PHP MySQL Bibliothek 5.0.51a unterscheidet sich von der Version des MySQL Servers 5.1.45. Dies kann zu unerwartetem Verhalten führen.

The version of the php mysql libary 5.0.51a is diffrent to the version of mysql server 5.1.47

how could I upgrade the mysql libary too to the 5.1.47?


@Stefan : as said in many comments on this blog, they are PHP client-side pieces of information. PHP is built against the old libmysqlclient15off (5.0.51a) to avoid Apache-related issues and segfaults.
Anyway, 5.0.51a-linked clients interacts with a 5.1.47 server without any issue. Just tweak PHPMyAdmin to avoid the display.

Thx Gullaume

Has anyone twaked PHPMyadmin an could me say wich Line I must delete?


The issue about 5.1.x and 5.0.x is really annoying… so tweak it quick’n’dirty:

@Stefan / @all: To keep updates on phpmyadmin easy without mangling the code every time, just add this line to your

define(‘PMA_MYSQL_CLIENT_API’, 501);


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