[clamav-users] [Clamav-devel] ClamAV(R) blog: ClamAV 0.102.0 Release Candidate is now available
Joel Esler (jesler)
jesler at cisco.com
Sat Oct 5 11:14:52 EDT 2019
This is super critical to the future of where ClamAV is headed. So, while I understand it’s a pain in the butt, we need to work out, as a community, maybe with an faq page contributed by all of us, how to get past this hurdle.
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> On Oct 5, 2019, at 09:41, Dennis Peterson <dennispe at inetnw.com> wrote:
> This particular hard requirement (libcurl) affects the communication channel which is different than causing the code to fail to run at all. So the question is do the new libcurl requirements immediately break existing systems that are not yet updated with new libcurl functionality. It is kind of a big deal to update a widely used library and creates knock-on problems from ripple effect for production systems subject to strong configuration management policies.
>> On 10/4/19 7:22 AM, G.W. Haywood via clamav-users wrote:
>> Hi there,
>>> On Fri, 4 Oct 2019, Matus UHLAR - fantomas wrote:
>>> On 03.10.19 11:05, Dennis Peterson wrote:
>>>> Does this obsolete earlier versions of ClamAV?
>>> depending on what you exactly mean by obsoleting.
>>> older versions will work and will be supported for some time.
>>> but freshclam will warn about newer version available.
>>> if you have installed clamav via any OS/distribution, you usually can trust
>>> them to provide newer version soon.
>> In case it's of any interest:
>> For several weeks I ran a mix of three versions of clamd, from both
>> 0.101.4, and 0.102rc side-by-side, all on the same machine, with no
>> problems (other than that obviously they're a little picky about
>> library versions). They all used the same set of databases, updated
>> by a single freshclam instance. A milter piped the mail to all three
>> clamd instances concurrently, and in this usage I saw no evidence of
>> any differences in their performance.
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