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From:Reindl Harald Date:January 10 2012 12:18pm
Subject:Re: hide server-version at connect?
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Am 10.01.2012 12:44, schrieb Johan De Meersman:
> 
> I suppose the assumption is that any client needs the server version to figure out 
> the compatible set of capabilities, as there is no separate protocol versioning
> afaik.

sure? what's the binary between version and "mysql_native_password"?

5.5.19-log�voI^}{rL��a'9,l]o7_\1}mysql_native_password

> I suppose you could change the version in the source to the lowest that has the 
> full featureset you need.

hmm - all servers/clients are Fedora with the same versions :-)
mysql 5.5 would be enough i guess, but how to create a patch for
rpmbuild which must not be permanently changed for every mysql update




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hide server-version at connect?Reindl Harald10 Jan
  • Re: hide server-version at connect?Johan De Meersman10 Jan
    • Re: hide server-version at connect?Reindl Harald10 Jan
      • Re: hide server-version at connect?Johan De Meersman10 Jan
        • Re: hide server-version at connect?Reindl Harald10 Jan
          • Re: hide server-version at connect?Johnny Withers10 Jan
            • Re: hide server-version at connect?Johan De Meersman10 Jan
              • Re: hide server-version at connect?Chris Tate-Davies10 Jan
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  • Re: hide server-version at connect?Paul DuBois10 Jan