Updating suse 9 0 to 9 2
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Visit Stack Exchange We are concerned with the Open SSL vulnerabilities and are running a SLES11SP1 server.
unfortunately, due to admin reasons, our support expired, and so we are looking at manually upgdating Open SSL and its required libraries manually.
On the SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) platform, to perform an in-place upgrade of My SQL and its components, use the My SQL SLES repository.
See Upgrading My SQL with the My SQL SLES Repository in A Quick Guide to Using the My SQL SLES Repository.
Don't delete the old data directory, just keep it in case something goes wrong / you make a mistake; that way you can just go back to your unchanged 9.3 install. If you're stuck, post a detailed question explaining how you're stuck, where, and what you tried first.
It depends a bit on how you installed Postgre SQL too, as there are several different "distributions" of Postgre SQL for OS X (unfortunately). I just upgraded Postgre SQL 9.5 to 9.6 on Ubuntu and thought I'd share my findings, as there are a couple of OS/package-specific nuances of which to be aware.
Here is a quick guide on how to install the newest and secure version.
I'm using the Postgre SQL database for my Ruby on Rails application (on Mac OS X 10.9).
Are there any detailed instructions on how to upgrade Postgre SQL database?
One workaround (wildly brainstorming now) could be to run a virtual machine with a newer system, running your SSL-based services, if there is no way of upgrading the (guest) OS.
Another workaroud would be to compile these services (like apache) against a static build of open SSL (which you would need to compile) - again lots of work.