Latest updates in testing

The following packages are in testing, and available for download in the testing repositories:

  • php56w 5.6.0alpha2 (RHEL/CentOS 6 only)

Assuming you have the Webtatic repositories set up (see Yum Repository), you can update using:

    yum update <package> --enablerepo=webtatic-testing

Latest updates

Here are updated packages in the Yum repository:

The PHP 5.6.0alpha1 release will stay in el6-testing until it's release date, so it's clear it's not suitable for production use yet.

The other PHP releases are bug-fix releases only, no known security issue fixes included.

Latest updates in testing

The following packages are in testing, and available for download in the testing repositories:

  • php56w 5.6.0alpha1 (RHEL/CentOS 6 only)
  • php55w 5.5.9
  • php55w-pecl-apcu 4.0.3
  • php54w 5.4.25
  • php54w-pecl-apcu 4.0.3
  • php55w-pecl-zendopcache 7.0.3
  • mysql55w 5.5.36
  • mysql51w 5.1.73 (RHEL/CentOS 5 only)

Assuming you have the Webtatic repositories set up (see Yum Repository), you can update using:

    yum update <package> --enablerepo=webtatic-testing

Latest updates in testing, MySQL 5.5.36

The following packages are in testing, and available for download in the testing repositories:

  • mysql55 5.5.36

Assuming you have the Webtatic repositories set up (see Yum Repository), you can update using:

    yum update <package> --enablerepo=webtatic-testing

Latest updates in testing, PHP 5.5.8 / 5.4.24

The following packages are in testing, and available for download in the testing repositories:

  • php55w 5.5.8
  • php54w 5.4.24

Assuming you have the Webtatic repositories set up (see Yum Repository), you can update using:

    yum update <package> --enablerepo=webtatic-testing

Latest updates, PHP 5.5.7 / 5.4.23 / 5.3.28

Here are updated packages in the Yum repository:

All three releases fix a CVE CVE-2013-6420.

PHP 5.3.28 also fixes a CVE CVE-2013-4248 previously fixed in PHP 5.5.2 and 5.4.18, but only now has been put into PHP 5.3. This is incorrectly mentioned on the PHP.net website and changelog as the Ruby variant of the same flaw CVE-2013-4073.

Latest updates, PHP 5.5.6 / 5.4.22, Nginx security fix, APCu

Here are updated packages in the Yum repository:

The Nginx release includes a CVE patch CVE-2013-4547 Webtatic has backported from version 1.4, so that current Nginx 1.2 users on Webtatic have the security update.

The PHP releases have only bug fixes in.

PHP APCu is now included in the repository for both PHP 5.4 and 5.5. APCu is a cut down version of APC, which just deals with user cache, removing it's opcode cache that doesn't support PHP 5.5. This should allow you to continue to use the user cache to speed up websites.

Latest updates in testing, PHP 5.5.6 / 5.4.22

The following packages are in testing, and available for download in the testing repositories:

  • php55w 5.5.6
  • php54w 5.4.22

Assuming you have the Webtatic repositories set up (see Yum Repository), you can update using:

    yum update <package> --enablerepo=webtatic-testing