Fedora 29 : mongo-c-driver (2018-2f8f5f75f1)
Medium Nessus Plugin ID 120326
SynopsisThe remote Fedora host is missing a security update.
- New functions to save and restore progress of a bson_iter_t: bson_iter_key_len, bson_iter_offset, and son_iter_init_from_data_at_offset Additional functions bson_iter_overwrite_date_time, bson_iter_overwrite_oid, and bson_iter_overwrite_timestamp. All fixed-length BSON values can now be updated in place.
- Fix crash when iterating corrupt BSON.
- Report a new error code, MONGOC_ERROR_GRIDFS_CORRUPT, when a chunk larger than chunkSize is detected. Before, the driver had crashed with an assert. Restructure of install directory. All mongoc headers are under mongoc/ and all bson headers are under bson/. The preferred way of including the headers are mongoc/mongoc.h and bson/bson.h respectively. Forwarding headers in the root are provided for backwards compatibility.
- The default CMake build type had been unspecified, now it is RelWithDebInfo.
- Support LibreSSL 2.7+.
- mongoc_collection_replace_one is now a correctly exported symbol.
- Fix multiple issues with readConcern and writeConcern inheritance.
- Fix rare crash with mongodb+srv URIs on Windows.
- mongoc_gridfs_create_file_from_stream ignored errors while writing chunks to the server.
- The following functions should not have taken a 'bypassDocumentValidation' option in bson_t *opts, the option is now prohibited :
- The heartbeat-succeeded and heartbeat-failed events (part of SDAM Monitoring) had uninitialized 'duration' fields, they are now set correctly.
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SolutionUpdate the affected mongo-c-driver package.