A few months back I posted a short review of the Auzentech X-Meridian sound card, as well my thoughts on a few of the popular aftermarket opamp upgrades. My decision at the time was that I preferred the TI/Burr Brown OPA2107 for its lack of the typical Burr Brown sound with a solid mid-to-high range and cleaner bass.
That said, 4 months later all four OPA2107 opamps have failed!
As happens every 2 months or so, the community release of MySQL has been updated. The 5.0.45 release contains a substantial number of bug fixes since the last community release (5.0.41) but perhaps more interestingly, there were about 100 bug fixes since the last Enterprise release (5.0.44) just two weeks prior! This is definitely a release that I'd recommend all users of MySQL 5.0 upgrade to.
While MySQL does provide binary RPMs for RHEL & CentOS for their community releases, the binaries provided are not packaged in the same format as those that ship with RHEL, CentOS and Fedora. For those that want to stick with the "Red Hat"-style packages, add my yum repository to your system and run a "yum update".
Another month brings another version of MySQL under the 'Monthly Rapid Update' program. This one seems to have been hidden from public view on the main MySQL FTP site but the source showed up on a mirror server (thanks Pair.com!) so I've put together my customary binary RPMs for RedHat Enterprise Linux & CentOS 4.
As with all of my releases, all you'll need to do is run a 'yum update' if you're a user of my repository. Those wishing to compile from source can do so with the src.rpm at the bottom of this post but unless you've got a good reason, I wouldn't recommend it because it takes forever and a day for the testing to run to completion and it will fail near the end if you're one of those people that likes to compile as 'root'.
Now that the final version of XCache 1.2.1 has been released I've updated the binaries in my repositories to the newest version. This update fixes several bugs including segfaulting when using the var cache functions when the var cache is disabled and improves compatibility with Apache httpd 1.3.x and the Zend Optimizer.
Repository users will need to run a 'yum update' to pull down this package. Please note that the config file has changed somewhat so I've set this package to rename your old 'xcache.ini' file to 'xcache.ini.rpmsave'.