Upstream has issued an advisory on July 12:
The issues are fixed upstream in 1.17.12 and 1.18.4.
Mageia 8 is also affected.
Fedora has issued an advisory for this today (July 15):
Fixed upstream in 1.17.12 and 1.18.4Whiteboard:
Updated packages uploaded by Bruno for Mageia 8 and Cauldron.
Fixed upstream in 1.17.12 and 1.18.4 =>
Had a look for the Cauldron version using "cauldron" in qarepo but it could not find the packages.
Smooth update. Local build of docker succeeded.
$ ls RPMS/x86_64
Compare with the installed version:
$ rpm -q docker
Looks good for 64-bits.
@Len: You test seems to be for the wrong bug. It better suits bug Bug 30422. Removing MGA(-64-OK.
@sturmvogel regarding comment 3:
Sorry, I should have been more specific. The rebuild of docker to exercise golang was suggested long ago. With terminal logging enabled it is evident that golang is working hard.
These were the packages installed, alongside 42 other golang-related packages:
$ rpm -qa | grep 1.17.12-1
And, @Thomas - yes, thanks for the correction - forgot where I was.
Ah ok, understood Len. So your MGA8-64-OK is valid then?
Yes, I hope so. Putting it back.
Glad you got things straightened out. Validating.
An update for this issue has been pushed to the Mageia Updates repository.