Last edited by ANewDay; 07-17-2011 at 02:56 AM. Reason: added another link
You might want to put in a ticket to cPanel on this one.
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The update finished and it's been running fine ever since without any problems although one of the databases needed a repair afterwards. I didn't upgrade mysql, does the update touch the databases in any way? Maybe I should force a reinstall to be safe?
Last edited by ANewDay; 07-18-2011 at 12:21 PM.
The update would update MySQL to the latest minor version within whatever version you were using. Since you were on 11.24, there might have been some database mapping updates that occurred due to the age of your existing version prior to the update.
The mysql is still 4.1.22 after the ugprade. Anyway, what should I do about the updatenow file sync email?
I'm confused why you would do anything about it given this prior statement:
If everything is now running fine, why would something need to be fixed at this juncture?The update finished and it's been running fine ever since without any problems
I'm paranoid that some files were not synced correctly and/or some problems may arise from it later. Also, the daily /scripts/upcp emails are much larger than before the upgrade.
Yes, the daily upcp emails are larger to allow verbose logging to know what is happening precisely. That is part of the 11.30 version system.
If you are concerned, simply re-run a forced upcp to ensure everything is synced: