I'm on a new installation of v96 on CentOS 8 and when I go to select MariaDB update, only MySQL 8 it's available.
I understand that when you choose one branch (MySQL or MariaDB) there's not possible change, but why on fresh installation the user cannot choose it?
Also, the default...
Webhost decided to change servers and as part of that, MySQL 5.6 to MariaDB 10.3. Also PHP 7.2 to 7.4.
Tested live and test sites on php 7.4 and all worked fine. Tested all that was possible on test server prior to changeover and all was fine. Only thing that could not be tested was our online...
My webhost is migrating clients including me to a new server and as part of that I have discovered that they have taken us from mysql 5.6 to MariaDB 10.3.29
Seems MariaDB sql error logging is a plugin [SQL Error Log Plugin] - assuming " The SQL_ERROR_LOG plugin collects errors sent to clients...
I've been dealing with a problem with InnoDB for several days now. So far it looks like the short term fix is to eliminate InnoDB entirely, but of course I think I'll just have problems again when/if someone creates a new table.
It's notable that I have "innodb_force_recovery=4" set in my.cnf...
We are migrating an older server that uses MariaDB 10.3 and we want to use MySQL 8 on the new server. There is about 30 cPanel accounts on the old server.
Will there be any compatibility issues with default cPanel set ups? No custom software or configurations or used on MariaDB or MySQL.
I installed Cpanel and I spent much time to configure it,
But after installation and configuration I found that CPanel installed MySQL 8 as default for database
Currently I don't have any database on my server but I prefer to upgrade my current MySQL to Mariadb now
is there any solution to...
I'm trying to intall a new whm server over a Centos 8, the Installation concludes and I can enter to the control center, but there is no option to select the use of MariaDB, so Mysql 8 is installed instead, and becouse of the incompatibilities on mysql 8 and maria, there is no option to change...
Hello i have a dedicated server with CloudLinux 8.3 Installed and MySQL Governor of CloudLinux Installed, cpanel version 94.0.4
My current MySQL version is : 8.0.23-cll-lve
But my clients are facing some issues in it,
I want to change my MySQL version.
I want to switch to 10.3.28-MariaDB-cll-lve...
i try to remove the
PHP warning: PHP Startup: Unable to load dynamic library '/opt/cpanel/ea-php56/root/usr/lib64/php/modules/pdo_mysql.so' - /opt/cpanel/ea-php56/root/usr/lib64/php/modules/pdo_mysql.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory in Unknown on line 0...
According to MySQL/MariaDB, the config files on my server are at /etc/my.cnf and ~/.my.cnf.
I have to make changes to my.cnf for the entire server (all accounts). I would have expected to be able to add a new .cnf file into /etc/my.cnf.d/ but there doesn't seem to be an !includedir directive...
Hello, I am struggling with my database
CENTOS 7.9 virtuozzo [server]
First Problem - MySQL Tuner:
I try run mysqltuner script to diagnose and optimize the database and I get false data of:
[OK] Maximum reached memory usage: 2.4G (60.47% of installed RAM)...
I'm trying to install a website script, and one of its requirements is PDO. In cpanel, under "PHP Extensions", after selecting the required php version (7.3) that the script needs, in php extensions I have the checkbox checked next to "PDO", but the installation of the script fails with a note...
I received about 50 emails today, saying the following
Not using downloaded MariaDB103/repomd.xml because it is older than what we have:
Current : Fri Nov 6 17:53:47 2020
Downloaded: Tue Nov 3 02:36:58 2020
So of course I checked in and I ran yum update this...
Just wanting to post this here, as I've spent the last 2 hours fault finding an issue on my servers this morning.
cPanel servers, all the latest updates. MariaDB automatically updated to 10.3.26-1 over night as part of the cPanel yum update.
As soon as this happened, any XenForo site running...