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11.32 eta

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by bettinz, Jun 17, 2011.

  1. bettinz

    bettinz Member

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    Hi, sorry for my english and sorry if it's the wrong place to write this post.
    I want to know when 11.32 will be released (EDGE channel). I need Mysql 5.5 then I need whm 11.32 :D

    Thanks ;)
     
  2. cPanelTristan

    cPanelTristan Quality Assurance Analyst
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    While we do not have a set ETA for 11.32, it is certainly in the pipeline for coming out in the short-term. You can watch Downloads - cPanel Inc. for when 11.32 has become available for EDGE
     
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    moving one of my clients to direct admin thanks to the tardiness of cpanel in supporting new versions of mysql and not supporting mariadb etc. Hope cpanel updates their stuff and seriously re-evaluates their release cycles before all my clients want to move to direct admin.
     
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    You can always update MySQL since we use rpms and then use whatever rpms you prefer. You'd simply remove the existing MySQL rpms, replace with the ones you want to use, then set MySQL to never update in WHM > Update Preferences area.
     
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    ah - I didnt know that was a possibility. Is there a tutorial/steps for doing that for cpanel/WHM?
     
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    I cannot provide a tutorial when I'm not certain what MySQL rpms you are going to be grabbing. What ones are you getting from where? It is easy to remove the existing rpms:

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    rpm -qa | grep -i mysql
    When you get the return for the rpms, you then do for each rpm the following:

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    rpm -e --nodeps rpmname
    Replacing rpmname with the name of each rpm. After that, you simply wget the new rpms you need, then run:

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    rpm -ivh newrpmname
    Replacing newrpmname with the name of each new rpm.
     
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    alphawolf50 Well-Known Member

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    I've been considering doing this... a couple questions though:

    Does MySQL remain running happily in memory until it is stopped, even though the rpms (and presumably the binaries) have been removed? Then after the new rpm's are installed MySQL can be stopped and the replacement started?

    Thanks!
     
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    I have no idea on that one. It takes less than 5 minutes to do the task, likely less than 2 minutes to do it, so the point is most probably moot.
     
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