pats

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webignition

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pats said:
anything missing?
Yes. The file doesn't exist, simple as that.

Code:
http://httpupdate.cpanel.net/mysqlinstall/5.0.21-0/redhat/9/MySQL-shared-5.0.21-0.glibc23.i386.rpm
is non-existent as is the entire directory:

Code:
http://httpupdate.cpanel.net/mysqlinstall/5.0.21-0/redhat/9/
You'd probably be best off submitting a ticket to cPanel.
 

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if you have a lot of users and are not real familiar with Mysql, you may want to hire someone to do this for you. There is somewhat more involved than just updating Mysql and you can have some big problems,

Me? I vouch for Chirpy if you can get him to do it.
He fixed some issues I had and did wonders for a server I was having issues with. Not sure what the charge is but it will help you sleep better :)
 

pats

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WebScHoLaR said:
You can give a try by first upgrading the cPanel by running /scripts/upcp --force and then upgrading the Mysql by /scripts/mysqlup --force.
have already tried these.

Have put up ticket to CPanel and i got reply
"The redhat 9 rpms do appear to be missing from the update server. I have contacted our developers regarding this issue, and am currently awaiting their response. I will update this ticket as soon as more information becomes available."

Not sure how long is the wait.