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Changing version of MySQL

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by jalal, Oct 8, 2006.

  1. jalal

    jalal Active Member

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    One of my clients has an important PHP package running on one of my servers.
    The trouble is it has a problem with MySQL bug #21456 which only applies to MySQL 4.1.21.

    Is there any way to change the version of MySQL to either 4.1.20 or 4.1.22?

    I'm tempted to do it through the RPM system, but suspect that may break something somewhere else.... :(
     
  2. dragonbooster

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    Hello

    You can change the version MySql to 4.1 from WHM >> Tweak Settings >> (MYSql).

    Please Try this

    (Please check before upgrading the version 4.1 - previously the Mysql version 4.1 was having the problem of "Password Hashing ")
     
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  3. jalal

    jalal Active Member

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    Tweak Settings allows you to either update MySQL to the latest 4.1 or the latest 5.0.

    My problem is that I have the latest cPanel version of 4.1 (that is 4.1.21). What I need is EITHER to downgrade to 4.1.20 OR to upgrade to 4.1.22 (not currently available on cPanel).

    :confused:
     
  4. JamesSmith

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    4.1.21 is the latest 4.1.x version available from MySQL.
     
  5. AndyReed

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    You can upgrade MySQL to v4.2.22, manually, using rpms packages. If that didn't work, switch back to the version supported by the cPanel.
     
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    I believe you mean 4.1.22 - There is no 4.1.22 ....
     
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    Yep, that was a typo. Thanks for the correction :D
     
  8. jalal

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    OK. thanks for the reassurance. I'll give it a try (to 4.1.22 :) )

    Edit: but I just realized 4.1.22 isn't packaged for release yet... :(
     
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    ??!?!??!

    There is NO 4.1.22, how many times do I need to say it.
     
  10. AndyReed

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    You're right. I didn't even check before I posted my response :eek:
    The latest release of the v4.x core is 4.1.21: http://downloads.mysql.com/archives.php?p=mysql-4.1
     
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