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Cpanel and MySQL 5.

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by mirek.ca, May 18, 2006.

  1. mirek.ca

    mirek.ca Registered

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    Hello,
    Recently, on the server we have installed the newest MySQL 5. It seems that the Cpanel does not support this version of MySQL. For example, we cannot add new user, or database. I am not sure if it is Cpanel's lack of support for MySQL 5 or there is required further action to configure Cpanel.
    Thanks for any suggestion.
    Mirek
     
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    celliott Well-Known Member

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    In addition to updating MySQL, you will need to recompile apache and reinstall Perl which will enable cPanel to properly communicate with the SQL server. You might also want to set something, as cpanel updates may destroy your hard work.

    Chris
     
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    MySQL 5 should be available through cPanel. What version are you running?
     
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    Did you install MySQL manually or through the WHM? If MySQL was installed successfully, you shouldn't have any problem. We installed MySQL 5 for a few of our clients, before was supported and now, and every thing works just fine. In any case, are there any error messages?
     
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