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Cpanel deinstalls mysql 5.0.15

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by vargalas, Oct 30, 2005.

  1. vargalas

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    On my system Cpanel deinstalls mysql every night!
    What have I set up wrong?

    I use the stable tree, although I have to use mysql 5.0.15.

    Please if anybody have an idea, tell it to me!
     
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    If cPanel doesn't detect the version it expects from those available for MySQL in WHM > Tweak Settings > it will reinstall the option chosen from within there. For that reason, MySQL v5 is not supported by cPanel. At present on v4 and v4.1 are.
     
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    Thank you, for your quick reply,chirpy!

    I used mysql 5.0x alpha with cpanel without any problems.
    For two days cpanel started to deinstall mysql on my system.
    Unfortunately, it doesn't install any mysql instead of th 5.0.15 version.
    So every mourning I reinstall mysql manually :(

    Many of our aplications use mysql 5 features, so it's neccesary for us.
    I just can't understand, whay did it work before?

    Can I disable this feature somehow?
     
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    You would have to go into WHM > Update Config > set all 3 options to manual updates.
     
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    Thanks chirpy, i'll do that temporarily.

    Alhough I still hae to find out what was changed, because I use mysql 5 for at least a half year :(
     
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    To stop /scripts/mysqlup from messing with MySQL installations do this in SSH:
    touch /etc/mysqlupdisable
     
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