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Disable MySQL AutoUpdate

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by lup, Mar 12, 2004.

  1. lup

    lup Member

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    Hello,

    Last week i updated MySQL-* from my RHEL3.0 server to MySQL 4.1.

    Everything worked without problems.
    So i also disabled up2date to update to MySQL-*.

    I configured WHM to autoupdate Cpanel to edge releases daily.

    Last 2 days MySQL from my server was downgraded to lastest 4.0 release. I think it is being done by Cpanel. How to disable auto-update of MySQL?
     
  2. BrightAdmin

    BrightAdmin Well-Known Member

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    Hi Lup,

    I don't think so Cpanel will do auto updates. Try to disable the uptodate service in your server.

    Regards,

    Bright:eek:
     
  3. gknight

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    cPanel update settings

    cPanel gets its update info from /etc/cpupdate.conf file. I usually set it to only get the stable tree and only update cPanel versions when I need the new versoin to fix bugs in the current version.
    The fils should be


    CPANEL=manual
    CPANEL=stable
    SYSUP=daily
    RPMUP=daily



    mySQL is / was updated as part of the sytem updates (SYSUP). Not sure of what other values can be used for SYSUP and RPMUP, but I hope this will help
     
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