- Jan 14, 2007
This thread is two years old:future updates are going to check and display nags that MySQL 5.7 should be used and some new features maybe disabled with out it.
The point is not if the applications listed will work with MariaDB? The point is, if I have an issue with the software related to the database, the paid software vendor will tell you "Sorry, you are using MariaDB and we do not provide support for it"This thread is two years old:
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I could see that happening. I seem to recall reading threads a couple years ago about similar issues on WHMCS forums.The point is, if I have an issue with the software related to the database, the paid software vendor will tell you "Sorry, you are using MariaDB and we do not provide support for it"
This?prime example we saw an issue recently where MySQL strict mode was causing a problem that we did not know existed until the software vendor dug into the configuration.
SQL mode changes. Strict SQL mode for transactional storage engines (STRICT_TRANS_TABLES) is now enabled by default.
Could you link me to that earlier conversation or mention a few here?Many clients are using some of the new features of MySQL 5.7 that are not in MariaDB.
To be fair, I am talking about our large client base which is primarily developers that work with specialized applications. From what we gather they are using Full JSON support, which is now included in MariaDB 10.2, but many are also using MySQL X Plugin which gives them the ability to mix a scheme and schema free database design. This gives them flexibility in design and the ability to take advantage the schema free features where needed in their code. The other feature we are starting to see requested is in delayed replication, but that presently is not really a client that would use cPanel.To be clear, I'm not trying to argue with you on your points. I'm just digging for my own knowledge using your points to google with, trying to understand the need here.
I've been here a long time, cPanel does not ignore anything. cPanel doesn't do what other control panels do though, and that's why it's the hosting platform of choice!
answered at cPanel and MySQL 5.7 abandonment. Where to go to? | Web Hosting TalkThe other feature we are starting to see requested is in delayed replication
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