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Downgrade cPanel because of change in phpMyAdmin

Discussion in 'Database Discussions' started by 7elm3aber, Feb 5, 2012.

  1. 7elm3aber

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    hi all

    i want to downgrade from WHM 11.30.5 (build 6)

    becuse it have phpMyAdmin Version information: 3.4.7.1

    it doesnt have latin in it if i want to upload sql file

    phpMyAdmin Version information: 3.3.10.1 is good for me

    what is the right way to downgrade from ssh

    step by step please

    this version was in WHM 11.30.0 (build 32) and it was good

    and if i did that phpmyadmin will be 3.3.10.1 ?

    can you please help me
     
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    Server Configuration -> Update Preferences -> STABLE (safest)

    and

    Operating System Package Updates
    Automatic
    x Manual Updates Only
    Never Update

    Then click update now OR best method in shell: root@domain ~: /scripts/upcp --force (to force a re-install of the older version)
     
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    do you mean choose Manual Updates Only ?

    and phpMyAdmin will be : 3.3.10.1 if i did that ?

    and is there any thing to do after that ?
     
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    Please do not try to downgrade cPanel.

    You will cause more problems than you hope to solve.

    Instead, please submit a ticket so that we can work with you to find a solution to the problem you have encountered. It is always better to fix a problem in place than to try to downgrade cPanel, which will break things that you did not intend to affect.
     
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    more problems like what ?

    phpMyAdmin Version 3.4.7.1 is not good at all

    Version 3.3.10.1 is better than it 100%

    if you are using Version 3.4.7.1 and want to upload sql file " latin " you will not

    it will always be utf-8

    and i wont that
     
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    In a worst-case scenario, you will end up with pieces of an older cPanel version and pieces of a newer cPanel version, and nothing will work. Downgrading cPanel is not the correct way to solve a relatively minor problem with a single utility like phpMyAdmin. I do not say this lightly. I am trying to prevent you and others from making a serious mistake.

    If you are convinced that the current version of phpMyAdmin will never work for you, you are free to install your own version of phpMyAdmin on any account on your server. It is simply a PHP-based application and you can install any version of it on any account you want.
     
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    This will not accomplish anything for the original poster. Right now, 11.30.5.6 is in all tiers except EDGE. Downgrading from CURRENT or RELEASE to STABLE will simply get you the same version.

    You can see the versions of cPanel in each update tier at any time by browsing Downloads - cPanel Inc. .

    We especially recommend against ever downgrading from EDGE (which is considered experimental and should not be used on a production server anyway). Instead of downgrading from EDGE, wait for the version that is in EDGE to be put into CURRENT, and then change your selected update tier to CURRENT.

    You can read about our versioning scheme and update tiers here:

    cPanel & WHM Versions and the Release Process
     
  8. cPanelJared

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    I did a little bit more investigation on this and I found that phpMyAdmin 3.4 does still include the latin-1 option when you import a file. It is just labeled as iso-8859-1, which is a synonym for latin-1.

    Note that this only affects the character set to be used to read the file. The character set of the actual tables is specified in the dump itself. Thus, the selection when you import the file has no effect on the character set of the actual database and tables that are imported.
     
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    sql file languge is arabic
    is there any way to download version 11.30.0 (build 32)
    with comand wget
     
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    if not

    how can i update phpmyadmin to 3.4

    i tried this /scripts/upcp

    and in Server Configuration -> Update Preferences -> RELEASE (recommended)

    and the Version still 3.4.7.1
     
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    i tried every thing

    tabels Collation is always utf8_general_ci

    heeeeeeeeeeeeelp
     
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    No, this would not be possible to accomplish. You wouldn't want to downgrade to a version lower than the latest available version.

    I'm confused here. You want to update to 3.4 but you are on 3.4 (3.4.7.1). Have you read the post Jared made previously about latin-1 and how it is the same as iso-8859-1? When he mentioned 3.4, he means your existing version that is on 3.4.7.1 as part of the 3.4 series of PhpMyAdmin.
     
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    i meant 3.4.9

    about latin-1 and how it is the same as iso-8859-1

    doesnt work

    it will never work with arabic data

    and even with it

    tabels Collation is always utf8_general_ci


    why its so impossible ??

    why you wont to do any thing to the peapole who use these versions make a choice

    i told you im ok with Version 3.3.10.1

    3.4.7.1 forgive me is very bad and very difficult
     
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