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Eximstats failed after upgrade to mysql 4.1

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by bin_asc, Jun 13, 2006.

  1. bin_asc

    bin_asc Well-Known Member

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    I had mysql 4.0 and I did a upgrade to 4.1.Worked well, but after that, eximstats faled to start.I looked through the forum, did the DBI::mysql forced upgrade ( eximstats still didn`t start), did eximstatst db repair (needed, but eximstats still didn`t start ).
    The error I`m getting is this :

    *** glibc detected *** free(): invalid pointer: 0x00000000009bcd30 ***

    or

    *** glibc detected *** malloc() : ....smth

    I don`t know what do say about these, I haven`t found a solution to these.
    I have a server equiped with AMD x2, 64 bit system, CentOS 4.3 64 bit platform.

    WHM Specs :

    WHM 10.8.0 cPanel 10.8.2-C118
    CentOS 4.3 x86_64 - WHM X v3.1.0 .

    Please help.
     
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    bin_asc Well-Known Member

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    Getting more errors when users try to add databases:

    Database Created
    Added the database dog. CP-Wrap Critcal Error (signal 11 from wrapped program)! This may indicate a corrupt admin binary in /usr/local/cpanel/bin/
     
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    I've got a similar issue where MySQL is trying to use the 32bit and 64bit Modules; I also can’t logon to the pop or imap server

    I using a AMD Athlon 64 X2 3800+ running CentOS 4.3.

    Stephen Bee from cPanel support is looking into it and hasn’t been able to reproduce it on any of there 64bit systems, I’ve tried three different OS Fedora 4, SuSe and now CentOS 4.3.
     
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