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How can i disable Mysql from updating with the upcp script?

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  1. demine0

    demine0 Well-Known Member

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    Hey i just upgraded MySQL to version 4 but when ever the WHM update script runs (/scripts/upcp) it downloads the RPM's for the old mysql and instals them with the mysql 4 RPM's.

    This brakes mysql and makes it not work.

    I've tryed editing the upcp script but cant find were it installs the rpms. Can anyone help me?
     
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    demine0 Well-Known Member

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    the config file

    The update options are read from the /etc/cpupdate.conf file if it exists.


    I "THINK" the defaults are

    SYSUP=daily
    RPMUP=daily
     
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    demine0 Well-Known Member

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    wow after a year somone finaly awnsered. Thanks i found out how about a year ago though :P
     
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    Where is cpupdate.conf?

    I can not find in /etc/ ??? although upcp thinks it's there...
     
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    The content of /etc/cpupdate.conf is:

    CPANEL=current
    RPMUP=daily
    SYSUP=daily
     
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