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Is 'cll' in the MySQL version string related to CloudLinux?

Discussion in 'Database Discussions' started by <esc>, Jun 19, 2013.

  1. <esc>

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    Collecting version numbers of software running on our VPSs I see that the MySQL versions are ending on "cll". What does this mean? Is this software form CloudLinux? And if, how is it related to the standard cPanel setup?

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    Edit: oops no my bad, looks like "cll" might well refer to a cloudlinux version of the rpm
     
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    Hello :)

    "5.5.31-cll" does not indicate the use of Cloud Linux. This is the standard naming convention for MySQL on cPanel. You will see this version on servers that do not use Cloud Linux. EX:

    Code:
    Server version		5.5.31-cll
    However, if you are using MySQL Governor with Cloud Linux, it does bring in its own version of MySQL to make it possible to monitor usage & throttle abusers. These MySQL packages use the "cl-MySQL*" naming convention.

    Thank you.
     
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