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Is there a reason my FreeBSD servers are not getting the mysql 4.1.18 update?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by jackie46, May 13, 2006.

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    UPCP does not update MySQL to 4.1.18 on FreeBSD. /scripts/mysqlup does not do it either. All my RH boxes have been updated to 4.1.18 but FreeBSD is stuck at MySQL 4.1.10a. Whats the reason?
     
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    Anyone use freebsd on these forums?
     
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    Hi,

    I'm on freebsd. I had to use portupgrade before to upgrade mysql package to latest version from port collection. Make sure your ports collection is up to date by running cvsup.
     
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    I would never run cvsup on the Freebsd server running cPanel. I dont think thats the way its supposed to work. Isnt cPanel supposed to be upgrading MySQL via a call to the ports collection? At least thats why it tries to do when you run upcp the problem being it not getting the upgrade for MySQL.
     
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    I use portsnap, it's better than cvsup. Portupgrade updated mysql to 4.1.19 for me. I've never really like how cpanel handled updating the ports tree. If you make a call to the ports tree and it's not updated then you won't get the latest version.
     
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    cd /usr/ports/databases/mysql41-server
    make deinstall
    make reinstall

    it successfully make my mysql up2dated at the last verstion
    at this moment it is 4 1 19
     
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    Howabout mysql client? Dont you need to run that as well?
     
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    Howabout mysql client? Dont you need to run that as well?
     
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