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Is this a bug in ‘MySQL Setup Script Version 7.0’ ?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by <esc>, Oct 3, 2008.

  1. <esc>

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    I own three VPSs managed with WHM/cPanel. The first runs OS is Fedora 2 (WHM 11.23.2, cPanel 11.23.6-R27698), the second CENTOS Enterprise 4.7 (WHM 11.23.2 cPanel 11.23.6-R27698) and the third REDHAT 9 (WHM 11.23.2 cPanel 11.23.6-R27698). The update process is configured as 'automatic/RELEASE' on all three installations.

    Why do I see every day upcp auto-updating MySQL to version 5.0.51a since 2008-06-19, but only on the third (REDHAT 9) installation? The other two which use the same MySQL version behave OK. Is this a bug in the Setup Script?

    Any idea how I can stop this strange behavior beside manually disabling the MySQL update in the 'cPanel/WHM Update Preferences' (what I have done meanwhile)?

    Erich
     
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    By "upcp auto-updating MySQL to version 5.0.51a" do you mean:

    1. On the RedHat 9 server, the MySQL RPMs are re-downloaded and re-installed; or
    2. No mention of MySQL is made on the Fedora Core 2 or CentOS 4 servers during upcp?
     
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    I mean #1. On the Redhat 9 server the MySQL RPMs are re-downloaded and re-installed every day, whereas on the other two installations everything works as expected.

    Any idea how to repair this?

    I'm concerned because this might be an indication for some deeper misconfigurations which should probably be handled before severe problems arise.

    Erich
     
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    Would mind posting the output from mysqlup on the RedHat 9 server? Or send it via PM.
     
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    Thank you Kenneth! I've sent it via PM.

    Erich
     
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    Thank you for that information. After reviewing the information, I realized we do not distribute RPMs for MySQL 5 on RedHat 9, hence the 404s in the output.
     
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    Thank you for taking the time to troubleshoot this.

    Erich
     
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