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MariaDB restart warning

Discussion in 'Database Discussion' started by unarea, Apr 28, 2018.

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  1. unarea

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    Ok, Im setting up a new server with cpanel 68.0.37 release.
    I upgraded mysql 5.6 to mariadb 10.1, that´s ok. I tested some sites before the dns move and all is ok. Mysql -v shows that mariadb is running.

    Now when I restart mysql (service mysql restart) I get this error:

    Restarting mysql (via systemctl): Warning: mysql.service changed on disk. Run 'systemctl daemon-reload' to reload units. [OK]

    I run the command systemctl daemon-reload and then again service mysql restart and I get the same error.

    Is it a cpanel bug?

    By the way at WHM - Home - Server - Service Status - Service Status the mysql services says 5.6.38-1 is that ok?

    I wait your comments.

    Thanks!
     
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    Hello @unarea,

    The issues you have described are fixed with the following cases in cPanel & WHM version 70:

    Fixed case CPANEL-11264: Fixed systemd limits of MySQL and MariaDB.
    Fixed case CPANEL-16988: Fixed incorrect MariaDB and MySQL version in Service Status.

    cPanel & WHM version 70 is tentatively scheduled for publication to the RELEASE build tier next week. In the meantime, you can safely ignore that warning message when restarting MariaDB.

    Thank you.
     
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