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mysql 3.23.58 installer?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by dezignguy, Oct 24, 2004.

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    dezignguy Well-Known Member

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    mysql 3.23.58 not supported? Bug & security fixes...

    I'm curious why mysql 3.23.58 is not used by cPanel? It was the most recent release... Sept 11th, 2003... instead, I'm using mysql 3.23.56 - March, 2003. There were a number of bugs and also several security issues fixed in the the two newer versions...

    mysql 3.23.58 changelog


    Does anyone know?

    A search for the version number brought up a couple freebsd users who were installing the latest version... is my cpanel stuck on .56 then?
     
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    dezignguy Well-Known Member

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    Bump... anyone? It'd be nice if someone from cpanel can comment on this.
     
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    hmm... i see now... I have 'mysql*' added to my up2date package skip list... so 3.23.58 can't be installed through up2date unless it's --forced. I thought I did that because I heard that the RHEL 3 rpm would break cpanel's implementation? Same as adding php / perl/ and httpd to the package skiplist.

    Is this not true, and cpanel installs mysql through the rpm? Or is it like bind and can just handle it?
     
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    Hmm, well I took it out of the list and tried upgrading it... but the message returned was unresolvable chain of dependencies... it wants to install a bunch of perl stuff along with it... which would likely break cpanel.
     
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