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MySQL 4.0.15 Released

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by N9ne, Sep 10, 2003.

  1. N9ne

    N9ne Well-Known Member

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    http://www.mysql.com/downloads/mysql-4.0.html

    Hopefully soon cPanel will finally release a stable version with PHP 4.3.3 and MySQL 4.0.15 ;) because both the newest PHP and MySQL versions contain important fixes.

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    ^^ bump ^^

    Thanx for the info, N9ne. I read about it at vbulletin.com Can't wait 'til it's made available for us :)

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    I am thinking about install it using a rpm if cpanel dosn't add it quickly. Would this mess anything up in cpanel? Has anyone done this?

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    I can't wait either...............
    Hope it comes out tomoro or later tonite.
    We need to stay up2date on these things. CPanel, pweeze give us 4.3.3 and 4.0.15 or I just may have to go get it maself.


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    I've been considering manually upgrading PHP and MySQL and phpMyAdmin but i'm afraid that something might go wrong, I'm really not efficient enough at linux to do this kind of thing and I'd much prefer to stick to what cPanel updates give us, but I wish for the updates to contain latest PHP and MySQL versions a little quicker ;)

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    I think upgrade MySQL ASAP as the current version seems to have a bug in it which causes table crashes. I've had our vBulletin database crash twice on us already :( and at vBulletin they say this seems to be fixed with MySQL 4.0.15

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    My servers upgraded to MySQL 4.0.15 tonight. I also see PHP 4.3.3 in buildapache.
     
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    Vbulletin developers are blaming Mysql for all the crashes, and in emails to their customers, they insinuate that Cpanel server owners don't know what they are doing. Pisses me to no end as the db is just out, and they are asking all customers to force the host to upgrade. Must be glad they aren't hosts... they never thing of the repercussions, and they think all host sit around with just one server waiting daily just to do all sorts of upgrades the second it is out.

    And then when I told my client that it's untested, Vbulletin replied that they already tested it for 8 days. (and 0 for everyone else.. we have to rely on their word) lol... luckily they are forum software writers and not for enterprise class systems. I can't imagine the junk they will produce or the kind of bugs... or the fact that they sleep 1 hour in the data center because they are patching tons of machines.

    Oh well.. enough of my rant...

    That said, I will test it on a non-production box.

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    4.0.13 was suppose to fix the table crashes too i though.

    If you guys want to install it your selfs you can, just use the rpms that mysql provide... i'm NOT saying to do this. In fact i recommend you want for cPanel to update these. But if you must they should work.

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    Hmm... I just ran up2date and upcp and it didn't upgrade mysql.

    Is there another script to force this install?

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    In WHM click on update apache in the software list, php 4.3.3 is there, it auto-upgrades to MySQL 4.0.15 for you.

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    I can't have Cpanel controlling my PHP installation, because I need other extensions and some custom setup that Cpanel doesn't include in their options.

    It's all good. I upgraded manually without problems.

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    If you have Cpanel release version upgrades configured, just type

    /scripts/upcp

    or go to WHM and click on "Upgrade Cpanel"

    Cpanel added Mysql 4.0.15 to the upgrades.

    You need not recompile Apache, nor do you need to do it manually anymore.

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    yep looks like cPanel included the new mysql, to upgrade run /scripts/sysup

    (upcp will work too because it runs sysup it self)

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    /scripts/sysup doesn't seem to be doing anything, no update or anything. I even ran /scripts/upcp two times, no update to MySQL.

    Our other servers are updated, except this one server.

    Any ideas?

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    It didn't work for me, either, until I tried it later in the night.

    Is this something that depends on the time zone?

    In any case, I ran /upcp and it found the newer version was already installed - but it did install some other libraries and such.

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    silversurfer Well-Known Member

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    What's your update preference? Mine is set at Release and that updates. It is possible that it's not at Stable yet if that's what you set it as. At the same time, if you have auto update set, it would have already updated last night.

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    I just re-built apache from WHM and that's how my MySQL and PHP got upgraded. All this upcp and sysup is unncessary.

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    Recompiling apache to get mysql is like using a cow knife to cut butter.

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    I disabled autoupdate because usually a new update of cpanel will break something. If something's going to break, I don't want it to happen while I'm away on holiday. So I update manually.

    I only update to the latest STABLE, not the RELEASE, so perhaps that's why it took an extra two days for /upcp to update me (although of course 4.0.15 was always a stable release from mySQL - but I digress).

    In any case, three days after mySQL releases a new product isn't really too long to wait *IF* it means that the fine folks at Cpanel took that time to test things and make sure there weren't any compatibility issues.

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