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mysql 5.0.21 - stable tree - buggy

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Rubas, Aug 8, 2006.

  1. Rubas

    Rubas Well-Known Member

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    We just update ours manually anyway :D
     
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    How to update mysql manuallly ?
    Because waiting for cpanel reaction will take months
     
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    Update:

    Please read the last posts in the bugtracker:
    http://bugs.mysql.com/bug.php?id=19618

    They fixed this issue in the version 5.0.24 (5.0.22 was only a security update, 5.0.23 was never released). 5.0.22 won't help us at all ....
     
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    When I've updated our internal script I will post it here.
     
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    The 5.0.24 rpms are building and will be published after verification. There shouldn't be any problems and if so they will be released tomorrow for EDGE and CURRENT builds. Other builds will follow shortly.
     
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    I'm not sure if you see the dimension of this issue - you need only one vbb on the server and mysql crash several times per hour. Of course this not acceptable and there must be an immediately release for all branches like you did it for the buggy version 5.0.21.

    Can we install the 5.0.24 version manually without going with edge/current?
     
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    Yes u can only download glibc23 rpms and do the rpm -Uhv worked like a charm for me
     
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    Did these get built ben? I don't see them on http://httpupdate.cpanel.net/mysqlinstall/
     
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    Building these rpms takes quite a while. The 64 bit rpms are finished; just waiting on a few remaining 32 bit rpms. I'm still hoping these will be finished today.
     
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    ... this is very annoying ...
     
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    You simply have to be patient. Anything cPanel releases has to go through QA and be shown to be stable otherwise they could end up breaking more than you're trying to fix.

    You can, of course, install it yourself from source and disable MySQL updates through cPanel until cPanel are able to release new versions. You probably won't get support for custom builds, though.
     
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    a) You don't need 24h to build your mysql rpm from the source

    b) QA - that is the reason why we stay at the stable tree ... but .. where was the QA if they decided to upgrade to 5.0.21 in the last 2 weeks?

    Was nobody reading the changelog, bugtracker ...
    http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.0/en/news-5-0-x.html
     
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    a) You most certainly do. You have to build for every possible OS combination and then test every one to ensure they function correctly in a wide range of applications - that process can take days

    As I said. Be patient. Getting aggrevated on these forums is pointless. If you have a concern about the issue, contact cPanel directly.
     
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    Are you building these on a 486? It's been 3 or 4 days now and it's still not done.
     
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    The point is they have only still built it for 64bit.
     
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    5.0.24 is now available for Current and Edge builds. Sorry for the delay.

    The other build trees will be updated on Monday.

    Additionally, 4.1 has been updated to 4.1.21.
     
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    But how do you get it? were running the "current" release but still have 5.0.21. Tried mysqlup but no change. :(
     
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