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mysql 5.0.51a bug ! Please upgrade

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Misiek, Oct 22, 2008.

  1. Misiek

    Misiek Well-Known Member

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    MySQL 5.0.67 is currently in EDGE and CURRENT and has yet to propagate to RELEASE or STABLE. I don't have exact ETAs on when this support will propagate to the other builds as part of this process involves additional QA work. However, as this propagation process is already in progress, I believe "soon" would be an accurate representation of when we'll see this in RELEASE. After RELEASE, it may be at least a month before we see it propagate to STABLE.
     
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    Can you at least patch the version 5.0.51a to remove this bug ??
     
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    Did you mean MySQL 5.0.67 in EDGE and CURRENT?
     
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    Are you experiencing this problem on FreeBSD or Linux?

    Since 5.0.67 is working its way through the branches, we will not provide a fix for 5.0.51a.
     
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    cPanelDavidG Technical Product Specialist

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    Indeed I did, sorry about that :).
     
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    cPanelDavidG is there any way to install this version of mySQL earlier then the will be avalible in RELEASE branch i have many problems with this bug!
     
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    You can do this at your own risk:
    (1) Change your update preference to CURRENT with mysql Inherit,
    (2) from ssh run /scripts/mysqlup
    (3) After completion, change back your update preference to your previous setting, but left mysql Never update

    susan,
     
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    How to set mysql to never update ??
     
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    In WHM -> Server Configuration -> Update Config, under MySQL, set it to Never.
     
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    Hello David,
    Thanks for your reply,
    I just have last question, should i expect any problems with MySQL in cpanel ?
     
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    I generally advise against unsupported versions of software we manage ourselves (such as MySQL). Quality Assurance testing is done to ensure compatibility with these newer versions of services with cPanel/WHM. Any adjustments that need to be performed with our software are then performed to ensure compatibility.

    By installing a version of MySQL, for example, that is not yet supported by that build - you run the risk of encountering issues with cPanel/WHM.
     
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    Ok,
    If so can i go back easily to 5.0.51a when something goes wrong ?
     
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    If you change the tweak setting back (so it isn't "never") and run /scripts/mysqlup - that should do the trick to get you back on 5.0.51a-2cp assuming 5.0.67 isn't supported by then.
     
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