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MySQL 5.5 - Is cPanel staff sleeping?

Discussion in 'Database Discussions' started by Gencer, Jan 21, 2011.

  1. Gencer

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    nevermind .)
     
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    hmm- i dont really see a question here, wish i could help
     
  3. rlshosting

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    He or she is probably wondering if it's out or going to come out anytime soon.
     
  4. cPanelTristan

    cPanelTristan Quality Assurance Analyst
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    A search on the forum for MySQL 5.5 will yield the following thread discussing the status:

    Filed MySQL 5.5 GA

    We have an entire project devoted to MySQL 5.5 to research incorporating it into cPanel. Of note, there are considerations beyond simply adding it as an available MySQL option. For example, we need to support any prior existing variables in /etc/my.cnf that might conflict with an upgrade to MySQL 5.5 so that those systems continue to have working MySQL after such an upgrade.
     
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    not sure if this would work, but why no on 5.5 upgrade, you could backup my.cnf to my.cnf-backup and then on /etc/my.cnf file do a search and replace for variable names which have changed ?
     
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