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MySQL and Exim Not Installing

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by KD0IGO, Feb 28, 2012.

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  1. KD0IGO

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    I've performed a WHM/cPanel installation using the Edge and Current release, and neither one installed MySQL or Exim out of the box.

    It tells me this:
    root@c5cpanel [~]# /scripts/mysqlup
    Updates for “mysql†are disabled because “/etc/mysqldisable†exists.

    That file doesn't exist. Brand new CentOS installation in a VM.

    root@c5cpanel [~]# ll /etc |grep mysqldisable
    root@c5cpanel [~]#

    WHM Update Setting, the MySQL Server is set to 'Inherit', and is not set to None/Disabled. Is there a trick to getting this to install?
     
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    Infopro cPanel Sr. Product Evangelist
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    I'm not sure what that comment means, installing cPanel from scratch installs RELEASE I believe. And MySQL and EXIM.

    Installing cPanel & WHM - cPanel Documentation
     
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    You're able to create a file before hand that tells cPanel what tree to install from, /etc/cpupdate.conf.
     
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    Hello,

    What is currently in your /etc/cpupdate.conf file? Since you've already installed cPanel, it should contain more data than the CPANEL= line at this point. Please go ahead and copy and paste the entire contents of that file.

    Thanks!
     
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    Hello. I've pasted the requested information for you.

    This is from a new installation that completed about 10 minutes ago. Before I started the install of cPanel, I created /etc/cpupdate.conf with the following:
    Code:
    CPANEL=edge
    
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    [root@cPedge etc]# cat cpupdate.conf 
    BANDMINUP=inherit
    BSDPORTS=yes
    COURIERUP=never
    CPANEL=edge
    DOVECOTUP=inherit
    EXIMUP=inherit
    FTPUP=inherit
    MYSQLUP=inherit
    NSDUP=never
    PYTHONUP=inherit
    RPMUP=daily
    SARULESUP=daily
    SYSUP=daily
    UPDATES=manual
    [root@cPedge etc]# /scripts/mysqlup --force
    Updates for "mysql" are disabled because "/etc/mysqldisable" exists.
    [root@cPedge etc]# ll /etc/mysqldisable
    ls: /etc/mysqldisable: No such file or directory
    [root@cPedge etc]# /usr/local/cpanel/cpanel -V
    11.32.1 (build 4)
    
     
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    Hello,

    I'm unable to replicate this on one of my machines. Please Submit A Ticket
     
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