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Discussion in 'Database Discussion' started by tmvnews, Jun 26, 2002.

  1. tmvnews

    tmvnews Well-Known Member

    Apr 5, 2002
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    Can i upgrade these to the latest verstion without messing cpanel up??

    Thank you

    P.S i did submit a TT before i posted this and tried to search but didn't find anything and didn't get a reply
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  2. mickalo

    mickalo Well-Known Member

    Apr 16, 2002
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    N.W. Iowa

    You can install MySQL in a different location, either by using the binary
    or source distribution from MySQL. As the Cpanel uses the RPM install and
    installs MySQL in the default location, /var/lib/mysql.

    We did this on our server as we run two differnet MySQL server/clients
    for production and development projects. We removed the RPM version and
    had to make various modification to the Cpanel skins.

    After removing the RPM MySQL version, (rpm -e MySQL),.. we had to create
    a symbolic link from the /tmp/mysql.sock to /var/lib/mysql/mysql.sock.

    Or if you want to leave the MySQL installed for the Cpanel. Then simply
    install a second copy, using a differnet socket and TCP/IP configuration
    and setup and config a my.cnf file in the new MySQL base directory.

    I recommend building from the source distro, alot more flexibility.

    Hope this helps.

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