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MYSQL Error during /scripts/upcp

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by mydomain, Nov 1, 2004.

  1. mydomain

    mydomain Well-Known Member

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    MYSQL Errors during /scripts/upcp

    Our update is unable to progress as it keeps reaching the following and halting with no further progress:

    Code:
    MySQL-server is not up to date (Sun May 16 04:00:43 2004)
    --20:39:05--  http://www.teta.it/mysql/Downloads/MySQL-4.0/MySQL-server-4.0.22-0.i386.rpm
               => `/var/spool/cpupdates/MySQL-server-4.0.22-0.i386.rpm'
    Resolving www.teta.it... done.
    Connecting to www.teta.it[62.108.227.10]:80... connected.
    HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 302 Found
    Location: http://lvs1.zucchetti.com/notfound.html [following]
    --20:39:05--  http://lvs1.zucchetti.com/notfound.html
               => `/var/spool/cpupdates/MySQL-server-4.0.22-0.i386.rpm'
    Resolving lvs1.zucchetti.com... done.
    Connecting to lvs1.zucchetti.com[62.108.227.10]:80... connected.
    HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
    Length: unspecified [text/html]
    
        [ <=>                                 ] 1,394          1.33M/s
    
    20:39:05 (1.33 MB/s) - `/var/spool/cpupdates/MySQL-server-4.0.22-0.i386.rpm' saved [1394]
    
    error: open of <!DOCTYPE failed: No such file or directory
    error: open of HTML failed: No such file or directory
    error: open of PUBLIC failed: No such file or directory
    
    We also get the same for the MySQL-embedded, MySQL-bench, MySQL-shared,MySQL-shared-compat, MySQL-devel and MYSQL-Client packages.


    Please advise on this as it is causing a problem for us.

    TIA
     
    #1 mydomain, Nov 1, 2004
    Last edited: Nov 1, 2004
  2. mydomain

    mydomain Well-Known Member

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    Can anyone help with this? bdraco or cpanel staff?
     
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    You should submit a support ticket if you want them to help.
     
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    mydomain Well-Known Member

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    They drop by occasionally my friend, I forgot to add God to the list.
     
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    They usually drop by to tell people to submit support requests if they want help. :)
     
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    mydomain Well-Known Member

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    What is the point of the forums then? If you dont have any answers then dont bother posting
     
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    FWC did give you an answer and a valid one at that. This forum while it is here for server admins and others to share and help, is not the end all and be all of support. Sometimes it is best to open a support ticket as FWC said.
     
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    Well said, thanks for that insight.
     
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    Not that I am averse to posting tickets, but in general, the _Real_Cause_ in 9/10 cases is never known. For example that blank Top command result in WHM had carried on for months... and all of sudden it is partly taken care of now, so it was more of a generic issue.

    Anup
     
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