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Mysql Upgrade Suggestion

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by anup123, Oct 31, 2004.

  1. anup123

    anup123 Well-Known Member

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    4.0.20-Max was running originally.
    ./upcp upgraded with 4.0.22--standard

    Could resolve the issue by upgrading manually with 4.0.22-Max. However, for future Mysql upgrades through ./upcp have following suggestion:

    Really check which version is running ie whether it's Standard or Max and then upgrade accordingly. Hope this is taken care of.

    The only thing which i couldn't resolve is the version shown in WHM which still shows as 4.0.22-standard though ssh/and .err all shows 4.0.22-Max

    Your MySQL connection id is xxxx to server version: 4.0.22-Max

    So how to resolve the version issue shown in WHM?

    Thanks
    Anup
     
  2. paolorulez

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    4.0.22-Max

    4.0.22-standard

    where is the differences for Max or standard release? :confused:
     
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    anup123 Well-Known Member

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    The Standard binaries are recommended for most users, and includes the InnoDB storage engine. The Max version includes additional features such as the Berkeley DB storage engine and other features that have not been exhaustively tested or are not required for general usage, such as user-defined functions (UDFs), and BIG_TABLE support. When these features have matured and proven to be stable, they will be incorporated into future releases of the Standard binaries. The Debug binaries have been compiled with extra debug information, and are not intended for production use, because the included debugging code may cause reduced performance.
     
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    Yep it's more akin to the Standard, Release, Current, EDGE version of cPanel.
    So perhaps, /upcp could take a look at what's really running and then applying upgrades to the version that's running. The choice basically narrows down to standard and Max as debug version wouldn't be running on a production server anyway.

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