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Question about cpanel 11.44.1.b15 and newer

Discussion in 'Security' started by Venomous21, Aug 18, 2014.

  1. Venomous21

    Venomous21 Well-Known Member

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    Implemented case 108941: MySQL 5.0/5.1 compatibility fixes for 11.44.

    Is it now possible to update to cpanel 11.44 if you are running mysql 5.1? Previously, you were blocked unless you ran version 5.5 or newer.

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    Re: Question abou cpanel 11.44.1.b15 and newer

    I updated our mysql 5.1 servers to 11.44 tonight. Is cpanel still providing mysql patches or have their been no patches for mysql 5.1 since it's end-of-life last december? Notice some patches were mentioned in the logs. Thank you.
     
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    Hello :)

    Yes, you can now upgrade to cPanel version 11.44 when using MySQL 5.0 or MySQL 5.1. The changes stemming from case 108941 were implemented to ensure compatibility between those versions of MySQL and cPanel version 11.44. Both MySQL 5.0 and 5.1 are still end-of-life and it's advised that you upgrade to a newer version as soon as possible.

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    Please see this blog post: No Server Left Behind! (Removal of MySQL Blockers) | cPanel Blog

     
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