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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by majdi, Nov 14, 2007.

  1. majdi

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    Hello Everybody,

    I have MySQL 5.0.27 currently installed (Cpanel default), and i want to upgrade to 5.0.45. what do i need to do after i install the RPMs of 5.0.45?

    I have chosen Manual Updates Only in cPanel Package Updates Under Update Config, and i kept cPanel/WHM Updates: Automatic (STABLE tree) and Security Package Updates: Automatic. is this right? i do not need to upgrade any other packages

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    Note that 5.0.45 is currently only supported on EDGE and CURRENT. This has not yet propagated to RELEASE or STABLE and running /scripts/mysqlup will not update you to 5.0.45 on RELASE or STABLE at this time.
     
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    OK, i have just installed 5.0.45 rmps from dev.mysql.com, and everything is ok, with my current cpanel update settings, will cpanel automatically re-install 5.0.27 in the future?
     
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    In WHM -> Server Configuration -> Update Config you may want to set MySQL to "Never" just to be certain it isn't overwritten :).
     
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    Hi David,
    Sorry for asking too many questions, but i cannot see "Never" in Tweek Settings page, i can see only 5.0 radio checked and another tick box at the right that is not ticked,

    here is what i see
    MySQL® Version to use (you must run Software/Update Server Software (or /scripts/mysqlup) for this to take affect. You should then run buildapache/easyapache after changing this option. You may also need to run /scripts/perlinstaller --force Bundle::DBD::mysql. Updating from a previous version of MySQL® to a later version is not automatically reversable. You should backup your databases if you think you might wish to downgrade in the future.
    5.0
    Use old style (4.0) passwords with MySQL® 4.1+ (required if you have problems with PHP apps authenticating)
     
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    My Mistake, I meant WHM -> Server Configuration -> Update Config :)
     
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    Many thanks David...
     
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