Nodren

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We are looking into upgrading to mysql 5 on our CentOS servers, I was wondering if there was any offical cpanel way of doing this, or if i should just follow a general linux howto?

also, is mysql 5.0 and mysql 5.1 production ready?

thanks.
 

tweakservers

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go into your WHM > TweakSettings and select the MySQL 5 > Save it

login as root via SSH and run /scripts/mysqlup, it will do the upgrade for you.
 

mickalo

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tweakservers said:
go into your WHM > TweakSettings and select the MySQL 5 > Save it

login as root via SSH and run /scripts/mysqlup, it will do the upgrade for you.
we did that earlier today and can not get MySQL restarted now, keep getting the following error:
Code:
Starting MySQLCouldn't find MySQL manager or server
ran easyapache again, still no luck getting mysql restarted now. any suggestion on how to get MySQL going again?? We were running 4.1.21 before with no problems. These are the RPM's installed now after the upgrade:
Code:
MySQL-embedded-4.1.21-0.glibc23
MySQL-shared-5.0.24-0.glibc23
MySQL-server-5.0.24-0.glibc23
MySQL-devel-5.0.24-0.glibc23
MySQL-bench-5.0.24-0.glibc23
MySQL-client-5.0.24-0.glibc23
so it appears everything is there.

Mickalo
 

katmai

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/etc/my.cnf

comment out the line ... restart mysql. all up

# basedir=/var/lib