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will WHM/cPanel work with MySQL Enterprise?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by jweiss, Aug 7, 2008.

  1. jweiss

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    I'm needing to install MySQL Enterprise on my server and I was wanting to make sure that WHM/cPanel 11 will still work with it as it does with MySQL Community Ed. Are there any gotchas I need to watch out for?

    Thanks,
    Jeremy
     
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    You need to disable mysqlup from running. Do this via the Update Config interface in WHM.
     
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    I also just upgraded to Enterprise(5.0.60) recently. I disabled mysqlup so it would stop reverting back to the old version(5.0.51a). However now I can no longer use WHM to restart services, repair databases, or show processes. What else do I need to configure in order to get these working again?

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    What errors are reported when attempting to perform those actions?

    You might want to open a support ticket regarding this as disabling mysqlup via the Update Configuration interface in WHM should not hamper the other functions. You can open a support ticket at https://tickets.cpanel.net/submit/
     
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