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Plesk 8.1 : Upgrade MYSQL to 4.1 or 5 ?

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by fgilain, Jan 7, 2007.

  1. fgilain

    fgilain Guest

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    Hi all,

    Now that my Plesk server is in 8.1.0 version...i'd like to upgrade MYSQL t oa more recent version....let's say 4.1 or 5 (why not ?)

    But i'm not really a Linux GURU and i suppose there may have many problems to do this ? i have read on the FAQ of SWSoft few articles speaking about dependencies problems without giving a solution for beginner like me...

    NB : I bought Plesk in order to not to have to compile or...re-compile anything ;-((

    Florent
     
  2. atomicturtle

    atomicturtle Golden Pleskian

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    Ive got 5.0 rpms in my archive, what distro are you on?
     
  3. killedar

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    It is still in testing correct?

    I read somewhere on Atomic turtle forum, mysql 5.0 for psa8.1 is still bleeding (meaning not yet officially released ) correct?
     
  4. atomicturtle

    atomicturtle Golden Pleskian

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    Well its not so much in testing/bleeding because its bad, its just that when I move it to the atomic channel its going to cause a lot of problems for the folks running 7.5.4 (which includes me). I went through similar pain when I moved php 5 down into atomic. I'm not prepared to deal with the torrent of emails thats going to ensue when I push that down. Short term I'll probably move mysql 5 into atomic-testing in the next week or so.
     
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