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Problems with upgrading mysql

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by FrankHassani, May 4, 2007.

  1. FrankHassani

    FrankHassani Guest

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    Hi,
    I hired 2 administration pros to upgrade my virtual server with php, apache, mysql, but the virtual server won’t work any more when they install the new versions … seems that plesk or virtuozzo or both are making use of the current mysql version and needs to be re-tied with them after installation.

    Can someone tell me where I can find the information on what to take care of to be able to make upgrades under plesk / virtuozzo

    Best regards,
    Frank


    *** Current setup and upgrade plan :
    * Intel Pentium 4 Dual Core

    * Operating system Linux 2.6.9-022stab078.21-enterprise fedora core 4

    * Plesk V8.1.1 (they say it is fully mysql comatible now)

    * Web Server Apache V 2.0.5.4 updated to V2.4

    * php V 5.0.4 update to V5.2

    * MySQL V 4.1.1.4 update to V5
     
  2. atomicturtle

    atomicturtle Golden Pleskian

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    Ive just released rpms for both on my site. Id recommend upgrading from FC4 too, as it was EOL'd back in october.
     
  3. FrankHassani

    FrankHassani Guest

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    ... can u step by step me with this ?

    Would be great !

    Frank
     
  4. atomicturtle

    atomicturtle Golden Pleskian

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  5. siren@

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    For the OS you will have to talk to your VPS Provider. I would recommend moving to something such as CentOS so you don't have to worry about updating often.
     
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