MariaDB and MySQL for MySQL Governor have been scheduled for gradual rollout

Nov 24, 2020 2:45:13 PM / by Inessa Atmachian

 

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New updated MariaDB and MySQL packages for MySQL Governor for CloudLinux OS 6, 7, and 8 have been scheduled for gradual rollout from our production repository.

Rollout slot: 4

Rolled out to: 0.2%

ETA for 100% rollout: December, 7

Changelog

cl-MariaDB101-10.1.48-1

  • Updated up to 10.1.48

cl-MariaDB102-10.2.36-1

  • Updated up to 10.2.36

cl-MariaDB103-10.3.27-1

  • Updated up to 10.3.27
  • MYSQLG-540: Fixed mytop shebang

cl-MariaDB104-10.4.17-1

  • Updated up to 10.4.17

cl-MySQL80-8.0.22-1

  • Updated up to 8.0.22

Installation

To install cl-MariaDB/cl-MySQL packages, follow our documentation for the instructions here.
 
Note: There is no way to immediate install for these packages (only immediate update).
For a new installation you should install current stable packages through governor-mysql using instruction above and only after that, you can update cl-MySQL/cl-MariaDB from the rollout slot via bypass.

Immediate Update (via bypass)

Note: Please make a full database backup (including system tables) before you upgrade MySQL or switch to MariaDB. This action will prevent data loss in case something goes wrong.

To update cl-MariaDB, run:

# yum update cl-MariaDB* --enablerepo=cloudlinux-rollout-4-bypass

To update MySQL, run:

# yum update cl-MySQL* --enablerepo=cloudlinux-rollout-4-bypass

Topics: MySQL, Technical Blog, MariaDB, Gradual rollout

Inessa Atmachian

Written by Inessa Atmachian

Inessa Atmachian is a Technical Writer. She is responsible for developing technical product documentation for CloudLinux OS, KernelCare, and Imunify360 products. She provides customers with release notes and information on product updates.

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