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    Read error on update killed mysql

    Did the default procedure to update DA components:
    ./build update && ./build update_versions

    But this time there were several read-errors with mariadb and the Direct Admin update script apparently did not handle this situation correctly and now mysql server is down!

    ./build mysql did not help.

    How to proceed?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jet1972 View Post
    Did the default procedure to update DA components:
    ./build update && ./build update_versions

    But this time there were several read-errors with mariadb and the Direct Admin update script apparently did not handle this situation correctly and now mysql server is down!

    ./build mysql did not help.

    How to proceed?

    As no one replied and if some one gets in this same situation here is what I did to solve the problem:

    1. Deleted the broken mariadb download file from /usr/local/
    2. Proceed with ./build set_fastest && ./build mysql

    This solved the problem.

    BUT DA scripts should be more robust so this kind of situation should never happen.
    Last edited by jet1972; 08-08-2018 at 01:04 PM.
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    Thanks for posting solution CENTOS?

    See also here http://forum.directadmin.com/showthr...757#post289757

    Maybe some Directadmin Support can post some solutions for probs with latest updates Mariadb and or MYSQL

    And some howto in the DOCS for if things goes wrong?
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    My guess is that you was on files6, so many times I see in the forum users having trouble because of broken download from files6.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ikkeben View Post
    Thanks for posting solution CENTOS?
    Thanks for replying.

    This issue happened on Debian.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ditto View Post
    My guess is that you was on files6, so many times I see in the forum users having trouble because of broken download from files6.
    It was on the main repository files/files1
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    A howto for broken MYSQL / MARIADB updates is needed i think?

    http://forum.directadmin.com/showthread.php?t=56795
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