On 09/11/2014 21:44, heinkonijn wrote:
I have a question after reading this thread:
Simon says that some packages only become available after the server
has been registered.
So, what happens if I have mysql running on SLES11 and I upgrade my
server via booting the server from the DVD?
My servers do not have a any internet connection and cannot register
We use ZCM to manage/patch our servers.[/color]
If you’re upgrading one version of SLES to another then provided
packages installed in current version exist in the new then they should
be automatically upgraded (if they’re a newer version).
If any installed packages only exist in the new SLES12 modules you would
need to make sure those modules were available during the upgrade.
Now to your scenario, with one package being replaced by another - with
SLES12 MariaDB replaces MySQL. From
188.8.131.52 MariaDB Replaces MySQL #
The MariaDB open source database replaces the MySQL database system.
To retain compatibility with existing (MySQL based) deployments and
dependencies, MariaDB is using the name libmysql.so for shared
libraries. Thus, according to the SUSE and openSUSE Shared Library
Policy the RPMs for the MariaDB shared libraries are called libmysql.
My reading of the above is that MySQL packages in the old version should
be replaced by MariaDB in SLES12 and databases should continue to work.
Note MariaDB packages exist in SLES12 DVD1 rather than any module or
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