Unable to migrate from mysql 5.7 to MariaDB 10.3 with WHM CPANEL
Hello, i just purchased a new droplet in DG with WHM cpanel and imported several accounts from an other vps hosted by an other provider, i used the transfer tool, and all is working as it should be, but probably i did a little mistake, seems like in the previous vps it had MariaDB, but in the new droplet i have mysql 5.7, so first i created a new test droplet, and try to do the upgrade but it failed, i got this log:
Starting process with log file at /var/cpanel/logs/mysql_upgrade.20200128-193047/unattended_upgrade.log Obtained version information from system. Beginning “MariaDB 10.2” upgrade... Obtained version information from system. Ensuring the “MariaDB102” repository is available and working. checkyum version 22.3 (excludes: bind-chroot ruby) Restarting mysql service. Waiting for “mysql” to restart ……waiting for “mysql” to initialize ………finished. Service Status mysqld (/usr/sbin/mysqld --daemonize --pid-file=/var/run/mysqld/mysqld.pid) is running as mysql with PID 23121 (systemd+/proc check method). Startup Log Jan 28 19:30:49 cpanel-whm-centos-s-1vcpu-1gb-sfo2-01 systemd: Starting MySQL Server... Jan 28 19:30:50 cpanel-whm-centos-s-1vcpu-1gb-sfo2-01 systemd: Started MySQL Server. Log Messages 2020-01-28T19:30:50.937582Z 0 [Note] /usr/sbin/mysqld: ready for connections. 2020-01-28T19:30:49.615690Z 0 [Note] /usr/sbin/mysqld: Shutdown complete mysql restarted successfully. Multiple versions of the coreutils are installed: package MariaDB-client is not installed package MariaDB-common is not installed package MariaDB-compat is not installed package MariaDB-devel is not installed package MariaDB-server is not installed package MariaDB-shared is not installed coreutils 8.22-24.el7 coreutils 8.22-23.el7 grep 2.20-3.el7 perl-DBI 1.627-4.el7 shadow-utils 4.6-5.el7 shadow-utils 188.8.131.52-25.el7_6.1 at /usr/local/cpanel/Cpanel/SysPkgs/YUM.pm line 594. Obtained version information from system. Proceeding with MySQL/MariaDB upgrade despite the following: Critical: MariaDB enables "strict mode" by default as of version 10.2. Strict mode controls how MariaDB and MySQL handle invalid or missing values in data-change statements such as INSERT or UPDATE. Applications not built with strict mode enabled may cause undesired behavior; please verify applications using MariaDB are compatible before upgrading. More information about strict mode is available here. Normal: When you upgrade from MySQL® to MariaDB 10.2 or later, the mysql_upgrade utility may emit several database table-related errors. The discrepancies in the tables between MySQL and MariaDB versions produce the errors; however, the upgrade process will resolve these issues.
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