New Install on centos 7 fails - mariadb101u-server is gone

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New Install on centos 7 fails - mariadb101u-server is gone

Post by jens » 11 Jul 2021 14:19

Hi,
the build script fails, as it can not resove mariadb101u-server

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Error: Package: 1:eFa-4.0.4-13.eFa.el7.noarch (eFa4)
           Requires: mariadb101u-server >= 1:10.1.35-1
for now i try with

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yum install mariadb104-server mariadb104-server-utils mariadb104-backup mariadb104 mariadb104-devel mariadb104-libs
 
next i copied the build script changed to

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yum -y install eFa --skip-broken >> $LOGFILE 2>&1
looks good so far:

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2021.07.11-10:07:47 - eFa4 Installed
2021.07.11-10:07:47 - ============  EFA4 BUILD SCRIPT FINISHED  ============
2021.07.11-10:07:47 - ============  PLEASE REBOOT YOUR SYSTEM   ============
Do you wish to reboot the system now? (Y/N):
########################

But more things are to new :-(

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yum install eFa-4.0.0
Error: Package: 1:eFa-4.0.0-67.eFa.el7.x86_64 (eFa4)
           Requires: php72u-cli >= 7.2.13-2
Error: Package: 1:eFa-4.0.0-67.eFa.el7.x86_64 (eFa4)
           Requires: php72u-mbstring >= 7.2.13-2
Error: Package: 1:eFa-4.0.0-67.eFa.el7.x86_64 (eFa4)
           Requires: php72u-json >= 7.2.5-2
Error: Package: 1:eFa-4.0.0-67.eFa.el7.x86_64 (eFa4)
           Requires: php72u-gd >= 7.2.13-2
Error: Package: 1:eFa-4.0.0-67.eFa.el7.x86_64 (eFa4)
           Requires: php72u-xml >= 7.2.13-2
Error: Package: 1:eFa-4.0.0-67.eFa.el7.x86_64 (eFa4)
           Requires: php72u-ldap >= 7.2.13-2
Error: php74-common conflicts with php-common-5.4.16-48.el7.x86_64
Error: Package: 1:eFa-4.0.0-67.eFa.el7.x86_64 (eFa4)
           Requires: php72u-fpm >= 7.2.5-2
Error: Package: 1:eFa-4.0.0-67.eFa.el7.x86_64 (eFa4)
           Requires: mariadb101u-server >= 1:10.1.35-1
Error: Package: 1:eFa-4.0.0-67.eFa.el7.x86_64 (eFa4)
           Requires: php72u-mysqlnd >= 7.2.13-2
Error: Package: 1:eFa-4.0.0-67.eFa.el7.x86_64 (eFa4)
           Requires: php72u-process >= 7.2.5-2
Error: Package: 1:eFa-4.0.0-67.eFa.el7.x86_64 (eFa4)
           Requires: php72u >= 7.2.13-2

But

yum search php | grep 7 shows no php72 anymore, only php73 or php74

so i guess my old centos 7 is too modern.....
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Re: New Install on centos 7 fails - mariadb101u-server is gone

Post by shawniverson » 11 Jul 2021 15:52

Unfortunately, this will cause further problems. You won't make it very far during setup.

I am working on fixes.

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Re: New Install on centos 7 fails - mariadb101u-server is gone

Post by jens » 11 Jul 2021 16:24

Hi,
thanks :-)
( never ask for eta...)

i'm happy to see eFa 5 on debian - i like it...

as Centos 8 has EOL this year using Centos 7 was need :-(

jens

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Re: New Install on centos 7 fails - mariadb101u-server is gone

Post by shawniverson » 11 Jul 2021 16:53

Should be fixed now, just updated the repo.

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Re: New Install on centos 7 fails - mariadb101u-server is gone

Post by jens » 11 Jul 2021 21:37

Yes, thanks looks very good.
As well migration from V3.0.2.6 :-)

Just the LDAP AD stuff has to go from conf.php.v3 to the conf.php

very fast response, thanks again for your work

jens

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Re: New Install on centos 7 fails - mariadb101u-server is gone

Post by bikertrash » 12 Jul 2021 13:06

Yeah, just ran into this same thing this morning. Currently on eFa-4.0.4. Am I out of date?

Part of my morning routine is to check all of 16 of my Linux servers for any updates / upgrades.
"If it ain't broke, it needs a lot more fix'n."

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Re: New Install on centos 7 fails - mariadb101u-server is gone

Post by mikeyg79 » 12 Jul 2021 20:02

bikertrash wrote:
12 Jul 2021 13:06
Yeah, just ran into this same thing this morning. Currently on eFa-4.0.4. Am I out of date?

Part of my morning routine is to check all of 16 of my Linux servers for any updates / upgrades.
I just ran into this too. It seems upgrading MariaDB 10.1 to MariaDB 10.2 is a major release - have to uninstall 10.1 and install 10.2
At least looking at https://mariadb.com/kb/en/upgrading-fro ... riadb-102/

Going to make a backup image of our system tonight and manually try to upgrade MariaDB, then do the upgrade for eFa - hope it works.

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Re: New Install on centos 7 fails - mariadb101u-server is gone

Post by bikertrash » 13 Jul 2021 12:01

mikeyg79 wrote:
12 Jul 2021 20:02
I just ran into this too. It seems upgrading MariaDB 10.1 to MariaDB 10.2 is a major release - have to uninstall 10.1 and install 10.2
At least looking at https://mariadb.com/kb/en/upgrading-fro ... riadb-102/

Going to make a backup image of our system tonight and manually try to upgrade MariaDB, then do the upgrade for eFa - hope it works.
Hmm... after reading this, I went looking for the procedure to do that. Looks a bit spooky to me since my knowledge of Centos is a bit sketchy at best. Going to wait for your report and then perhaps take a crack at it here. Fortunately, mine is running on a VM so I can easily create a checkpoint end roll back to it if I manage to dork it all up. :D
"If it ain't broke, it needs a lot more fix'n."

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Re: New Install on centos 7 fails - mariadb101u-server is gone

Post by bikertrash » 18 Jul 2021 11:34

Although mine is not a new installation and as I mentioned above, I ran into this same error when checking for and attempting to install the latest update the other morning.

In my case it turned out to be a rather easy fix to upgrade MariaDB and then the EFA update installed without issue. Since I'm running this appliance as a Hyper-V guest, I first created a checkpoint and then from a command prompt while logged in as the root user, a "yum update" did the trick. After that, I restarted the appliance and ran some incoming and outgoing mail tests and all was well.
"If it ain't broke, it needs a lot more fix'n."

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