This is a discussion on RE: Installing Perl Modules - Mozilla ; Hi Michael, Thanks for the feedback. It makes me feel more confident that since you had 2.22 and 3.0.1 running on the same perl modules, hopefully when I install the missing modules, I will have no impact. Luckilly, I already ...
Thanks for the feedback. It makes me feel more confident that since you
had 2.22 and 3.0.1 running on the same perl modules, hopefully when I
install the missing modules, I will have no impact.
Luckilly, I already have the required version of DBD-mysql so that is one
less thing to worry about.
Tosh, Michael J wrote:
> Quoting Mark-E:
>> Hello, I have a question. I am in the process of upgrading Bugzilla
>> on a Solaris 8 box from 2.22 to 3.0.3. I ran the checksetup.pl script
>> and I see that I either have the correct version of perl module or it
>> is not found. Looks like there are no instances where I have to
>> upgrade an existing module which is good.
>> My question, is there anyone who went through a 2.22 - 3.0.3 upgrade
>> where they had to install new modules? I am wondering if by
>> installing new modules if you ran into any issues with Bugzilla 2.22
>> being impacted.
>> I have to install Email-Send and Email-MIME-Modifier (required). I
>> also have to install several optional modules so I can use graphs. I
>> need to install these before I cutover to make sure the new version
>> works properly. Users will continue to use version 2.22.
> I had run both 2.22 and 3.0.1 on the same box using the same perl
> modules for a while. No problems for me. On my production system
> (maintained by another group) I had them do all the install and upgrade
> of perl modules while I was still running 2.22, so I ran into no
> problems there either.
> The only issue I have run into so far running multiple versions is that
> if you want to use the 3.1/3.2 required versions, my mysql was looking
> for its socket connection on /tmp/mysql.sock after installing a new
> DBD-Mysql module. The old 3.0 and 2.22 versions looked for it in
> /var/lib/mysql/mysql.sock. It was defined in /etc/my.cnf for the
> var/lib location too. Never figured out why, so I just created a link
> to it in /tmp.
> I'm running on a SuSE 9 SLES ppc. My production server is on Fedora
> Core 4.
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