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MySQL installation failed dependencies error

Posted on 2012-12-28
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when I tried to install MySQL-Server-5.5.29, the rpm gives me error like below, could you please give me some help, thank you.


[root@apollo downloaded]# ls
httpd-2.4.3  httpd-2.4.3.tar  MySQL-server-5.5.29-1.linux2.6.x86_64.rpm  php-5.4.10  php-5.4.10.tar
[root@apollo downloaded]# rpm -ivh MySQL-server-5.5.29-1.linux2.6.x86_64.rpm
error: Failed dependencies:
        mysql conflicts with MySQL-server-5.5.29-1.linux2.6.x86_64
        mysql-server conflicts with MySQL-server-5.5.29-1.linux2.6.x86_64
        MySQL conflicts with mysql-5.1.61-4.el6.x86_64
        MySQL-server conflicts with mysql-server-5.1.61-4.el6.x86_64
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woolmilkporc earned 500 total points
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These are not dependency issues, they're version conflicts.

You already have mysql components installed, so use

rpm -Uvh MySQL-server-5.5.29-1.linux2.6.x86_64.rpm

This will update the installed version, instead of just trying to install it.
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Do you need more assistance on this? Any uncertainties?
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by:Jason Yu
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I used yum install php to install it. however after I finished this installation, it shows the edition is only 5.3.3. (i got this information through the info.php page). But my the web site developer asked me at least prepare 5.4 for him. I have to upgrade it again.

Which way I should take? Can I use the same command as you provided above? Since the present edition was installed by yum, I am not sure rpm repository would recognize it.

My question is how to upgrade it from here? ,thank you a lot.
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yum uses rpm behind the scenes, so it's no problem running "rpm -U ...", for mysql, php or whatever.
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by:Jason Yu
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good, I will try it out this afternoon when I am vpn to office.

thanks and have a nice weekend.
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by:Jason Yu
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I tried to run the above command as you instructed, it gives me this prompt:


[root@apollo downloaded]# rpm -Uvh MySQL-server-5.5.29-1.linux2.6.x86_64.rpm
error: Failed dependencies:
        mysql conflicts with MySQL-server-5.5.29-1.linux2.6.x86_64
        mysql-server conflicts with MySQL-server-5.5.29-1.linux2.6.x86_64
        MySQL conflicts with mysql-5.1.66-2.el6_3.x86_64
        MySQL-server conflicts with mysql-server-5.1.66-2.el6_3.x86_64
[root@apollo downloaded]#
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by:Jason Yu
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Also, how to upgrade PHP version from 5.3.3 to 5.4.10. I downloaded php-5.4.10.tar. file and unzipped it. there is a folder there with the same name. The folder content is as follows:

[root@apollo php-5.4.10]# ls
acinclude.m4      configure        header         Makefile.gcov    php5.spec.in         README.MAILINGLIST_RULES          README.STREAMS             scripts                  TSRM
aclocal.m4        configure.in     INSTALL        Makefile.global  php.gif              README.namespaces                 README.SUBMITTING_PATCH    server-tests-config.php  UPGRADING
build             CREDITS          install-sh     makerpm          php.ini-development  README.NEW-OUTPUT-API             README.TESTING             server-tests.php         UPGRADING.INTERNALS
buildconf         ext              LICENSE        missing          php.ini-production   README.PARAMETER_PARSING_API      README.TESTING2            snapshot                 vcsclean
buildconf.bat     EXTENSIONS       ltmain.sh      mkinstalldirs    README.EXTENSIONS    README.PHP4-TO-PHP5-THIN-CHANGES  README.UNIX-BUILD-SYSTEM   stamp-h.in               win32
CODING_STANDARDS  footer           main           netware          README.EXT_SKEL      README.REDIST.BINS                README.WIN32-BUILD-SYSTEM  stub.c                   Zend
config.guess      generated_lists  makedist       NEWS             README.GIT-RULES     README.RELEASE_PROCESS            run-tests.php              svnclean.bat
config.sub        genfiles         Makefile.frag  pear             README.input_filter  README.SELF-CONTAINED-EXTENSIONS  sapi                       tests
[root@apollo php-5.4.10]#
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OK, seems you're trying to install a MySQL distribution different from the one you installed before.

So uninstall the previous version first.

rpm -e mysql-5.1.66-2.el6_3.x86_64
rpm -e mysql-server-5.1.66-2.el6_3.x86_64

Then run

rpm -ivh MySQL-server-5.5.29-1.linux2.6.x86_64.rpm

As for PHP - you downloaded the source tarball, which is meant to be compiled and linked by yourself.
Is this what you desire?
I'd rather suggest downloading and installing the appropriate RPM (binary) package.
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by:Jason Yu
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thanks a lot, I will download the RPM package for PHP. Whichone should I run first to upgrade?

The developer is very annoying, he asked me to install these things exact the same version as he provided. I don't think there are lots of difference between versions.

thanks a lot.
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by:Jason Yu
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After I upgrade, will it be working automatically or I need reconfigure it manually. I am not very good at LAMP setup, so kind of worry about it. thank you.
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All paths should remain the same, but I'm not sure about config files.

Save the following configs before uninstalling, and restore them afterwards if necessary.

MySQL:

/etc/my.cnf
datadir/my.cnf

where datadir is the data directory of MySQL, by default /usr/local/mysql/data

PHP:

php.ini, in /etc, /usr/local/lib, /etc/httpd/... or your public html directory.
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Hi, woolmilkporc:

Could you help me find an RPM package for PHP 5.4 or above? I plan to upgrade PHP first then MySQL. Thank you very much.
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by:Jason Yu
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I got an article here: http://www.tecmint.com/install-apache-mysql-php-on-redhat-centos-fedora/

But I've already installed all the modules, just need to upgrade two of them, Do I need still follow this procedure, thank you.
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PHP RPMs for Fedora are e.g. here:

FC19: http://www.rpmfind.net//linux/RPM/fedora/devel/rawhide/x86_64/p/php-5.4.10-1.fc19.x86_64.html

FC18: http://www.rpmfind.net//linux/RPM/fedora/updates/testing/18/x86_64/php-5.4.10-1.fc18.x86_64.html

I don't know which Linux distro you're on, so have a look at the full list:

http://www.rpmfind.net/linux/rpm2html/search.php?query=php&submit=Search+...&system=&arch=

The procedure descriobed in your link is meant to install everything from scratch.

Of course you could uninstall not only MySQL but also PHP and Apache first to then follow the mentioned procedure. You will get Apache, MySQL 5.5.28 and PHP 5.4.10 and all required modules from Rémi Collet's repository, which is just OK.

Following the procedure you will end up with a consistent, up-to-date installation, so I think it's not a bad idea following it.

If you get "already installed" messages for modules you didn't uninstall try "yum reinstall" instead of "yum install", or remove them first by means of "rpm -e ..." or better "yum remove ...".
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by:Jason Yu
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hi, woolmilkporc:

Got all three parts re-installed, they are working perfectly.

I first uninstalled all modules then follow that article to install Rémi Collet's repository.

BTW, what does Remi collet's mean, is it a name? And also what does repository mean?

thanks.
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Rémi Collet is the name of a french guy who works on maintaining PHP and MySQL distributions.
His main goal is keeping the package collections consistent and much more up to date than the standard ones.

A repository is a collection of packages suitable for download and installation by a particular package management utility.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Software_repository

Your package management utility is YUM, and Rémi Collet's collection is a YUM repository.

YUM = Yellowdog Updater, Modified

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yellowdog_Updater,_Modified
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got this solved, thank  you.
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