The problem is this is RHEL 5, and there is no mysql 5.1 in their repo. I am told that it
is a bad idea to update to things that are not RHEL endorsed.
This is also running BIND SDB/DLZ, which was a rather problematic install. I am pretty
sure that 5.1 will not work with those drivers. If everyone feels this is a version
issue, I will give the update a try. Thanks.
Scott (* For off-list contact, replace talklists@ with scott@ *)
On Sep 16, 2010, at 3:53 PM, KETAN SHAH wrote:
> I believe your problem is that you are running an older version of
> MySQL for slave. MySQL recommands that slave be at least same version
> as the master if not newer. Upgrade slave to same version as master
> and everything should work as expected.