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Correct MySQL Version

Last Updated: Aug 24, 2015 04:19PM CDT

If cPanel is displaying the wrong version of MySQL you'll need to access the filesystem for that particular user and remove/rename a file or two...

  1. If cPanel is displaying the wrong version of MySQL, you'll need to:

    cd /home/cpanelusername/.cpanel/datastore

    Once in the directory, you should see a file that's named something along the lines of:

    usr_sbin_mysqld_.

  2. Just in case something blows up, go ahead and rename the file:

    mv -v _usr_sbin_mysqld_--version _usr_sbin_mysqld_--version.bad

  3. Once that's done, login to cPanel for that particular customer and the file will get re-created with the correct info

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