Hi – I have installed MySQL 8 on a server. Under Configuration -> Servers I’ve added the ‘MySQL 8’. Everything looks good, i’ve given it the root login e.t.c.
However, when I go to create a Hosting plan, underneath MySQL 8 there’s nothing to pick from. Whereas on an older server with MySQL 5, you can choose how many databases are permitted under the plan, how many users, max db size and so on.
As such, it looks like the MySQL 8 integration isn’t working correctly for me. Any ideas?
Ran into the same issue myself. Was able to add and configure the MySQL 8 server. However when you go to add the server to the hosting plan the options do not display like the MySQL or MS SQL server does. Just figured it was me trying to install Server 2019 Datacenter and MySQL 8.
I am about to spin up a SRV-2016 LAB and see if the issue is SRV-2019.
The server I deployed it on was Windows 2016, so definitely not a Windows 2019 issue only. Interestingly enough, on the same server I uninstalled MySQL 8 and installed MySQL 5.7 and that worked without any other modifications being made to the server, so I’m guessing there is still some sort of bug within SolidCP relating to MySQL 8.
Thank you for this feedback.
Just to make sure: You have allowed mysql 8 in hosting plan correct? (it should be a different section then mysql 5).
Yes – that was where i first noticed the problem. Logged in as serveradmin, under Account Menu -> Hosting plans, when i ticked ‘MySQL 8’, nothing appeared underneath it.
Whereas when i ticked mysql 5, further boxes appeared allowing me to choose how many databases e.t.c.
I´ve ran in to the exact same problem. Anyone has a solution yet?
I have just checked the code and there was some changes to fully support MySQL 8 in the next version of SolidCP. I would advise wait until 1.4.3 to be able to use this fully.
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