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  • Install perl-dbd with percona 5.5 on debian 6

    Subj. how ?
    errors on dependenses
    libmysqlclient16, which cann`t installed with errors
    mysql-common,which not installed.
    I`ve installed percona server 5.5 from apt repositories on debian 6

  • #2
    Because of this, and can not install maatkit, unfortunately. It turns out that the use of scripts in Perl, to administer the database does not work, but it's a very serious obstacle to the introduction of Percona Server in production.

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    • #3
      surely no one used in Debian is Percona Server 5.5 with Perl DBI?

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      • #4
        the problem is still highly relevant

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        • #5
          I had the same problem on a CentOS server, using Percona 5.5.

          When i tried to do a yum install perl-DBD-MySQL i got errors, because it also tried to install the package Percona-Server-shared-51, which is the wrong version.

          Then i did a yum install Percona-Server-shared-compat, which installed fine
          and then i could do a yum install perl-DBD-MySQL without problems

          Edit:
          i found the solution here:
          http://groups.google.com/group/percona-discussion/browse_thr ead/thread/17c147698bd31595?pli=1

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          • #6
            there is no such package in percona debian repository

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            • #7
              http://groups.google.com/group/percona-discussion/browse_thr ead/thread/eb75074369df6c5d
              here the solution

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              • #8
                There is no solution for me...

                I still cant install libdbd-mysql-perl without conflicts.
                In 5.1 the bug was fixed, why does it occur again in 5.5.15-rel21?

                thanks in advance
                schnix

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