CloudLinux - Incorrect Path used for mariadb10 mysql module symlinks

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After the recent alt-php updates some servers with mariadb10 installed faced an issue when mysql modules were symlinked to wrong location, example of such broken symlinks:

66061805 0 lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 40 Jul 22 02:26 ./pdo_mysql.so -> /opt/alt/php55/etc/mysql10./
pdo_mysql.so
66061796 0 lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 37 Jul 22 02:26 ./mysqli.so -> /opt/alt/php55/etc/mysql10./mysqli.so
66061614 0 lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 36 Jul 22 02:26 ./mysql.so -> /opt/alt/php55/etc/mysql10./mysql.so
The problem is a critical as it brake mysql support for websites who use our PHP-Selector. We removed broken packages from update repos however if you were affected by this issue just run /usr/bin/alt-php-mysql-reconfigure script which will recreate proper sysmlinks:

/usr/bin/alt-php-mysql-reconfigure
We are also working on a permanent fix, so that the issue would never come back.

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