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Getting CloudLinux to work with MariaDB and Litespeed
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  1. 18.04.2013 17:04:12
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Brandon Olivares Accepted Answer
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Hello,


I've been using CloudLinux. I installed MariaDB to replace MySQL. However, now, MySQL Governor doesn't seem to work. dbtop shows all 0s.

I also have litespeed installed. When I run lvetop, only “nobody” is displayed.

What do I need to do to have these stats properly calculated so that resource usage can be done?
  1. 18.04.2013 19:04:21
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Brandon Olivares Accepted Answer
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OK, I think I got Litespeed working, but MariaDB still is not working with CloudLinux, especially MySQL Governor. I saw an announcement from earlier this year that claimed to have a patch for MariaDB, but following the installation instructions only resulted in overwriting MariaDB and having the default MySQL installation.

So anything I can do here?
  1. 19.04.2013 07:04:34
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Igor Seletskiy Accepted Answer
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You have to run our version of MariaDB -- and selection process is not trivial right now. We will improve it in the next versions of the governor.
  1. 19.04.2013 09:04:01
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Brandon Olivares Accepted Answer
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How do you use your version of MariaDB, then? And what do you mean “selection process is not trivial”?


It'd be great if you could tell me how I can choose this option.
  1. 04.11.2013 13:11:13
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Martin Kuchar Accepted Answer
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I also want to use MariaDB instead of MySQL. MariaDB is not in CL repository (at least for Centos6)
This thread is still unanswered for more then 6 months!

thank you,
Martin Kuchar
  1. 04.11.2013 13:11:28
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Igor Seletskiy Accepted Answer
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Martin, please, check MySQL governor documentation in docs.cloudlinux.com
MariaDB was supported for a long, long time.
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