Re: Getting Bugzila to run (was RE: [Fwd: ibm and bugzilla])

classic Classic list List threaded Threaded
3 messages Options
Reply | Threaded
Open this post in threaded view
|

Re: Getting Bugzila to run (was RE: [Fwd: ibm and bugzilla])

Benton, Kevin
> Yes, I tried running the Perl code and it continues to fail with the
error
> message as below in this email:
>    "...Can't locate auto/DBI/new.al in @INC..."

David - it seems that the problem is clearly between Perl and MySQL.  

> My localconfig has user 'bugs' and the proper password. When logging
in
> with:
>    mysql -u bugs -p
> I am prompted for the password and then logs in.  There is no 'bugs'
> database to attach to though because checkconfig.pl errors on the
template
> portion and doesn't create the 'bugs' database.
>
> I doubt there are multiple copies of either because before installing
> either
> Perl 5.8 or mySQL 4.1.12, I performed a 'find * / | grep -i
[perl/mysql]'
> and removed all occurences so that the install would be clean.

How did you remove Perl and MySQL?  Are you sure you removed not only
the executables, but the libraries and support files?

This is not sounding good.  If I were in your shoes, I would start over
on a clean system and forget upgrading Perl and MySQL.  I'd install
Bugzilla on the stock system first so you can prove to yourself that it
works.  After that, I'd consider playing with newer versions of Perl and
MySQL.  From what I'm hearing you say (as above), it seems there is a
real problem with the libraries Perl is attempting to use.



-
To view or change your list settings, click here:
<http://bugzilla.org/cgi-bin/mj_wwwusr?user=lists@...>
Reply | Threaded
Open this post in threaded view
|

Re: Getting Bugzila to run (was RE: [Fwd: ibm and bugzilla])

Jason Pyeron
On RHEL the RPMs get real prissy, if you mess with php-mysql or perl-mysql
stuff, that being said, they require libmysqlclient.so.10, not .so so they
are tied to mysql 3.23.x specifically.

you can
1) hack it up it to get it to work
2) or you can obliterate the rpms and use another distro's on top of it
3) use some compat rpms, mysql has on for 4.0.21, but not the 4.1.12, we
have made some in house to get BZ to work out of the box, also MySQL has
RHEL version just a few lines down on the DL page.

--
-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
-                                                               -
- Jason Pyeron                      PD Inc. http://www.pdinc.us -
- Partner & Sr. Manager             7 West 24th Street #100     -
- +1 (410) 808-6646 (c)             Baltimore, Maryland 21218   -
-                                                               -
-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-

This message is for the designated recipient only and may contain
privileged, proprietary, or otherwise private information. If you
have received it in error, purge the message from your system and
notify the sender immediately.  Any other use of the email by you
is prohibited.
-
To view or change your list settings, click here:
<http://bugzilla.org/cgi-bin/mj_wwwusr?user=lists@...>
Reply | Threaded
Open this post in threaded view
|

Re: Getting Bugzila to run (was RE: [Fwd: ibm and bugzilla])

Dave Miller
Jason Pyeron wrote:

> On RHEL the RPMs get real prissy, if you mess with php-mysql or perl-mysql
> stuff, that being said, they require libmysqlclient.so.10, not .so so they
> are tied to mysql 3.23.x specifically.
>
> you can
> 1) hack it up it to get it to work
> 2) or you can obliterate the rpms and use another distro's on top of it
> 3) use some compat rpms, mysql has on for 4.0.21, but not the 4.1.12, we
> have made some in house to get BZ to work out of the box, also MySQL has
> RHEL version just a few lines down on the DL page.

Just grab the SRPM for perl-DBD-mysql and edit the spec file to change
the dependency from mysql-devel to MySQL-devel (just a case change) then
rebuild it.  It works.

If you're not anal about using RPMs, it's much easier to just use CPAN
to install DBD::mysql from source.

--
Dave Miller                                   http://www.justdave.net/
System Administrator, Mozilla Foundation       http://www.mozilla.org/
Project Leader, Bugzilla Bug Tracking System  http://www.bugzilla.org/
-
To view or change your list settings, click here:
<http://bugzilla.org/cgi-bin/mj_wwwusr?user=lists@...>