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Failure after upgrade

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Re: Failure after upgrade

Postby fox » 16 Jul 2013, 18:25

I'm not sure how your mysql problem is related to tt-rss.

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Re: Failure after upgrade

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Re: Failure after upgrade

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Re: Failure after upgrade

Postby fox » 17 Jul 2013, 04:51

tt-rss uses stock PHP functions to connect, I have no idea what is they are talking about.

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Re: Failure after upgrade

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Re: Failure after upgrade

Postby MaxSupernova » 17 Jul 2013, 13:52

Thanks! I appreciate the time and your patience.

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Re: Failure after upgrade

Postby MaxSupernova » 23 Jul 2013, 20:18

Okay, just an update for anyone who is searching on this:

Lunarpages just confirmed that even though the MySQL database has been upgraded, using cPanel to create databases and users still uses 16 byte encrypted passwords instead of 41 byte.

So, the reason this was so confusing is that even though you have upgraded both mysql and PHP, you still get the old style encryption without any notice or warning.

cPanel people are apparently "working on it" and it will be fixed sometime. Until then, you need someone with mysql root user access to fix your user to use 41 byte encryption.

Thanks to most folks here for useful input.


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