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I had a similar problem, but instead of different arrays, mdadm.conf got empty after a Debian upgrade (Lenny to Squeeze). W: mdadm: /etc/mdadm/mdadm.conf defines no arrays. The same solution worked. I used the output of mkconf as my mdadm.conf: /usr/share/mdadm/mkconf > /etc/mdadm/mdadm.conf The reboot test passed.
PHP 5.3 is not 100% backwards compatible with PHP 5.5. An important change is that the old fashioned mysql connector (http://php.net/manual/en/book.mysql.php) is deprecated. More info on deprecated functions for PHP 5.4 => PHP 5.5: http://php.net/manual/en/migration55.deprecated.php PHP 5.3 => PHP 5.4: http://php.net/manual/en/migration54.deprecated.php I ...
PHP 5.4 and 5.5 could display more warnings on different things. Depending on the PHP applications, those warnings / errors can be visible to the end user also. Therefore I recommend you to upgrade the PHP in your test environment, and test if things work as they should, before you upgrade it in your production environment.
I've managed to fix it by running 'package-cleanup --cleandupes' several times and then running yum update. All working okay now. Cheers
I have solved such problems in the past with package-cleanup tool (install "yum-utils") with --cleandupes and then repeat yum check and yum-complete-transaction.
correct el%24releasever variable name to $releasever in your repo file. for more information about yum variables check yum.conf. Variables There are a number of variables you can use to ease maintenance of yum's configuration files. They are available in the values of several options including name, baseurl and commands. $releasever This will ...
Pinning is the canonical way to pin packages to a certain version on Debian based Linuxes. Configuration management tools like Puppet or Chef can be used to roll out a pinning config to many hosts.
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