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Deprecated '-O' option used in MySQL-OCF-Script

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SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 Service Pack 1


The MySQL-OCF-Script (/usr/lib/ocf/resource.d/heartbeat/mysql) in SLES11-SP1-HAE reports 
the following warning, when a monitor-operation with the newest MySQL-Enterprise-Server (Version
5.1.48-enterprise-gpl-advanced-log) is executed:

Warning: mysql: Option '-O' is deprecated. Use --variable-name=value instead.

In the OCF-Shellscript the variable "MYSQL_OPTIONS_LOCAL" is set with the
parameter "-O connect_timeout=1", which is ostensibly deprecated in this newest


The option '-O' has been replaced upstream. Novell is working on an updated version that will 
be released as soon as possible. Contact Novell Technical Services (NTS) if a Fix is urgently


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  • Document ID:7006533
  • Creation Date:29-JUL-10
  • Modified Date:27-APR-12
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