that error is do to the fact that the Database that was used in your RPM was not the latest... Did you use a database that was created already or does your RPM create a new RPM? I came to a similar issue yesterday wehn I was try to upgrade a 16.3 to 17.4. The DB structure changed and you have to upgrade to 16.4 then to 17+ Luis On Fri, 2009-09-04 at 20:48 +0800, Colin Coe wrote: > Quick question. > > I was testing my RPM for RackTables on a fresh machine and everything > seemed OK until I browsed to the URL and got this message: > --- > This Racktables installation seems to be just upgraded to version > 0.17.4, while the database version is 0.14.4. No user will be either > authenticated or shown any page until the upgrade is finished. Follow > this link and authenticate as administrator to finish the upgrade. > --- > > At this point MySQL server has just been installed and a root password > set but nothing else. > > Any ideas why it thinks it has a 0.14.4 version DB? > > Thanks > > CC > > On Mon, Aug 17, 2009 at 11:59 PM, Les Mikesell<lesmikesell@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > > Colin Coe wrote: > >> > >> Does CentOS still exist? Has the owner/maintainer/theGuyInCharge(tm) run > >> away? > > > > Yes, the only real problem was the ownership/control of the domain name and > > that is resolved now. > > > >> Not familar with CentOS, only that its based on RHEL. > > > > It is a rebuild-from-source project with a goal of binary compatibility with > > the upstream distribution (whose name they can't mention due to trademark > > restrictions...). But, the place for 3rd party packages would be either > > the EPEL or rpmforge repositories, depending on whose guidelines you want to > > follow. These are usable by RHEL, Centos, Scientific Linux, etc. EPEL > > tends to be a little more careful not to overwrite anything included in the > > stock distribution. > > > > -- > > Les Mikesell > > lesmikesell@xxxxxxxxx > > > > > > > > > -- ______________________________________________________ Luis Fernando Lacayo Chicago Public Schools Senior Unix Administrator ITS/ UNIX Infrastructure Office: 773-553-3835 Cell: 773-203-4493 lflacayo@xxxxxxxxxxxxx ______________________________________________________ "In God we trust, the rest we monitor ..."