SOLVED mysql logs
vladimir.d last edited by girish
How to fix “mbind: Operation not permitted” in mysql error log ( /tmp/mysqld.err in the mysql container)?
@vladimir-d according to https://stackoverflow.com/questions/55559386/how-to-fix-mbind-operation-not-permitted-in-mysql-error-log#55706057 it seems some capabilities are not enabled. We generally take a more stripped down approach instead of supporting everything from the get go.
Can you figure out which app triggers this?
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@nebulon just checked we have the same issue on another cloudron host.
There are some different applications, some others the same.
I suspect it could be EspoCRM app.
@vladimir-d by installing EspoCRM, I was not able to reproduce the mysql requirement for mbind. Not sure what features in EspoCRM then would trigger this to be able to figure out a fix.
Does anyone have more clues about this here?
@vladimir-d This is already fixed in the coming release - https://git.cloudron.io/cloudron/box/-/commit/6d044bfbf384b8ae98f1beac0f9d1c50005e8d34 . For now, you can ignore the warning, it's harmless.