mysql version in FC3
bedouglas at earthlink.net
Mon Jun 6 04:21:51 UTC 2005
trying to mix/match rpms for different apps can have wierd results
sometimes... if you're just using mysql, as a stand alone app, you could
grab the latest with no problems.. but if you're running apache with
php/mysql functionality linked into the server, you need to be careful.
ultimately, you're probably going to run into a situation where you need to
build php-mysql in order to get the 'right' situation to work.
if you're going to run at a given version of php then you should be ok. if,
on the other hand, you mix versions, then you might have some issues. this
could come into effect if you have the mysql server on one box, but you have
php and mysql libs on another box with a different version of php/mysql.
so, be careful...
From: fedora-list-bounces at redhat.com
[mailto:fedora-list-bounces at redhat.com]On Behalf Of Bob Hartung
Sent: Sunday, June 05, 2005 5:46 PM
Subject: mysql version in FC3
I am stumbling around trying to learn PHP & MySQL. FC3, as of the
latest updates, is using mysql-server-3.23.58-16, etc. I note that the
recommended version to use, according to the MySQL site is 4.11. I see
no identifiable RPMs for FC3 with this version numbering.
Is there a reason for the delay in updating MySQL RPMs for FC3 or
should I just go ahead to rpmfind.net and grab the 4.11 versions that
are just listed as being for Fedora Core (version not specified). Note
that the older RPMs are listed as specifically for FC3.
This is a little confusing to me. My tutorial is all based on MySQL
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