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update mysql without yum

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by ott0, Feb 23, 2006.

  1. ott0

    ott0 Guest

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    My box did not come with yum. Everywhere I look, people say that the best way to update mysql from 3.x.x to 4.x.x without breaking plesk is with the ART repos and yum. My box has rpm. Can I manage with that? If I have to get yum, no prob, I was just wondering if I could do without it. (My server has dependency issues with it, so it'll be a little bit of a hassle to install.)

    Also, can I get mysql 5 and install it independently of the mysql that plesk needs? Because I want 5.

    Thanks very, very much!
     
  2. verybad

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    Im looking for the same solution. Got in contact with sw soft sales and asked what plesk supported in the way of mysql and they replyed:


    Plesk support MySQL client 5.0.x and plesk core 4..x.x
     
  3. ott0

    ott0 Guest

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    What? Plesk supports mysql 5? I got yum after all, it's verys simple to install and does a great job of installing packages with art repo. But the newest version of mysql on the art repo is 4.something.
     
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