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Which version of MySQL?

posted by Krow on 10:24 PM October 23rd, 2001   Printer-friendly   Email story
alessio writes "I've just run install-slashsite with the new Slash 2.1, and discovered that cannot be installed on MySQL 3.22... It seems that at least needs 3.23.something or 3.24."
Yep, it requires 3.23.
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  • Incredibly, the software upgrade went smoothly on my Red Hat Linux-based server: I've just downloaded the RPMs from MySQL.com [mysql.com] and had no problems at all.
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    • Any idea why the upgrade to MySQL is needed? I would have hoped that slashcode is not dependant on any particular features of the database... :-(
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      • As far as I know (reading a piece of Slash documentation somewhere, sometime) this has something to do with the implementation of auto-increments in MySQL.
        I did a test migration (slash2.0.0+MySQL3.23) which was reasonably smooth
  • http://cvs.slashcode.com/index.cgi/slash/INSTALL

    REQUIREMENTS
        Software

          MySQL
                    Version 3.23.42 (3.23).

                                    http://www.mysql.com/
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