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MySQL Upgrade Testing

Article Source Linux Magazine
November 23, 2009, 7:31 am

Every time I talk to a group about MySQL related topics, I try to find out what they’re currently running in production. Much to my surprise, even today, it seems that the vast majority (80-90%) are running a version of MySQL 5.0.xx. And most either haven’t seen a truly compelling reason to move to 5.1.xx and now find themselves on the fence, waiting to see if 5.1.xx or 5.4.xx is the way to go.

Someone recently asked me how I was planning to test and upgrade from MySQL 5.0.xx to MySQL 5.4.xx. That seemed like a useful topic to dig into this week...

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