The matrix/rules for on-line upgrades between rules can be found at
- 7.1.9a hasn't been added yet but there should be no issues upgrading from 7.0.9 to
From: Peter Sørensen [mailto:maspsr@stripped]
Sent: 20 December 2010 07:41
To: Geert Vanderkelen
Subject: RE: What version to use
What you suggest is to use the generic linux version currently 7.1.9a
I have setup my cluster on ubuntu 10.04 using the package supplied
By them, which is based on 7.09
Should I do a complete reinstall with this or would it be possible to upgrade
My existing 7.09 using this generic ?
Fra: Geert Vanderkelen [mailto:geert.vanderkelen@stripped]
Sendt: 17. december 2010 13:23
Til: Peter Sørensen
Emne: Re: What version to use
On Dec 17, 2010, at 13:01 , Peter Sørensen wrote:
> I am a little uncertain on what version to use. I'm currently using 7.09 but when I
> google around it seems
> that the versions after 7.1 and forward require a commercial license. Is that the
> Or can I stick with the open source version.
MySQL Cluster is released under the GPL, you can use it, respecting the license of course
v7.1 is the way to go yes. Don't wait on Linux distributions to catch up.
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