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From:Paul DuBois Date:June 2 2003 12:54am
Subject:Re: Find out what version I am using?
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At 22:52 -0400 5/31/03, Mehrdad Ziaei wrote:
>That will give you version of mysql client you're running,

That seems to have been what the original question was.

>For version of mysql server, after successful connection to mysql, use
>status command.
>mysql> status
>
>Or
>
>telnet to port 3306 of server running mysql
>C:\>telnet  192.168.1.2  3306
>you'll see few garbage and mysql version number in there too.

Re: that latter suggestion, it's easier to simply issue this query from
the mysql client:

mysql> SHOW VERSION();

Then you don't have to ignore all the garbage characters. :-)

>
>Me
>
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Steven Kreuzer" <skreuzer@stripped>
>To: <Robert.Bram@stripped>
>Cc: "Mysql" <mysql@stripped>
>Sent: Saturday, May 31, 2003 10:32 PM
>Subject: Re: Find out what version I am using?
>
>
>>  $ mysql --version
>>
>>  On Sat, 2003-05-31 at 22:21, Robert Mark Bram wrote:
>>  > Howdy all!
>>  >
>>  > How do I find out what version of mysql I am running from the command
>line?
>>  >
>>  > Is there a type of system select statement I can execute?
>>  >
>>  > Rob
>>  > :)
>>  > :->
>  > > :-}


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Find out what version I am using?Robert Mark Bram1 Jun
  • Re: Find out what version I am using?Steven Kreuzer1 Jun
  • Re: Find out what version I am using?Mehrdad Ziaei1 Jun
    • Re: Find out what version I am using?Paul DuBois2 Jun
Re: Find out what version I am using?Paul DuBois4 Jun