If I'm installing on Panther_Server, to upgrade 4.0.14, what file is
On Dec 1, 2003, at 5:37 PM, Elton wrote:
> I downloaded a the 4.0.16 from mysql.com (a .dmg file), ran the
> installer on my local 10.3.1 cpu (not the server) -- did not want to
> mess-up my server.
> However, I did not compile anything, just ran the install.pkg. Will
> installer work as a upgrade to my Panther_server's 4.0.14?
> By the way, I tested the "datetime ORDER BY error"; was not existent
> in 4.0.16.
> On Dec 1, 2003, at 5:24 PM, Chris Waskowich wrote:
>> On Dec 01, 2003, at 14:35, Elton wrote:
>>> So, maybe it was a bug that was fixed in 4.0.16; how do I upgrade to
>>> v4.0.16? I'm sort of a novice with MySQL and am using what was
>>> pre-installed with Apple's Panther_server -- have never installed it
>> I've had some weird issues with the default install of mysql on
>> Panther Server myself. I SQL imported a database and it hosed all
>> the primary keys. How a 'bingint unsigned not null' can have a
>> values like '-87942389023489023490834' is beyond me...
>> Anyhow, I highly suggest compiling or acquiring another version of
>> mysql. A good place to start if you are not comfortable compiling
>> software, etc. is here:
>> Good luck.
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