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From:Eric Bergen Date:October 5 2004 1:21am
Subject:Re: Does anyone has the experience on migrating mysql server from 32bit sysem to a 64bit system?
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The safest thing you can do to protect floats and the like is to use
mysqldump to dump them to a .sql on the 32 bit system then import them
again on the 64 bit system.

-Eric


On Mon, 4 Oct 2004 16:38:13 -0700 (PDT), alex ye <alexye2008@stripped> wrote:
> Does anyone has the experience on migrating mysql server from 32bit sysem to a 64bit
> system?
> Can data files(from 32bit system) be readed properly by mysql server after copy to a
> 64bit system?
> Thank you in advance!
> 
> --Alex
> 
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Does anyone has the experience on migrating mysql server from 32bit sysem to a 64bit system?alex ye5 Oct
  • Re: Does anyone has the experience on migrating mysql server from 32bit sysem to a 64bit system?Eric Bergen5 Oct
    • Re: Does anyone has the experience on migrating mysql server from 32bit sysem to a 64bit system?alex ye5 Oct
      • Re: Does anyone has the experience on migrating mysql serverfrom 32bit sysem to a 64bit system?Ted Byrne5 Oct
        • Re: Does anyone has the experience on migrating mysql server from 32bit sysem to a 64bit system?alex ye5 Oct
          • Re: Does anyone has the experience on migrating mysql server from 32bit sysem to a 64bit system?alex ye5 Oct