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From:Santino Date:November 10 2004 6:45pm
Subject:Re: Upgrading MySql on OSX 10.3.6
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The directory mysql is a symbolic link to one of the other dirs.
If mysql points to old one rename it and make a new one:

mv mysql mysqlold
ls -s  mysql-max-4.1.7-apple-darwin7.5.0-powerpc mysql

Do not remove
mysql-max-4.0.20-apple-darwin7.3.0-powerpc/data
it contains your old databases!!!

Santino

At 11:17 -0600 10-11-2004, <karigna@stripped> wrote:
>I was running ver 4.0.15 and just upgraded to the latest version of 4.1.7. In
>between I had done an upgrade to ver. 4.0.20. I can get the server 
>to start and
>stop via the Preferences panel but before and after any upgrade it indicates
>that 4.0.15 is running. In Navicat which I use as the gui front end it also
>indicates that 4.0.15 is running.
>
>In /usr/local I have 3 MySql related directories:
>
>mysql
>mysql-max-4.1.7-apple-darwin7.5.0-powerpc
>mysql-max-4.0.20-apple-darwin7.3.0-powerpc
>
>My question is how do I get Navicat and the preferences panel to recognize
>4.1.7 and do I need to remove 4.0.20 and 4.0.15?
>
>Thanks.
>
>Kevin
>
>
>
>
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Upgrading MySql on OSX 10.3.6karigna10 Nov
Re: Upgrading MySql on OSX 10.3.6Santino10 Nov