Yep, it's very very confusing these days. Unfortunately for all of us,
MySQL's sales organization seems happy with the situation. Blame them.
And, yes, you're correct, compared to MySQL Enterprise, 5.0.45 is indeed
out of date now. The releases are sequential, but the community one is
only released every so often. If you don't have a MySQL Enterprise
login and you want to get the sources/binaries, you can get them from
here (under the GPL):
Maurice Volaski wrote:
> Thank you for this info, but it just seems make a simple question a
> matter of confusion.
> It tells us that MySQL is being marketed under two editions, but nowhere
> does it say that the current release of each is matched bugfix for bugfix
> and the version difference is just arithmetic.
> Since community's 5.0.45 came out a few months ago and enterprise's 5.0.48
> came out just a few weeks ago, and from the look of the release
> notes, I want to believe that community version is indeed out of date.
>> In the last episode (Sep 13), Maurice Volaski said:
>>> I just learned that the current version of MySQL is 5.0.48, described here
>>> http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.0/en/releasenotes-es-5-0.html and
>>> available from
>> The current Mysql Enterprise version is 5.0.48. The current Mysql
>> Community version is 5.0.45.
>> Enterprise release notes:
>> Community release notes:
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