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From:Rick James Date:October 25 2013 12:08am
Subject:RE: MySQL Community Server 5.7.2 has been released (part 1)
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There's an old saying, "If it ain't broke, don't fix it."

Why _might_ 5.6.x or 5.7.x be "better for you"?  Sure there might be some features you
might want, might be some performance improvements that you might notice, etc.  And there
might be some regressions that will bite you.  Fortunately, regressions are rare.

You should probably upgrade to 5.6 soon, simply to avoid having to do a double upgrade
when you eventually go to 5.7.

> -----Original Message-----
> From: hsv@stripped [mailto:hsv@stripped]
> Sent: Thursday, October 24, 2013 7:01 AM
> To: mysql@stripped
> Subject: Re: MySQL Community Server 5.7.2 has been released (part 1)
> 
> MySQL fans,
> 
> >>>> 2013/09/21 18:04 +0200, Bjorn Munch >>>>
> MySQL Server 5.7.2 (Milestone Release) is a new version of the world's
> most popular open source database. This is the second public milestone
> release of MySQL 5.7.
> <<<<<<<<
> Is this a good replacement for that 5.5.8 that I long ago downloaded and
> installed? or is it better to go for a 5.6, or an older 5.7?
> 
> >>>> 2013/09/20 15:47 +0530, Sunanda Menon >>>>
> MySQL Server 5.6.14, a new version of the popular Open Source Database
> Management System, has been released. MySQL 5.6.14 is recommended for
> use on production systems.
> <<<<<<<<
> Is this better for me than any 5.7?
> 
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MySQL Community Server 5.7.2 has been released (part 1)Bjorn Munch21 Sep
  • Re: MySQL Community Server 5.7.2 has been released (part 1)hsv24 Oct
    • RE: MySQL Community Server 5.7.2 has been released (part 1)Rick James25 Oct
      • RE: Change to MySQL Community Server 5.7.2?hsv28 Oct