Upgrading between any versions of software can cause problems -- and
MySQL is not immume. Was there any specific upgrade/downgrade path
you were intending to attempt?
One problem you may encounter from 4.0 to 4.1 is the change in
password format. It's well documented, and there is a compatibility
mode to keep using the old format.
Did you know as of 4.1 you can also export back in an old format with mysqldump?
mysqldump -Q -u root -p --all-databases --compat=mysql40 > sqldump.sql
On 8/4/05, Paul McArdle <paul__mcardle@stripped> wrote:
> Paul here,
> I've stalked the forums for a month or so and it seems to me, that apart
> from the newbies section, the install bit is where the action is.
> So to repeat the subject.
> Why are there so many dramas when people install/upgrade mysql.
> Is there a problem with the Windoze installer?
> It seems that windows services causes most problems.
> Being that mysql is open source, is there a need for some public
> participation in that area?
> Regards Paul.
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