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Unanswered: version 5.1 is the current version -- PLEASE READ THIS IF YOU'RE NOT ON 4.1 YET
mysql version 4.1 has been in production status since october, 2004
if you're not on 4.1 yet, and you post a problem and wish to receive a solution involving sql, it is your responsibility to mention which version you're on
otherwise, you might get a solution using sql that works only in 4.1
The newest production version is now 5.0.15. Download it from MySQL AB website
Does this mean that MySQL 5.0 is now stable?
of course it does
Is ver 5.1 such a big leap ? Their reference manual is divided into 3.23, 4.0, 4.1, 5.0 and 5.1 - if it isnt then 5.0 and 5.1 would be one manual.
Originally Posted by r937
I asked a similar question a few months ago and someone replied version 5 was not for production use. If it is that stable, can we use its stored procedures, triggers, events, etc. in production, too?
yes, you betcha!!
Originally Posted by screenmates
Hmm.... Mysql 5.0 is better, faster and very stable
- stored procedures....
and much more new solutions and features available... I suppose noone should hesitate.. to start using new version
Upgrade 5.0 to 5.1 on production for having table partitioning, if your db tables dealing very large amount of data.
OK so where do I find the update?
Never mind my last post I overlooked it in this thread.
After some troubles upgrading it I just got it.