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Old April 15th, 2005, 10:16 PM
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Default Two versions of MySQL on localhost at same time

Is there a conflict with having two versions of MySQL installed, 4.0.24 and 4.1.16?
MySQL seems to point to 4.0.24, which is what I want but I cannot get rid of 4.1.16 and would like to. I am downgrading to conform to my ISP's use of 4.0.24.

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Old April 18th, 2005, 11:27 AM
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Hey Don,

Is this linux || windoze?

My advice would be that 4.0.24 /might/ work, but it isn't a good idea to have both versions installed. I'm sure the people on the forum would be able to help you get rid of 4.1.16 : 0 )

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There were indeed severe problems with having two versions. The automatic MySQL start was not working and I could not start it from a command line. I use a Mac G5, unix based open source. I dumped the 4.1.16 but still could not access MySQL through PHP code. Then I dumped the 4.0.24 thus eliminating all MySQLs.

The problem began when I "upgraded" MySQL without shutting down and dumping the one installed. The newer version requested a CANCEL or UPGRADE, something that should not be done, at least with a Mac. Once I recognized this and did the above, the 4.0.24 then requested CANCEL or INSTALL! Voila! Everything began working fine. I adjusted the config.inc.php file and my PHP connect file to match username and password. Database comes up great with phpMyAdmin and the browsers all see it OK.

The Read Me Txt file that comes with a newer MySQL version pkg could stand a revision. There are instructions that tell you to do something, and after you've done it and continue reading, it says, "Before you do this, do . . ." Getting the cart before the horse seems to be in a lot of instructions.





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