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So only overwrite them if you know you haven't made any changes to that database.
You do not need to uninstall the service Simply change the file in C:\windows\Then copy the new to the oldversion/bin/ folder.
Again, this saves load time, but a backup before upgrading is even more important, because you are performing all your upgrade steps ‘In Place’ on the original data directory.
Because you are using the same datafiles, you are unable to take advantage of some new features that require a server rebuild, such as creating undo tablespaces (introduced in 5.6.3) or rebuilding your existing innodb tables into individual tablespaces (innodb_file_per_table enabled by default in 5.6.6). If you are upgrading from 5.0.96, this method will most likely require a rebuild/upgrade of some user tables or triggers.
Now since I haven’t come across a guide to help in upgrading to My SQL 5.5, I thought why not make one myself. The My SQL startup script has to be placed in the directory where all the startup scripts reside, so that My SQL starts on system startup.
Make sure that you make the startup script executable, and update the rc.d database to notify the system about the presence of a new startup script.
Especially when uninstalling and installing a fresh copy.
So, be sure to deploy the packages for the shared libraries from My SQL on those systems.
One of the large limitations of such an upgrade is that as functionality changes, you may miss deprecation warnings and other behavioural changes.
Consequently this may result in a much riskier upgrade.
I tried to make a " apt-get install mysql -server- 5.6" but it does not work : "Is only available from Reviews another source - HOWEVER The Following packages replace it: Maria DB -server- 10.0 " But once downloaded Maria DB , it will behave like an updated or empty new configuration ?
This article is the second in a two-part series on upgrading My SQL.