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On a Red Hat 9 OS, i have mysql 4.0 and i want upgrade to mysql 5.0 but i do not want to lose the mysql settings and the databases. ...
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    how can i update mysql 4.0 to mysql 5?


    On a Red Hat 9 OS, i have mysql 4.0 and i want upgrade to mysql 5.0 but i do not want to lose the mysql settings and the databases.

    How can I do this?
    I must change anything after upgrade in php or apache conf files?

    Any help would be appreciate, i am newbie to linux conf. please answer with full shell commands.

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    Have you been to the MySQL site and looked at their docs? http://dev.mysql.com/doc/mysql/en/up...-from-4-1.html might be a good place to start.

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    I read that but no clear shell commands find out.
    I deleted the old version and installed the 5, but now the phpinfo() function says that i am using mysql4.0, and the phpmyadmin says that i am using mysql5.........

    What about this?

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    Greetings,

    It means that your PHP is not being compiled with the MySQL 5.0 being installed and it still has the entry for the MySQL 4.0. Just upgrade the php-mysql thing as well and everything will be in sync.

    Regards

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    I installed php after mysql5 was installed but still reports mysql4 just on phpinfo();, because in myadmin says that is mysql5

    How can i upgrade php-mysql thing?

    Another question......
    I have untar-t mysql5 but now do not work > service mysql start

    How can I fix this?
    What should i add and where?

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    Greetings,

    First of all can u tell me that earlier you installed the mysql did u installed it using the tarball or thru the rpm.

    Also, juts by untarring the mysql wwont make it work u need to build mysql all over again. In oreder to make it work properly.

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    i do not used the rpm
    just untar in /usr/local/mysql
    after that ./bin/safe_mysqld &

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    Greetings,

    When you run safe_mysqld you are running mysqld in the safe mode. Please refer to the following link to install and build mysql.
    http://www.linuxguruz.com/z.php?id=31

    This link will help you to install mysql, php and apache.

    Also, read this again: http://dev.mysql.com/doc/mysql/en/up...-from-4-1.html

    As it states that the 5.0 is still in the testing phase moreover can u tell what are you trying to acheive!!!!

    Regards

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    i installed stuff this way, but the: service mysql start doesn't works....

    I need mysql5 for my new project where i need those new feature...

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    Greetings,

    Can u please paste me the error message you are getting when you ar etrying to start the MySQL service.

    Regards

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