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How i upgrade to MySQL 5.6.4 ?

Discussion in 'Database Discussions' started by remshad, Jul 26, 2013.

  1. remshad

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    Hi ,
    My WHM is 11.38.1
    Currently installed mysql version is : 5.5.32


    My box has lot of Innodb tables having millions of records .. To search in record using LIKE %% query
    make my box getting hanged .. takes almost 20-40 seconds to complete each query processing ..

    So at last decided to use Fulltext Search with InnoDB ..


    But the problem is InnoDB Full-Text Search is in MySQL 5.6.4 or above versions ..
    How i upgraded to that version ?



    Please help me soon ..
     
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  3. remshad

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    I did votes..
    I hope cpanel will add it soon ...

    Can i do any manual method to upgrade mysal from 5.5.32 to 5.6.4
     
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    There are no supported methods for manually upgrading to MySQL 5.6 at this time. While you may be able to implement a custom workaround, keep in mind we will not be able to support any issues that may arise. Here is an example of how to replace MySQL with MariaDB:

    How to replace MySQL with MariaDB

    You could use this guide as a template for switching to a custom version of MySQL.

    Thank you.
     
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