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02-04-2006, 01:18 PM
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I'm considering getting a CPanel VPS here and was wonderging what version of mySQL is on it. I have another VPS somewhere and it has the 3.2.x series which is not compatible with the forums I want to host on it.

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02-06-2006, 12:28 PM
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All Spry VPS hosting plans come with at least MySQL server 3.23.58

Which BB are you running and what are its requirements?
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vBulletin 3.5.3 an it requires mySQL 4.0.x or higher I got a VPS with another provider which also has 3.23.58 and the current version of vB chokes on that when I tried to move the board. I tried to upgrade the mySQL on the VPS on the other provider, but wasn't able to. Although to some people it's simple, for me it's complicated.

I'm looking for a VPS with the mySQL 4.x.x tree already on it and not worry about upgrading it to make the board work.

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All Spry VPS hosting plans come with at least MySQL server 3.23.58

Which BB are you running and what are its requirements?
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Spry cPanel VPS plans running on Fedora Core 2 and RedHat AS3 currently are provisioned with MySQL Version 12.22 Distrib 4.0.25
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