MP1-4341 Add possibility to Deploy Tool to upgrade MySQL dB | Page 3

Discussion in 'Area 51 - Testing Area' started by Sebastiii, January 24, 2014.

  1. elliottmc
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    Tested on server running MySQL 5.6 and 1.6.0. All fine. Did not ask to update.


     
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    Upgraded from 1.6.0 pre Release and mysql 5.1 with V4 and was asked to upgrade to mysql 5.6.
    Everything went fine!
    Good job
     
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    Can anyone else test?
     
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    I am currently undergoing a major rebuild of my server/client.
    If I am lucky I might be able to do a clean install tomorrow.
    With this rebuild I have MySQL 5.6.11 installed (because it is also my web server)
    Is there anything specific you need tested?
     
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    If you could remove MySQL 5.6, and reinstall MP 1.5 so you have MySQL 5.1, then do an update, that would be the best in terms of the testing needed.
     
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    What happens on 1.6.0 final with mysql 5.1 if I install this build?
     
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    It should give you the option to upgrade MySQL to 5.6.1
     
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    Hi all,

    I've just upgraded my multiseat MediaPortal 1.5.0 to 1.6.0 without any issue! Many thanks for the upgrade version.

    My set up:
    1. Windows 8 "Home Server" with a complete MediaPortal installation (Server + Client)
    2. HTPC in Living room with Media Portal 1.5.0 Client version (here I installed the original MediaPortal 1.6.0 as there's no MySQL installed)
    3. Normal PC, same as HTPC

    All updates and upgrades went well without any issues.

    Cheers
    Thorsten
     
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    I made a successful update from MediaPortal 1.5.0 to 1.6.0 without problems; single seat installation on Win7 x64.
    One little issue:
    If you hit "More Info" in the MySQL update installation window you will be redirected to a wrong wiki page.
     
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    Thanks :) i have change the link for wiki on the branch but not in installer in first post yet :)
     
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