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I have MySQL Server version: 5.0.77-log Source distribution on a RHEL6 server.

I need to reinstall it on a second RHEL6 server to set up a testing environment but I cannot find where to download this exact version.


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Someone downgraded MySQL when setting up the first server? If they're still at the company, go have a long chat with them. You'll probably have to contact your Oracle rep to get this... – Michael Hampton Feb 4 '14 at 14:24

I was able to find the download at

However, to install it on RHEL6 requires downgrading many other core components. It's recommended to instead set up a RHEL5 server and install it there, if need be.

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