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[!520]# mysql --version|awk '{ print $5 }'|awk -F\, '{ print $1 }' Output is : 5.5.41


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For the above two examples, if you want the "14.14" string: mysql -V | awk '{print $3}' If want the "5.x.x" string: mysql -V | awk '{print $5}' I can't guarantee that the strings will be in the same format across major versions, though. Also, this could probably also be performed with sed and some clever regexing. If you want a check against installed ...



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