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I am trying to upgrade from MySQL 5.5 to MySQL 5.7 with yum (using Amazon linux AMI)

When I do :

sudo yum upgrade mysql

No packages marked for update

When I do :

sudo yum install mysql

Le paquet mysql-5.5-1.6.amzn1.noarch est déjà installé dans sa dernière version
Rien à faire

Question : How do I explain to yum that I want the version 5.7 of MySQL

  • what distribution are you using? – Koen van der Rijt Jul 15 '16 at 9:26
  • I am using Amazon Linux AMI – Hugo Jul 15 '16 at 13:49
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there is not a lot of information to go on but there can be a couple of reasons.

  • the distro you are using doesn't have the mysql5.7 packages in its repository. You can check the /etc/yum.repos.d/ folder to verify what repositories are currently configured on your server. With yum info mysql you can ask some more information about the package available.
  • If its an enterprise distro like centos/rhel7 they only go to mysql5.5 (mariadb5.5 actually)
  • if u are using the mysql yum repository. They only go by major version (mysql5.5, mysql5.6, mysql5.7) So you would have to install or configure a new repository that has access to mysql5.7. check here for the mysql yum repo

Remember that going outside the normal repositories to get a newer version of software could mean you would lose enterprise support. It could technically also introduce problems you wouldn't expect.

My personal experience with mysql5.7 is good though. But i'm always very wary with using software from outside the distro's repositories

  • ">yum info mysql" returns : "Nom : mysql Architecture : noarch Version : 5.5 Révision : 1.6.amzn1 Taille : 0.0 Dépôt : installed Depuis le dépôt : amzn-main" – Hugo Jul 15 '16 at 13:55

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