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On Mon, Apr 09, 2018 at 03:36:34PM -0400, Richard Sass wrote:
> Thanks for the quick response.
> Part of my issue is ...
> On a test box I used 7.1.1/All and did a full upgrade based on the versions
> of binaries presented to me at that time.
> Later when I went to upgrade the production system, the packages I found
> under 7.1.1 were older in some cases.
> TEST: mysql-server-5.7.21nb1 MySQL 5, a free SQL database (server)
> PROD: mysql-server-5.7.20 MySQL 5, a free SQL database (server)
> The repository you are suggesting 7.0_2017Q4 has mysql-server-5.7.20 MySQL
> 5, a free SQL database (server)
> 7.1.1_current has the newer version.
> I use the following string for referencing the repository which I thought
> was the recommended way...
> It makes it kind of confusing to know where to go for the latest blessed
> packages for a given version of the OS.
I agree. I've no idea where 7.1.1_current comes from, for example
> I'll repoint to the repository you have suggested until I see 7.1.1
Or you could use 7.1.1_current for the time being, if this is what
has been used before.
Manuel Bouyer <bouyer%antioche.eu.org@localhost>
NetBSD: 26 ans d'experience feront toujours la difference
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