Category Archives: Announcements

Official MySQL RE announcements

MySQL is Ready for Fedora 30

Fedora 30 is out today. We congratulate the Fedora community on another rev of their favorite Linux distro. As usual, we support the latest Fedora from day one, and we have added the following MySQL products to our official MySQL yum repos: MySQL Server (8.0.16 and 5.7.26) Connector C++ 8.0.16 Connector Python 8.0.16 Connector ODBC 8.0.16 Connector Java 8.0.16 Router... Read More

Fedora 29 Is Here and MySQL Is Ready

Fedora 29 was released earlier today, and we congratulate the Fedora community on the latest iteration of many people’s favourite Linux distro. Following our tradition of rapidly adding support for new Linux distro versions, we have added the following MySQL products to our official MySQL yum repos: MySQL Server (8.0.13 and 5.7.24) Connector C++ 8.0.13 Connector Python... Read More

Multi-arch Docker Images for MySQL Server

Since the new 8.0.13 release we publish docker images for a new architecture: aarch64, as part of our normal release process. This means that the mysql/mysql-server docker image will work on both amd64 and aarch64 architectures. The newest images are as usually available on dockerhub. On amd64 machines: $ docker pull mysql/mysql-server:8.0.13 $ docker run -ti mysql/mysql-server:8.0.13 mysql... Read More

Container Testing for MySQL Server

Traditionally infrastructure management is a manual task, with sysadmins managing rather static servers. The automation capabilities of modern cloud platforms have changed this way of working: Infrastructure is often described “as code,” e.g. in a git repository, and changes are made by infrastructure management systems automatically. As a result infrastructure is much less static... Read More

MySQL Support for Ubuntu 18.04 and Fedora 28

Last week, Ubuntu released their newest long term support version, Ubuntu 18.04. As of today, we offer 18.04 packages for recent versions of almost all MySQL products, both for manual download and through our APT repos. Congratulations to the Ubuntu community on another solid release, and a special shout-out to our friends over at Canonical: we really enjoy working with you to ensure that... Read More