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PHP 4.3.10 w/MySQL 4.1.8

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Current setup is PHP 4.3.10 w/MySQL 4.0.22.
Planning to upgrade to MySQL 4.1.8.

Planned steps:
1. Backup current MySQL tables via EMS' Table Backup routine
2. Uninstall MySQL 4.0.22
3. Install MySQL 4.1.8
4. Restore MySQL tables via EMS' Table Restore routine
5. Verify all users/permissions/etc. are recreated
6. (Possibly) update existing PHP/MySQL abstraction layer script

Does this about sum it up ?
Jul 17 '05 #1
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m|sf|t wrote:
Current setup is PHP 4.3.10 w/MySQL 4.0.22.
Planning to upgrade to MySQL 4.1.8.

Planned steps:
1. Backup current MySQL tables via EMS' Table Backup routine
2. Uninstall MySQL 4.0.22
3. Install MySQL 4.1.8
4. Restore MySQL tables via EMS' Table Restore routine
5. Verify all users/permissions/etc. are recreated
6. (Possibly) update existing PHP/MySQL abstraction layer script

Does this about sum it up ?


i'd suggest making sure you're paths are all correct on you're
webserver, happend to me where i installed a new version of MySql that
made a few new directories.

Jul 17 '05 #2

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