Minor Version Update of a 2nd MySQL-Instance
Posted by: Christian Molecki
Date: December 08, 2014 12:52AM

Hello everyone,

I have two MySQL-Instances on port 3306 and 3307.
I did this with this tutorial: http://opensourcedbms.com/dbms/running-multiple-mysql-5-6-instances-on-one-server-in-centos-6rhel-6fedora/

Now I made an update from 5.6.13 to 5.6.21.
The update self and the mysql_upgrade works fine for the main instance.
The "select version();" command, delivers the correct version.

If I run mysql_upgrade (with socket and port paramter) for the second instance, I get following error message:

Error: Server version (5.6.13-enterprise-commercial-advanced-log) does not match with the version of the server (5.6.21) with which this program was built/distributed.

If I run the mysql_upgrade with the "--skip-version-check" command, the mysql_upgrade finishes correctly, but the result of "select version();" is still 5.6.13.

How can I run a MySQL minor update and a mysql_upgrade for a second mysql instances?

Best Regards

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