MySQL Embedded install Upgrades
Posted by: Ioannis Anifantakis
Date: July 06, 2010 02:40AM

MySQL Embedded is ofcourse included in a single file called "libmysqld.dll".
However two folders must exist.
"data" and "shared"

When some user first runs the application, 3 files are automatically created inside the "data" subfolder.


Now the question is the following:

If I simply overwrite the "libmysqld.dll" file of the new embedded server version, do I have replaced the mysql embedded server version or need I do something more?

I have embedded version 5.1.41 and I change it to 5.1.48 by simply replacing THIS AND ONLY THIS FILE? If I replace the other 3 ofcourse the schema gets corrupted. If I don't replace the other 3 files everything runs smoothly and version is updated. But is it updated? or is it just me?

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