mysql-5.6 | Oracle MySQL v5.6 database | Database library

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kandi X-RAY | mysql-5.6 Summary

mysql-5.6 is a C++ library typically used in Database applications. mysql-5.6 has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has a Strong Copyleft License and it has medium support. You can download it from GitHub.

this is a release of mysql, a dual-license sql database server. for the avoidance of doubt, this particular copy of the software is released under the version 2 of the gnu general public license. mysql is brought to you by oracle. copyright (c) 2000, 2019, oracle and/or its affiliates. all rights reserved. license information can be found in the copying file. mysql foss license exception we want free and open source software applications under certain licenses to be able to use specified gpl-licensed mysql client libraries despite the fact that not all such foss licenses are compatible with version 2 of the gnu general public license. therefore there are special exceptions to the terms and conditions of the gplv2 as applied to these client libraries, which are identified and described

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              mysql-5.6 has a medium active ecosystem.
              It has 2341 star(s) with 722 fork(s). There are 228 watchers for this library.
              It had no major release in the last 6 months.
              There are 184 open issues and 468 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 388 days. There are 41 open pull requests and 0 closed requests.
              It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
              The latest version of mysql-5.6 is percona-202301

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              mysql-5.6 has no bugs reported.

            kandi-Security Security

              mysql-5.6 has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.

            kandi-License License

              mysql-5.6 is licensed under the GPL-2.0 License. This license is Strong Copyleft.
              Strong Copyleft licenses enforce sharing, and you can use them when creating open source projects.

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              mysql-5.6 releases are not available. You will need to build from source code and install.

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            Community Discussions


            How to use the proper version of MySQL with docker?
            Asked 2020-Dec-25 at 03:50

            I am a beginner to Docker. That said, I noted the following which I think is kind of weird.

            After executed a docker pull mysql/mysql-server:5.6.23 in console and after I played a little bit with Docker and his getting started tutorial, I started the pulled MySQL v5.6.23 (don't ask me why such an old version) container and I realized that the welcome message was showing the wrong version of MySQL:



            Answered 2020-Dec-25 at 02:13

            First, YES, this issue could be reproduced, but with mysql/mysql-server:5.6.23, not mysql:5.6.23. Your description in your post is conflict, please double check.

            Next, I think there should be build script issue in oracle team at the period of 5 years ago when doing 5.6x release (E.g. 5.6.24 also not ok), as other version is ok.

            So, if you insist to use 5.6.23, I suggest you switch to docker pull mysql:5.6.23 which is ok (NOTE: not docker pull mysql/mysql-server:5.6.23):



            How to set UTF-8 encoding when displaying text from MySQL (JDBC,JSP)
            Asked 2020-Oct-21 at 13:36

            I'm struggling to find a solution to this encoding problem. I tried several alternatives found on the Internet/forums, but none of them seems to work.

            Connection class



            Answered 2020-Oct-21 at 13:36

            Try adding this filter to your project:



            How to link a dynamic library in QtCreator use qmake and MinGW32?
            Asked 2020-Aug-29 at 01:21

            I am trying to use hiredis and libevent in my project, I downloaded their source code and compiled them with CmakeGUI and MinGW32. Then i got the header files and those library files.

            • libevent.a
            • libevent.dll
            • libevent.dll.a
            • libevent_core.a
            • libevent_core.dll
            • libevent_core.dll.a
            • libevent_extra.a
            • libevent_extra.dll
            • libevent_extra.dll.a
            • libhiredis.dll
            • libhiredis.dll.a

            Then I wrote some test programs to use these libraries, but could not link successfully The error looks like this:



            Answered 2020-Aug-28 at 09:56

            Try to remove the .dll, just give the name of the lib, I mean include the lib like this :



            MyRocks Compilation Issue
            Asked 2020-Feb-26 at 16:08

            The error is



            Answered 2020-Feb-26 at 03:34

            I find the answer. The version of lz4 is too old. Please see it here(



            MySQL 5.6 create view with unicode character set
            Asked 2019-Mar-22 at 23:08

            MySQL 5.6. I can't get a string constant within a view to populate correctly against a database with default UCS2 character set. Works fine on 5.7.

            I've created a minimally reproducible example, below.



            Answered 2019-Mar-22 at 23:08

            There is essentially no reason to ever use usc2 or utf16 or utf32 in MySQL tables. Use utf8mb4 only. (Or utf8 if you have an old version of MySQL.)

            Please provide SHOW VARIABLES LIKE "char%"; Certain things should not be changed:



            which node gives quite strange result
            Asked 2019-Feb-13 at 08:17

            Perhaps this seems silly, but when I run which node today it gives me something quite different as



            Answered 2019-Feb-13 at 08:17

            The way Node Version Manager and similar software packages work is by putting a copy of node.js and a few wrapper scripts and/or symlinks in your user home directory (under ~/.nvm by default) and prepending the directory containing those scripts to your PATH environment variable. That is usually done by modifying your shell startup script (i.e. ~/.bashrc or other files depending on your selected shell and current configuration).

            The reason it shows a different path when you run which node with sudo is that you most likely have node.js installed globally and the directory containing those wrapper scripts is not added to root user's PATH environment variable.

            You can confirm this by comparing the output of the following commands:

            echo $PATH


            sudo echo $PATH

            To use the globally installed version of node, you can remove the line that sources from your shell startup script (and logout and log back in - this will disable nvm permanently) or reset your PATH environment variable.



            Gentoo package mask not working with exact version number
            Asked 2019-Jan-05 at 21:07

            I installed mysql-5.6.42 on a Gentoo system. There's a newer version 5.7.24, but I don't want to upgrade for that version. So I masked the package under /etc/portage/package.mask


            When I want to upgrade for example php portage wants to upgrade mysql to 5.7.24.

            Why package.mask doesn't work?

            I tried <=dev-db/mysql-5.7.0 the result is the same.



            Answered 2019-Jan-05 at 20:55

            Please check your versions again =dev-db/mysql-5.6.24 vs. >dev-db/mysql-5.6.42.



            MySQL Connector/C++: get_driver_instance() crashes when called from global construct
            Asked 2018-Aug-16 at 04:32

            I'm using MySQL Connector/C++ on Windows 10. I observed that when I call get_driver_instance from c'tor of global object, it simply crashes throwing exception: Access violation reading location.

            Sample code:



            Answered 2018-Aug-15 at 20:22

            You can't rely on the order that different classes are statically initialised (for example in your situation the order is different between debug and release builds).

            This is known as the static initialization order ‘fiasco’.

            You must avoid calling any code in a static initialiser which itself relies on static initialisation.

            The MySQL driver has various static initialisers, presumably the one causing you a problem is the map of names to drivers.

            One way to avoid this is to use a lazily constructed singleton using a function level static which is initialised the first time the function is called:



            CakePHP project travis MySQL 5.7
            Asked 2017-Nov-13 at 12:59

            I am tring to set up my project with travis for checking with MySQL 5.7

            My .travis.yml is the following



            Answered 2017-Nov-13 at 12:59

            After some research and tries I found the answer to my question.

            Here is the gist:

            In .travis.yml I had to change a few things.



            Cannot log in MySQL (in a Docker container)
            Asked 2017-Nov-03 at 17:02

            I have MySQL installed in a Docker container and I'm tying to log in and it just won't accept my credentials.

            I'm careful to copy paste my password.

            I retyped everything fearing some hidden character somewhere... no luck.



            Answered 2017-Nov-03 at 17:02

            TLDR: wild card % does not include special host localhost.

            You need to create a login for the special host localhost to indicate a login from the local host (from the MySQL server point of view). The % is a wild card for IP addresses in case you are using an IP to connect to the host (or force the access via TCP with the --protocol=tcp option). So when you connect via local sockets (which will be used when you don't provide a host in the command line) you must have a user which is configured for the localhost host. See 6.2.3 Specifying Account Names:

            A host value can be a host name or an IP address (IPv4 or IPv6). The name 'localhost' indicates the local host. The IP address '' indicates the IPv4 loopback interface. The IP address '::1' indicates the IPv6 loopback interface.


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