MySQL 5 and Rails

Discussion in 'Ruby' started by Sascha Ebach, Oct 26, 2005.

  1. Sascha Ebach

    Sascha Ebach Guest

    Hi,

    now that MySQL 5 is out I wonder if anyone has tried it with Rails. I
    have not yet myself. Just wanted to know if someone has tried it and
    found it workable or if it is just not compatible at the moment (which I
    somehow suspect).

    Sascha Ebach
    Sascha Ebach, Oct 26, 2005
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    On Oct 26, 2005, at 1:24 PM, Sascha Ebach wrote:
    > now that MySQL 5 is out I wonder if anyone has tried it with Rails.
    > I have not yet myself. Just wanted to know if someone has tried it
    > and found it workable or if it is just not compatible at the moment
    > (which I somehow suspect).


    I have been testing against it for months with no trouble.

    Be sure to recompile your MySQL bindings (gem install mysql) and use
    new-style password hashing (only an issue if you're migrating a
    database created before MySQL 4.1).

    jeremy
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    Jeremy Kemper, Oct 26, 2005
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  3. Sascha Ebach

    Sascha Ebach Guest

    > I have been testing against it for months with no trouble.
    >
    > Be sure to recompile your MySQL bindings (gem install mysql) and use
    > new-style password hashing (only an issue if you're migrating a
    > database created before MySQL 4.1).


    Good to know. Thanks Jeremy! I was curious if I would be able to migrate
    soon. I will have to do tests with PHP 4 though. But I think I will wait
    for a couple more minor revisions.

    Sascha Ebach
    Sascha Ebach, Oct 27, 2005
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