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    MySQL 5.7.7

    Hi,

    I've upgraded our MySQL version to 5.7 through WHM MySQL/MariaDB Upgrade. It's now running version 5.7.28. Unfortunately we need version 5.7.7 for an application we are trying to update. Is there any way to upgrade the version of MySQL available? What if we upgrade through command line, or will that break WHM?

    VPS Linux server running CentOS 6.10 v84.0.18.

     

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    Re: MySQL 5.7.7

    @Arsenal 

    If you want 5.7.7 that is actually a downgrade - you would have to do this through command line and that assumes you can find a copy of it - 5.7.28 is the latest version of 5.7



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    Re: MySQL 5.7.7

    @Arsenal 

    If you want 5.7.7 that is actually a downgrade - you would have to do this through command line and that assumes you can find a copy of it - 5.7.28 is the latest version of 5.7



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    Re: MySQL 5.7.7

    Wait, you mean 28 is > 7?

    I'm a moron lol. My eyes saw 28, my brain saw 2.8 which isn't even a thing....