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Q&A Is it possible to run the same version of MySQL on two servers, but use MySQL Community on one and MySQL Enterprise on the other?

Yes, you can do this. Remember that Oracle will eventually ask every person in the company "How many MySQL servers do you have?" Also remember that Oracle may make changes in their enterprise ver...

posted 3y ago by dsr‭  ·  edited 2y ago by Trilarion‭

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#2: Post edited by user avatar Trilarion‭ · 2021-12-14T00:30:07Z (over 2 years ago)
corrected typo
  • Yes, you can do this.
  • Remember that Oracle will eventually ask every person in the company "How many MySQL servers do you have?"
  • Also remember that Oracle make make changes in their enterprise versions to make them incompatible with the open versions.
  • Yes, you can do this.
  • Remember that Oracle will eventually ask every person in the company "How many MySQL servers do you have?"
  • Also remember that Oracle may make changes in their enterprise versions to make them incompatible with the open versions.
#1: Initial revision by user avatar dsr‭ · 2021-06-07T17:50:45Z (about 3 years ago)
Yes, you can do this.

Remember that Oracle will eventually ask every person in the company "How many MySQL servers do you have?"

Also remember that Oracle make make changes in their enterprise versions to make them incompatible with the open versions.