Which MySQL versions are supported by Plesk?

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    компроматkoffer

    Hello there,

    please tell me MySQL 8.0 is on its way - also NET Core 3.0 out of the box?

     

    kind regards

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    Maxim Krasikov

    Hello @компроматkoffer,

    Information about the support of MySQL 8.0 and ASP.NET Core 3.0 is not available at the moment.

    Please note that ASP.NET Core 3.0 is a release candidate which didn't reach its release tear yet.

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    Nima Kamkar (Edited )

    Thank you Marc for the article.

    But in the meantime, can I manually install MySQL server in my CentOs 7 system in paralell with the existing Mysql 5.X that Plesk installed without breaking Plesk? I have a website which needs MySQL 8.

    Please let me know.

    Best wishes

    Nima

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    Anton Maslov

    @Nima,

    Out of the box none of the operations systems allows to install two MySQL servers simulteniously. There are guides accors the internet how to do that manually, but we never test Plesk with such scnearious, so I cannot say if that will work for you.

    The only supported option I have in mind is to use Docker and deploy MySQL 8.0 as a Docker container.

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    William Smith

    MySQL Server 8.0 was released in April 2018 - when will Plesk support it?

    With so many security concerns and so many people wanting better performance I cannot believe that Plesk has not announced when they will support MySQL 8.

    Does anyone have an idea when?

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    Lev Iurev

    @William Smith not in this year. I hope we will be able to provide you with more info in Q1 2020.

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