Multiple MySQL Versions configureable over Panel
I'd be happy if you could integrate multiple MySQL Versions into Plesk. Each Customer should be able to choose his MySQL. Also choosing more than only one version should be implemented.
Thank you for your input. We will consider the possibility of implementing this feature in upcoming releases.
Since Plesk Onyx panel admin will be able to install different MySQL versions as a Docker containers, then the DB servers can be connected as remote DB to Plesk.
we definitely need this
Please help me
Barbara Wishingrad commented
This is just what our organization, Sweetwater Collaborative, needs to run civiCRM in the most efficient, least expensive way...please do it!
This is definitely needed!!!
Some Application just run smooth on MySQL 5.6 some just on newer, some should run on MariaDB.
I would really be happy to have multiple MySQL versions running on the same machine just on different ports.
We need it!
In the tools, as in the case of php, insert the instrument for updating the version of data base (for example, switch from mariaDB 10.1 to mariaDB 10.2)
You have plenty of plugins how about one that lets you update mysql in the same way you can update the version of php
Alexander Yamshanov commented
You can find a short How-To about using multiple MySQL/MariaDB/PostgreSQL in Plesk with Docker extension by link https://www.plesk.com/blog/product-technology/plesk-docker-extension/
Tan Vuong commented
MySQL chose version when install and Have options from panel to change version of mysql like php
Marco Marsala commented
Not useful in sysadmin point of view
Joost Pluim commented
Please allow similar to multiple PHP versions the option to upgrade MySQL within plesk without having to upgrade the OS on the server.
Madalin Ignisca commented
You can already do that in Plesk...
Eric Kranich commented
yes this is very important exemple :Magento 1.9 mysql 5.5 magento 2 mysql 5.6
This is a very good idea, since it it possible to select multiple PHP versions, it would be ideal to have the same function for MySQL. Even more so with the upcoming move from utf8 to utf8mb4 that WordPress is going to do.