Upgrading MySQL on Linux
You can upgrade to a newer version of MySQL on the Linux server on which Unified Manager is installed to obtain fixes for security vulnerabilities. If the installed version of MySQL on your system is earlier than 8.0.27, the Unified Manager 9.10 upgrade process automatically upgrades MySQL to 8.0.27. You should not run a standalone upgrade of MySQL from an earlier version to 8.0.27.
What you’ll need
You must have root privileges for the Linux system on which Unified Manager is installed.
You can upgrade the base version of MySQL 8.0.27 to later versions for only minor updates.
Log in as a root user on the Unified Manager host machine.
Download the latest MySQL Community Server
.rpmbundle on the target system.
Untar the bundle to a directory on the target system.
You get multiple
.rpmpackages in the directory after untarring the bundle, but Unified Manager only needs the following rpm packages:
mysql-community-client-plugins-8.0.27 Delete all other
.rpmpackages. However, installing all packages in an rpm bundle does not cause errors.
Stop the Unified Manager service and the associated MySQL software in the order shown:
systemctl stop ocieau
systemctl stop ocie
systemctl stop mysqld
Invoke the upgrade of MySQL by using the following command:
yum install *.rpm
.rpmrefers to the
.rpmpackages in the directory where you downloaded the newer version of MySQL.
Start Unified Manager in the order shown:
systemctl start mysqld
systemctl start ocie
systemctl start ocieau