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HzDylan, My correspondence regarding getting MySQL v5.0 upgraded on c1 is with ticket number 728210. I am not sure if you keep a running log ...

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    HzDylan,


    My correspondence regarding getting MySQL v5.0 upgraded on c1 is with ticket number 728210. I am not sure if you keep a running log of all e-mail exchanges by ticket number. If not, I can provide them to you.

    Initially, I had my client signed up for the 1yr failover plan with the intent to use MySQL v5.0. The website does not state which version of MySQL so I checked with sales. They said either version were available. After logging onto to site, I found to my dismay, only v4.x was available. Ticket #728210 was opened in order to resolve this issue.

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    Yes this is on the priority list. The new c1 server is just about ready for migration and it runs mysql v5. You should be getting a notice sometime this weekend or early next week regarding the migration.
    Kiet Duong
    Hosting Zoom, Inc.

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    HyKiet,


    This news is really good. I really do not care to write a lot of SQL code within PHP or any other scripting/programming language for that matter. It's difficult to debug and read, plus you take a performance hit. Having most of the SQL code in stored procedures is really nice. Can't wait to see MySQL show up.

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