Download MySQL Yum Repository

MySQL open source software is provided under the GPL License.

OEMs, ISVs and VARs can purchase commercial licenses.

The MySQL Yum repository provides a simple and convenient way to install and update MySQL products with the latest software packages using Yum.

MySQL Yum repository supports the following Linux Distros:

  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux / Oracle Linux
  • Fedora

MySQL Yum repository includes the latest packages:

  • MySQL 8.0 (Development)
  • MySQL 5.7 (GA)
  • MySQL 5.6 (GA)
  • MySQL 5.5 (GA - Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Oracle Linux Only)
  • MySQL Workbench
  • MySQL Fabric
  • MySQL Router
  • MySQL Utilities
  • MySQL Connector / ODBC
  • MySQL Connector / Python
  • MySQL Shell (preview)

Online Documentation:

The repository packages available below will provide MySQL Server 5.7 by default. Other versions can be obtained by editing the repo setup file installed by the package. See the Quick Guide to Using the MySQL Yum Repository for details.


Please report any bugs or inconsistencies you observe to our Bugs Database.
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Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 / Oracle Linux 7 (Architecture Independent), RPM Package 9.0K
(mysql57-community-release-el7-9.noarch.rpm) MD5: 1a29601dc380ef2c7bc25e2a0e25d31e
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 / Oracle Linux 6 (Architecture Independent), RPM Package 9.0K
(mysql57-community-release-el6-9.noarch.rpm) MD5: 63eb7275f5473a7383c6e929e7ebfb96
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 / Oracle Linux 5 (Architecture Independent), RPM Package 8.2K
(mysql57-community-release-el5-7.noarch.rpm) MD5: 0b141183300cfd0b22c2896f61440554
Fedora 25 (Architecture Independent), RPM Package 13.2K
(mysql57-community-release-fc25-9.noarch.rpm) MD5: bea9b259f21bd745e70344e3d201f86f
Fedora 24 (Architecture Independent), RPM Package 13.1K
(mysql57-community-release-fc24-9.noarch.rpm) MD5: 503bf2218267a22425c914c31ab6908c
Fedora 23 (Architecture Independent), RPM Package 13.0K
(mysql57-community-release-fc23-9.noarch.rpm) MD5: 822d142b5d9e97b22adc8763ccfa62bb

We suggest that you use the MD5 checksums and GnuPG signatures to verify the integrity of the packages you download.