MySQL Yum Repository
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9 / Oracle Linux 9 (Architecture Independent), RPM Package 10.3K
(mysql80-community-release-el9-1.noarch.rpm) MD5: d07a0c6a95783c43d0c520c245cf18e0
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 / Oracle Linux 8 (Architecture Independent), RPM Package 14.1K
(mysql80-community-release-el8-4.noarch.rpm) MD5: 72a4647a99c7ac1e3a8efb874b1d4af4
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 / Oracle Linux 7 (Architecture Independent), RPM Package 10.9K
(mysql80-community-release-el7-7.noarch.rpm) MD5: 659400f9842fffb8d64ae0b650f081b9
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 / Oracle Linux 6 (Architecture Independent), RPM Package 10.9K
(mysql80-community-release-el6-7.noarch.rpm) MD5: 31233dbfbbcdb2700e1773736b21ec67
Fedora 37 (Architecture Independent), RPM Package 10.2K
(mysql80-community-release-fc37-1.noarch.rpm) MD5: 57011bdfc0f422456e84c09e1b43ee60
Fedora 36 (Architecture Independent), RPM Package 10.2K
(mysql80-community-release-fc36-1.noarch.rpm) MD5: 6326471e5662d2a398a025b992ab3448
Fedora 35 (Architecture Independent), RPM Package 11.9K
(mysql80-community-release-fc35-3.noarch.rpm) MD5: ffc916ae6306ccc453d3ea265961dda5

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

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

The MySQL Yum repository provides MySQL packages the following Linux Distros:

  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux / Oracle Linux
  • Fedora

The MySQL Yum repository includes the latest versions of:

  • MySQL 8.0
  • MySQL 5.7
  • MySQL 5.6
  • MySQL Cluster 8.0
  • MySQL Cluster 7.6
  • MySQL Cluster 7.5
  • MySQL Workbench
  • MySQL Router
  • MySQL Shell
  • MySQL Connector/C++
  • MySQL Connector/J
  • MySQL Connector/ODBC
  • MySQL Connector/Python

Online Documentation:

The repository packages available below will provide MySQL Server 8.0 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.

Support EOL for Fedora 35
Per the MySQL Support Lifecycle policy regarding ending support for OS versions that have reached end of life, we plan to discontinue building all MySQL binaries for the Fedora 35 platform as of Dec 13, 2022.
See Fedora 35 End of Life announcement »

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