MySQL Yum Repository
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 / Oracle Linux 8 (Architecture Independent), RPM Package 29.7K
(mysql80-community-release-el8-1.noarch.rpm) MD5: 7166fed89332ab92fb3ec666e95d6ad1
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 / Oracle Linux 7 (Architecture Independent), RPM Package 25.4K
(mysql80-community-release-el7-3.noarch.rpm) MD5: 893b55d5d885df5c4d4cf7c4f2f6c153
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 / Oracle Linux 6 (Architecture Independent), RPM Package 25.4K
(mysql80-community-release-el6-3.noarch.rpm) MD5: 45783ae5ad084f8151e1a3ada87061eb
Fedora 30 (Architecture Independent), RPM Package 27.9K
(mysql80-community-release-fc30-1.noarch.rpm) MD5: 3cc56c7751da5dc1f02ede2cf8a6a425
Fedora 29 (Architecture Independent), RPM Package 28.5K
(mysql80-community-release-fc29-2.noarch.rpm) MD5: b438444ad342ecaf95562f47d75c119c
Fedora 28 (Architecture Independent), RPM Package 29.8K
(mysql80-community-release-fc28-2.noarch.rpm) MD5: 6cb8657fd4ca5ca428e5d8cf527f2a81

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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 (RC)
  • 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 28
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 28 platform as of May 28, 2019.
See Fedora 28 End of Life announcement »

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