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It appears that while I show v5.1.37 when I log into the db, that it is actually 4.1.22
You are mis-reading what you're seeing.
At command line when I use mysql -V it will display mysql 4.1.22
When you run this command it is reporting the version of your MySQL client, not the server. Since you're not specifying which mysql client to use the OS is searching your $PATH and using the first one it finds - clearly the original OS installed version
when I log into mysql using mysql -u root, it show the new server version of 5.1.37.
When you log in, you're talking to the server, which is why you get the different version number. So now you're using MySQL client 4.1.22 with MySQL Server 5.1.37. That's OK, but clearly not what you expected.
. I have tried to migrate data from another server that using v5.1.37 and I get errors
Could you be at all specific about what errors you get. Knowing that would go a long way to answering your question (at least compared to working blind, which is what you're asking us to do).
You should also read the MySQL migration guide which talks about differences between 4.1.x and 5.1.x and how to migrate your data - you can't just open your existing database files and expect it to work.
Aug 7, 2009 12:06 PM