Just Host Web Hosting Help

MySQL Version

The current version can be viewed in the cPanel on left side by scrolling down to the Versions section. Alternately, you can view which version the server has with the following Telnet command from either Window's DOS prompt or a terminal on Mac or Linux, It will print out the current version.
 telnet example.com 3306 
Knowledgebase Article 154,842 views bookmark tags: mysql sql


Was this resource helpful?

Did this resolve your issue?


Please add any other comments or suggestions about this content:





Recommended Help Content

A guide on performing a standard SQL query using the phpMyAdmin interface
Knowledgebase Article 43,060 views tags: databases mysql phpmyadmin

How do I make my MySQL database compatible with the version you provide?
Knowledgebase Article 103,891 views tags: compatible database mysql

How do I import a backup of my database (.sql file) using phpMyAdmin?
Knowledgebase Article 376,176 views tags: database mysql phpmyadmin

Related Help Content

I need to Export or Import a MySQL database
Knowledgebase Article 296,335 views tags: mysql phpmyadmin ssh

How do I create a MySQL backup?
Knowledgebase Article 199,972 views tags: backup database mysql

What version of PostgreSQL are you running?
Knowledgebase Article 62,303 views tags:

What version of Perl are you running?
Knowledgebase Article 69,782 views tags: perl

I am prompted to set a new MySQL password. What does this mean and how do I change it?
Knowledgebase Article 97,683 views tags: connect database mysql password phpmyadmin username

This article will show a few MySQL errors along with explanations as to why they might be occurring.
Knowledgebase Article 36,119 views tags: errors mysql

I would like to dump the Table Structure for my MySQL Database, but none of the data.
Knowledgebase Article 181,423 views tags: dump mysql ssh structure table

This article will explain how to change or reset the password for a MySQL user.
Knowledgebase Article 25,226 views tags: change mysql password reset user