What are the MySQL Supported Platforms?


Let us see the different platforms that MySQL supports. MySQL can be deployed in virtual environments.

It supports the below mentioned operating systems −

Oracle Linux/ Red Hat/ CentOS

  • Oracle Linux 8 / Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 / CentOS 8 whose architecture can be x86_64, ARM 64

  • Oracle Linux 7 / Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 / CentOS 7 whose architecture can be ARM 64

  • Oracle Linux 7 / Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 / CentOS 7 whose architecture can be x86_64

  • Oracle Linux 6 / Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 / CentOS 6 whose architecture can be x86_32, x86_64

Oracle Solaris

  • Solaris 11 (Update 4+) whose architecture can be SPARC_64

Ubuntu

  • Ubuntu 20.04 LTS whose architecture can be x86_64

  • Ubuntu 18.04 LTS whose architecture can be x86_32, x86_64

  • Ubuntu 16.04 LTS whose architecture can be x86_32, x86_64

SUSE

  • SUSE Enterprise Linux 15 / OpenSUSE 15 (15.2) whose architecture can be x86_64

  • SUSE Enterprise Linux 12 (12.4+) whose architecture can be x86_64

  • Operating system − Debian

  • Debian GNU/Linux 10 whose architecture can be x86_64

  • Debian GNU/Linux 9 whose architecture can be x86_32, x86_64

Microsoft Windows Server

  • Microsoft Windows 2019 Server whose architecture can be x86_64

  • Microsoft Windows 2016 Server whose architecture can be x86_64

  • Microsoft Windows 2012 Server R2 whose architecture can be x86_64

Microsoft Windows

Microsoft Windows 10 whose architecture can be x86_64

Apple MAC

  • macOS 11 whose architecture can be x86_64

  • macOS 10.15 whose architecture can be x86_64

FreeBSD

FreeBSD 12 whose architecture can be x86_64

Updated on: 08-Mar-2021

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