MySQL is an open source Relational Database Management System(RDBMS) and it uses SQL (Structured Query Language). It is ideal for both small and large applications for accessing, adding and managing content in the database. In this article, we guide you to find the MySQL version through SSH command.
MySQL is used for developing a various web-based software application. It is noted for its quick processing, proven reliability, ease and flexible to use.
It is an essential part of almost every open source PHP applications. MySQL is developed, distributed and supported by Oracle Corporation. MySQL databases are stored in tables and a table is a collection related data and it consists of rows and columns.
Command to find your Server’s MySQL version:
We can find the server’s MySQL version by using commands in the command-line interface or through WHM interface in Linux servers.
Open SSH shell and login to the server. Determining the MySQL version is not that much difficult but the command line is a quick trick and it is useful. Use the following command to know the version of MySQL server,