2.2 Operating Platform and MySQL Cluster Version Compatibility

MySQL Cluster Manager 1.2.4 is currently available for and supported on the following operating systems:

MySQL Cluster Manager binaries for Oracle Linux 5 and 6 can also be used with Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 and 6.

Generic Linux binaries are also available in 32-bit and 64-bit versions. These should work with most recent Linux distributions.

MySQL Cluster Manager is currently supported for use in the following MySQL Cluster release versions, on the platforms shown:

Prior to installation, you must obtain the correct build of MySQL Cluster Manager for your operating system and hardware platform. For Unix platforms, MySQL Cluster Manager is delivered as a Unix .tar.gz archive. For Windows platforms, an MSI installer file is provided. The name of the file varies with the target platform. All MySQL Cluster Manager 1.2.4 packages include MySQL Cluster NDB 7.3.2 on all supported platforms. Available packages with applicable platforms and architectures are shown in in the following table:

PackageOS / PlatformArchitecture
mcm-1.2.4-cluster-7.3.2-linux-rhel5-x86-32bit.tar.gzOracle Linux 5, Oracle Linux 632-bit
mcm-1.2.4-cluster-7.3.2-linux-rhel5-x86-64bit.tar.gzOracle Linux 5, Oracle Linux 664-bit
mcm-1.2.4-cluster-7.3.2-linux-sles11-x86-64bit.tar.gzSUSE Enterprise Linux 1164-bit
mcm-1.2.4-cluster-7.3.2-linux-glibc2.5-x86-32bit.tar.gzGeneric Linux32-bit
mcm-1.2.4-cluster-7.3.2-linux-glibc2.5-x86-64bit.tar.gzGeneric Linux64-bit
mcm-1.2.4-cluster-7.3.2-solaris10-sparc-64bit.tar.gzSolaris 1064-bit (SPARC)
mcm-1.2.4-cluster-7.3.2-solaris10-x86-64bit.tar.gzSolaris 1064-bit (x86)
mcm-1.2.4-win32-cluster-7.3.2-winx64-x86.msiWindowsMySQL Cluster Manager: 32-bit; MySQL Cluster: 64-bit

When selecting the appropriate installer for your operating system and hardware, keep in mind that 32-bit programs can normally be run on 64-bit platforms, but that the reverse is not true.

It might be possible that some MySQL Cluster Manager 1.2.4 builds are compatible with versions of Linux or Solaris other than those listed previously. Your Oracle representative and MySQL Support personnel can assist you in determining whether this is the case, and if so, which build is most suitable for your Linux or Solaris operating platform.

MySQL Cluster Manager is currently supported on the following Microsoft Windows operating systems:

The information provided in this section is subject to change from release to release. For more specific and timely information about MySQL Cluster Manager availability and support for different operating platforms and versions, as well as for different MySQL Cluster software versions, see Supported Platforms: MySQL Cluster Manager at http://www.mysql.com/support/supportedplatforms/cluster-manager.html, or contact your Oracle representative.