7 Steps to Implementing Automation
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By default currently 5.5 get install by default with Ubuntu 14.04.
you cannot just simply upgrade the database by typing one command.
If you would like to do in professional manner then 🙂 you should read
If you are just upgrading the mysql db and care to much what might happens then you can following these instruction
So to upgrade your default version of MySQL 5.5 to MySQL 5.6 on Ubuntu 14.04.1 LTS (Trusty Tahr)
$sudo apt-get remove mysql-server
$sudo apt-get autoremove
$sudo apt-get install mysql-client-5.6 mysql-client-core-5.6
$sudo apt-get install mysql-server-5.6
Wait few minutes and set up a new password again
You have now upgrade your MySQL 5.5 to the latest version on Digital Hosting
Perahps it’s worht checking 🙂
$sudo mysql -h localhost -V
Now our output looks amazing. This is what we wanted!
mysql Ver 14.14 Distrib 5.6.19, for debian-linux-gnu (x86_64) using …
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Magento 2 is more than a revamped platform – automating testing has also been a significant investment. But is it paying off? Is test automation worth the effort? YES! Here is the data to prove it.
Disclaimer: opinions expressed here are my own and not necessarily that of my employer. Please also note the data shown here has not been verified. Since this is not an official eBay communication I also removed absolute numbers – it’s the trend lines that matter anyway.
In a previous post I described the types of testing being employed on Magento 2. The team has continued to invest in a range of test cases for the different areas. The work is by no means complete or up to what the team believes is a satisfactory level. But the coverage has been improving, enough to see substantive benefits as a result.
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