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While replicating from a MySQL 5.0 Master to MySQL 5.6 Slave is allowed, it is not good to keep that scenario indefinitely. Why ? The way MySQL 5.6 reconnects to an older Master may be more difficult with older Masters. To illustrate problems of this nature, consider how MySQL Replication can break between versions because of Binary Logs changing between ...
Yes, but do not simply delete it - deinstall it properly: http://docs.oracle.com/database/121/LADBI/remove_oracle_sw.htm#LADBI7824 Run $ORACLE_HOME/deinstall/deinstall and follow the instructions.
PROBLEM I think your problem stems from a change in sql_mode. sql_mode is blank in MySQL 5.5 It is not blank in MySQL 5.6 SOLUTION Run this command SET GLOBAL sql_mode = ''; Then, add this to my.cnf to keep sql_mode blank should you restart mysqld [mysqld] sql_mode = '' You do not need to restart mysqld since you set it globally GIVE IT A TRY ...
You are running SQL Server build 9.00.5294.00 that is more current than SP4 which is 9.00.5000. Your server has already been updated. (http://sqlserverbuilds.blogspot.com/) (Build 7601: Service Pack 1) is the version of the operating system.
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