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Hi, I am wondering if I could use spatial extensions (GIS) on mysql database server.

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asked 09 Apr, 18:55

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Yes, but only with MyISAM tables, so be sure to specify that as the storage engine type when you create your tables.

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answered 10 Apr, 19:25

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The reason for this is that spatial support for InnoDB is available only in MySQL 5.7.5+, but the newest version we're running is 5.6.35.

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Thanks, do you have any plans to migrate to mysql 5.7?

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Not at this time, no.

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