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mysql_get_server_infoPobiera informacje o serwerze MySQL


string mysql_get_server_info ([ resource $identyfikator_połączenia ] )

mysql_get_server_info() zwraca wersję serwera, używanego przez identyfikator_połączenia. Jeżeli identyfikator_połączenia nie zostanie podany, wykorzystane zostanie ostatnio otwarte połączenie.

mysql_get_server_info() dodano w PHP 4.0.5.

Przykład #1 mysql_get_server_info

('localhost''uzytkownik''haslo') or
'Nie można się połączyć');
printf ("MySQL server version: %s\n"mysql_get_server_info());

Powyższy przykład da następujący wynik:

MySQL server version: 4.0.1-alpha

Patrz także: mysql_get_client_info(), mysql_get_host_info() i mysql_get_proto_info().

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User Contributed Notes 3 notes

Kalle Sommer Nielsen
7 years ago
An alternative to mysql_get_client_info() is to use the VERSION() function in MySQL language like:

= mysql_query("SELECT VERSION() as mysql_version");

The output is the same as mysql_get_client_info()
cmscoder at seasamecreek dot info
6 years ago
Here is something I put together because I needed a way to pull the MySQL version number from the server without actually having a connection.  This was due to being part of a server info screen prior to installation of a cms.  Users need to know if their MySQL is supported or not prior to installation right? :)

This will scrape the phpinfo page looking for the MySQL row that says Client API version and return the version number after it.  This could also be used to scrape just about anything from the phpinfo page. :)

$info = ob_get_contents();
$info = stristr($info, 'Client API version');
preg_match('/[1-9].[0-9].[1-9][0-9]/', $info, $match);
$gd = $match[0];
echo 'MySQL:  '.$gd.' <br />';

This will output:
MySQL: 4.1.22 (which is the version on my server)

I know this is crude but it's the only thing I could come up with and there isn't anything like this info available online so here it is.  I suck at preg_match and it would be helpful if someone could modify the string here to stand the test of time.
cNOooSPAMlmax1 at o2 dot pl
8 years ago
That's better:

('localhost', 'user', 'password') or
'Could not connect: ' . mysql_error());
$a = mysql_get_server_info();
$b = substr($a, 0, strpos($a, "-"));
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