These instructions work for Docker EE for SLES and for Docker EE for Linux, which includes access to Docker EE for all Linux distributions. To learn more about Docker EE, see Docker Enterprise Edition.
Docker Community Edition (Docker CE) is not supported on SLES.
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Abstract This is a quick guide for using the My SQL SLES repository to install and upgrade My SQL on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES).
Continue to Post-installation steps for Linux to allow non-privileged users to run Docker commands and for other optional configuration steps.with name of the package (you might need to enable first the subrepository for the package, using the same method for selecting a subrepository for a specific release series outlined in Selecting a Release Series): Use the My SQL SLES repository to perform an in-place update (that is, replacing the old version of the server and then running the new version off the old data files) for your My SQL installation by following these steps (they assume you have installed My SQL with the My SQL SLES repository; if that is not the case, following the instructions in Replacing My SQL Installed by an RPM from Other Sources instead): RPMs for installing the My SQL Community Server and its components can be downloaded from My SQL either from the My SQL Developer Zone, from the native software repository of SLES, or from the My SQL SLES repository.The RPMs from the those sources might be different, and they might install and configure My SQL in different ways.My SQL's validate_password plugin is installed by default.This will require that passwords contain at least one upper case letter, one lower case letter, one digit, and one special character, and that the total password length is at least 8 characters.