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  1. suresh.kasthuri says:

    In the context of MySQL, version numbers are organized as follows:

    MySQL version = X.Y.Z

    X = Major version, Y = Release level, Z = Version number within release series.

    From the Amazon RDS standpoint, a version change would be considered major if either major version or release level is being changed. Example: going from 5.6.X -> 5.7.X.

    A version change would be considered minor if the version number within the release is being changed. Example: going from 5.6.27 -> 5.6.29.

    Answer is D




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