Here you will find the available downloads for ExtSQL. Our repository of precompiled downloads is
organized by four different categories: ExtSQL Version, Operating
System (OS), Architecture (Arch) and Configure Options (Conf)
used to produce the binary.
We highly recommend you
view our document on Version Names to better understand what is available.
Briefly, versions 3.23 - 5.x represent MySQL compatible releases. Versions 7.x - 8.x are for PostgreSQL. We
use identical version numbers, e.g. The server ExtSQL-4.1.22 should be compatible with the server presently a part of MySQL-4.1.22
If you are interested in PosgreSQL downloads or development, please read this first!.
Our download system is unique, it makes it easy for the
community of ExtSQL users to express interest in specific
development**. It allows you to select from what we have
currently available, but has TWO additional features:
Click here to search downloads!
View list of all available.
- As you search our repository we may not have a specific
combination already built. Combinations that are planned for the future are marked with
(ETA). Once you select an item from all four categories (i.e.
we know the version of ExtSQL, OS, Architecture, and Configuration you are
the system will show you the current ETA date. Dates more than a year away
represent items we are thinking about, but aren't sure if there
is interest. You can select ETA items, giving us all
the category information we need, and then you can register a
Click here to see current ETA votes.
- Sometimes one of our categories may not have an item you are
interested in, e.g. you may be interested in an OS or earlier
version of MySQL that we don't have IDs generated for. If
you don't see even an ETA for an item, the bottom of each
category page contains a link that allows you to give us a new
item you are interested in.
Click here to see
votes for new items. Before asking for a NEW
item we encourage you to review current votes (if you use the
same spelling as a prior request, it will improve the vote
totals for an item).
On the 1st & 15th of every month our staff reviews all VOTE totals and updates/creates ETAs.
Our build & test process
allows us to
release a new binary in less than a week without being labor
intensive. It doesn't take a lot of VOTES to make
** Gee, maybe we should get this idea patented!