WP_Site_Health::prepare_sql_data() – Run the SQL version checks.

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Description

Run the SQL version checks.

These values are used in later tests, but the part of preparing them is more easily managed early in the class for ease of access and discovery.

Usage

WP_Site_Health::prepare_sql_data();

Parameters

Returns

void

Source

File name: wordpress/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-site-health.php
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  private function prepare_sql_data() {
    global $wpdb;

    if ( $wpdb->use_mysqli ) {
      // phpcs:ignore WordPress.DB.RestrictedFunctions.mysql_mysqli_get_server_info
      $mysql_server_type = mysqli_get_server_info( $wpdb->dbh );
    } else {
      // phpcs:ignore WordPress.DB.RestrictedFunctions.mysql_mysql_get_server_info,PHPCompatibility.Extensions.RemovedExtensions.mysql_DeprecatedRemoved
      $mysql_server_type = mysql_get_server_info( $wpdb->dbh );
    }

    $this->mysql_server_version = $wpdb->get_var( 'SELECT VERSION()' );

    $this->health_check_mysql_rec_version = '5.6';

    if ( stristr( $mysql_server_type, 'mariadb' ) ) {
      $this->is_mariadb                     = true;
      $this->health_check_mysql_rec_version = '10.0';
    }

    $this->mysql_min_version_check = version_compare( '5.5', $this->mysql_server_version, '<=' );
    $this->mysql_rec_version_check = version_compare( $this->health_check_mysql_rec_version, $this->mysql_server_version, '<=' );
  }
 

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