Last year I did a post on how to upgrade from FC5 to FC6 and this upgrade happened on the first box I used for that.
Notes on disk labels: There are a few things listed in the release notes under Upgrade Related Issues.
Instructions are also included for installing the IUS Community Project and the Remi RPM Repository.
Whereas EPEL provides only software that is in the official Cent OS and Red Hat official repositories, IUS and Remi provide newer versions of software (like My SQL and PHP) that exists in the official repositories.
If you need to add a label to a drive use the "/sbin/e2label" command and then edit your /etc/fstab to use the label on boot instead of the device.
If you have a managed support agreement, contact your provider before following the instructions in this article to ensure that you don’t create an unsupported server configuration.Before you do anything, you will want to make sure you have the latest software for Fedora 23 before beginning the upgrade process.Additionally, make sure you back up your system before proceeding.Now that Fedora 7 has been release it is time to upgrade from that crusty old Fedora Core 6.Note that they have removed the "Core" from the name so a few things have changed with the paths used in yum.wget SQL-5.6/My SQL-shared-5.6.10-1.el6.x86_64.rpm/from/ wget SQL-5.6/My SQL-client-5.6.10-1.el6.x86_64.rpm/from/ wget SQL-5.6/My SQL-server-5.6.10-1.el6.x86_64.rpm/from/ we proceed further, stop existing My SQL Server.