Now mysql is officially supported by gitlabhq. Follow next steps to migrate to mysql

  1. Get latest code
  2. Install mysql
  3. Save data - bundle exec rake db:data:dump RAILS_ENV=production
  4. Change config to mysql using database.yml.example
  5. Setup db - bundle exec rake db:setup RAILS_ENV=production
  6. Restore old data - bundle exec rake db:data:load RAILS_ENV=production

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