CentOS v6 glibc 2.12 default but Tokudb need 2.14

What is the best way to install glibc 2.14 ? so many tell me not to mess with glibc version or CentosOS is unstable ..... is it included in CentOS 7 ? is that the way to go ? or how do I install glibc 2.14 ? Where do I get it from ....

yum -UHv xxxxx_glibc-2.14.rpm ???

Answer Answered by Justin Swanhart Swanhart in this comment.

This page has instructions to update to 2.17 which should satisfy 2.14 requirements: http://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/176608/cannot-update-glibc-on-centos-7


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