In Preparation for upgrading to DevTest 10.2, the DBA notices that one of the files that's included and we're supposed to run is a bit dated. He'd just like it verified that this is indeed the correct version of this file to use for the upgrade to DevTest 10.2 - that's all. :)
-rw-r--r-- 1 s057860 users 24611 Jul 19 2016 mysql.ddl
As per our documentation for DevTest 10.2 we support these version of MySQL:
MySQL 5.5, 5.6, and 5.7
The MySQL database must provide collation and characters set supporting UTF-8; double-byte characters are stored in the ACL and reporting tables. The default code page for the database must be UTF-8; it is not enough only to define your database as UTF-8.
With a mysql.dll date of 2016, you are fine.