No I didn't RTF webpage!
Thanks, got it.
--- Russell E Glaue <rglaue@stripped> wrote:
> Did you read the top of the downloads page?
> The Standard binaries are recommended for most
> users, and includes the
> InnoDB storage engine. The Max version includes
> additional features such
> as the NDB (Cluster) storage engine, the Berkeley DB
> storage engine, and
> other features that have not been exhaustively
> tested or are not
> required for general usage, such as user-defined
> functions (UDFs) and
> BIG_TABLE support. When these features have matured
> and proven to be
> stable, they will be incorporated into future
> releases of the Standard
> binaries. The Debug binaries have been compiled with
> extra debug
> information, and are not intended for production
> use, because the
> included debugging code may cause reduced
> ...The Max version includes...the NDB (Cluster)
> storage engine...not
> been exhaustively tested...
> When these features have matured and proven to be
> stable, they will be
> incorporated into future releases of the Standard
> Make sure you download the Max version to get the
> MySQL Clustering.
> And 4.1.7-standard is the stable release.
> 4.1.7-Max includes the stable release as the base,
> but with additional
> non-fully-tested features like the cluster not
> necessarilly unstable,
> but just not matured as much as the standard stable
> RadeonFlashBox wrote:
> > According to the MySQL website, "MySQL Version 4.1
> > (is) Certified as Production-Ready."
> > Based on this announcement, I removed all files
> > previous mysql versions, then downloaded and
> > these "released" 4.1 RPMs.
> > rpm -ivhU MySQL-server-4.1.7-0.i386.rpm
> > rpm -ivhU MySQL-shared-compat-4.1.7-0.i386.rpm
> > rpm -ivhU MySQL-client-4.1.7-0.i386.rpm
> > rpm -ivhU MySQL-devel-4.1.7-0.i386.rpm
> > I can start mysqld_safe with cluster support.
> > mysqld_safe --ndbcluster
> > --default-storage-engine=ndbcluster &
> > But no ndb commands (e.g. ndb_mgmd) are installed.
> > Are there more steps to do? Am I missing
> > Is it not "all there" yet?
> > BR/
> > Douglas
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