Hi Tomas, any news on this one?
Any news on when the ndbcluster will be packaged with the solaris binary
as it was missing with the 4.1.7. build.
From: Tomas Ulin [mailto:tomas@stripped]
Sent: Wednesday, October 27, 2004 4:13 PM
To: Bradley Mills (QC/EMC)
Cc: 'Mikael Ronström'; 'cluster@stripped'
Subject: Re: MySQL-Max-4.1.7-Binary.
I believe a build mistake has been made and that ndbcluster was not
included in the solaris builds as it should have been.
I will look into what we will do to correct this.
Bradley Mills (QC/EMC) wrote:
>I started my mysql with
>bin/safe_mysqld --user=mysql --ndbcluster &
>from the mysql directory
>That's why I'm wondering if this version was in fact compiled with
>From: Mikael Ronström [mailto:mikael@stripped]
>Sent: Wednesday, October 27, 2004 8:58 AM
>To: Bradley Mills (QC/EMC)
>Subject: Re: MySQL-Max-4.1.7-Binary.
>You need to start mysqld with the option --ndbcluster to enable ndb
>cluster for the MySQL Server.
>2004-10-27 kl. 13.54 skrev Bradley Mills (QC/EMC):
>>Hi, I downloaded the MySQL-Max-4.1.7-Binary-64bit version for
>>I expected this binary version to contain the NDBCluster engine.
>>I assumed this from the following statement in the MySQL documentation
>>17 MySQL Cluster
>>MySQL Cluster uses the new NDB Cluster storage engine to enable running
>>several MySQL servers in a cluster. The NDB Cluster storage engine is
>>available in the BitKeeper from MySQL release 4.1.2, and in binary
>>from MySQL-Max 4.1.3.
>>Currently, supported operating systems are Linux, Mac OS X, and
>>are working to make NDB Cluster run on all of the operating systems
>>MySQL itself also runs on, including Windows.
>>However after installing the package, I did a show engines and got the
>>I downloaded the Max Version from the following link.
>>Can anyone point me in the right direction?
>Mikael Ronström, Senior Software Architect
>MySQL AB, www.mysql.com