For sure, there is a 64bit RPM version for Linux/x86_64, both statically and
dynamically compiled (if your system libs don't match). There are also RHEL
specific RPMs. I would believe one of the above would work for CentOS.
Fully 64bit MySQL Cluster is required on Linux if you plan on a cluster
larger than 2GB in order to allocate more than that amount of memory for the
ndbd process on the data nodes.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Sebastien LELIEVRE [mailto:slelievre@stripped]
> Sent: Tuesday, August 07, 2007 12:34 AM
> To: cluster@stripped
> Cc: Greg Coleman; wilersh@stripped
> Subject: Re: 5.0, 64-bit build for OS X on Intel!?
> Hi everyone,
> Greg Coleman a écrit :
> > Did you compile with the --with-ndbcluster option ???
> I would assume he did, as he says in
> >>> I've started to try and build my own but it seems only the mysql
> >>> commands are building 64-bit. The cluster stuff (ndbd, ndb_mgmd,
> >>> etc) are only 32-bit.
> ... means to me that the --with-ndbcluster option was indeed
> specified but that cluster binaries were compiled 32-bit only.
> IIRC, there is a 64-bit Centos version of MySQL Cluster. Can
> anyone please confirm this ?
> (If so, it would mean then it is possible to get a full
> 64-bit cluster)