The -d option is only enabled on linux or solaris.
If you like to try it out on OS X the code for the ndb process is in
ndb/src/kernel/ndb-main/Main.cpp and starts on line 88.
That code uses the function NdbDaemon_Make(in
ndb/src/common/portlib/unix/NdbDaemon.c), which you should need to "fix" for
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Gene Diveglia" <gdiveglia@stripped>
Sent: Wednesday, May 05, 2004 3:28 AM
Subject: NDB behavior with -d
> Hi, I've been working with NDB on OS X 10.3.3 and I have observed that
> starting mgmtsrvr or ndb with the '-d' option does not appear to have
> an obvious effect on the behavior of either application. Specifically,
> one might expect that using '-d' would put the application in the
> background and return a prompt.
> I didn't want to file a bug against this until I understood what the
> expected behavior was supposed to be. Can anyone shed any light on
> Many thanks,
> -Gene Diveglia
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