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From:Ken Jacobs Date:March 17 2009 4:34am
Subject:Re: Fw: MySQL with BerkeleyDB
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Berkeley DB is no longer supported as a storage engine for MySQL.  It 
was removed in 5.1.12, back in 2006.   I don't know whether it was also 
removed from a late 5.0 release as well, but it is generally not 
supported in MySQL anymore.

 It would not be wise to rely on it for any new application.

Ken

Sourav Chakraborty wrote:
>
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Jim Winstead" <Jim.Winstead@stripped>
> To: "Sourav Chakraborty" <sourav.chakraborty@stripped>
> Cc: <internals-owner@stripped>
> Sent: Tuesday, March 17, 2009 1:36 AM
> Subject: Re: MySQL with BerkeleyDB
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>> Jim Winstead
>> MySQL/Sun
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>> On Mar 12, 2009, at 8:47 PM, Sourav Chakraborty wrote:
>>
>>> Hi,
>>> .I have downloaded mysql 5.0.77 source code and BerkeleyDB  
>>> 4.6.18.Then I =
>>> have used=20
>>> ./configure --with-berkeley-db=3D'/usr/local/berkeleydb' =
>>> --with-berkeley-db-libs=3D'/usr/local/berkeleydb/lib' =
>>> --with-berkeley-db-includes=3D'/usr/local/berkeleydb/include'
>>> But I got-
>>> configure: WARNING: unrecognized options: =
>>> --with-berkeley-db,--with-berkeley-db-libs,--with-berkeley-db- 
>>> includes"
>>>
>>> Pls suggest what to do
>>>
>>> rgds
>>> Sourav
>>
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Fw: MySQL with BerkeleyDBSourav Chakraborty17 Mar
  • Re: Fw: MySQL with BerkeleyDBKen Jacobs17 Mar