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From:Sergei Golubchik Date:March 23 2010 9:21pm
Subject:Re: MySQL execution
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Hi, Karthik!

On Mar 23, Karthik Gurukuntala wrote:
> 
> > It does. But you can do 'make install' once, then delete the
> > installed mysqld and replace it with a symlink to your mysqld binary
> > in the source tree. Then you won't need to install anymore,
> > recompile and run.
> >  
> Ok... so, is it the mysqld.o(inside workdir/sql) which gets created
> after make in the source, the binary of the new mysqld, that I have to
> symlink to 'mysqld_safe' in '/home/karthik/install/mysql/bin/' ?

no, it's "mysqld" - that is "/home/karthik/source/workdir/sql/mysqld" -
that you need to symlink to "/home/karthik/install/mysql/libexec/mysqld"

  ln -sf /home/karthik/source/workdir/sql/mysqld
/home/karthik/install/mysql/libexec/mysqld
 
Regards,
Sergei
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