On 10.03.2010, at 19:01, Brian Aker wrote:
> On Mar 10, 2010, at 9:46 AM, Michael Widenius wrote:
>> This will make each sql-bench more MariaDB release specific and a
>> newer sql-bench may not necessarily work with an older version if
> It sounds like then that you just need to keep your own version while the rest of us
> work on this one. The goal has been to keep the tools neutral so that we can test them
> across multiple databases. I can see why you wouldn't want to spend time on the others,
> but that also means that the rest of us need to keep working on these tools.
> There is more value I believe in collaborating on a single set of tools. Personally I
> would like to see more focus on that.
We were busy with our preparations for the MySQL UC. Brian, we totally agree that
having a separate sql-bench repository on launchpad is the way to go. I am currently
trying to figure out how to export sql-bench with the help of bzr in a way, so that
re-merging it back into MariaDB becomes easy. I think the same will be true for
merging with MySQL sources, too.
Hakan Küçükyılmaz, QA/Benchmark Engineer, Stuttgart/Germany
Monty Program Ab, http://askmonty.org/
Skype: hakank_ Phone: +49 171 1919839