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From:Alan van den Bosch Date:October 31 2000 3:32am
Subject:ha_berkeley.[ch] files
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Hi,

I read in one of the mysql mailling lists a message regarding transaction 
support posted by Monty. IIRC the message was posted around 2000-10-11 and 
suggested that transaction support would be available in downloadable 
binaries (at that time) in two to four weeks, this was due to the sleepycat 
tables always requiring a primary key and some heavy inhouse testing.

I Downloaded the src tarballs for mysql-3.23.27-beta-win-src.zip and 
db-3.2.3b.tar.gz had had a poke around slq/ha_berkeley.[ch] and the db.h 
files. I've the impression that transaction support has been successfully 
compiled and tested to a degree. However, there are references to a member of 
the DB type (__DB struct) that doesnt exist in that structure, but is a 
member of the DBT type ( does app_private ring any bells? ). An expample of 
this is the berkley_cmp_packed_key() function in ha_berkeley.c

Is there a more recent version of the ha_berkeley.[ch] files that will 
compile ? I've tried to use bitkeeper to get the dev source tree, following 
the instructions in the mysql manual, and ended up with lots of revision 
control/log related files - but none of the source files. I've also tried the 
sourceforge CVS repository but it appears not to be up and running (access 
denied) for joe public.


-- 
Regards,

Alan van den Bosch
Sanguis Pty Ltd


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