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From:Paul DuBois Date:February 13 2003 9:33pm
Subject:Re: Enable InnoDB in RPM install?
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At 12:43 -0800 2/13/03, John Oliver wrote:
>I've got MySQL installed via RPM on a Red Hat 8.0 machine.  How do I
>enable InnoDB?

If it's < MySQL 4, install the -Max RPM on top of your existing installation
to get a server with InnoDB enabled.  If it's MySQL >= 4, InnoDB is
included already; you don't need to do anything.

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Enable InnoDB in RPM install?John Oliver13 Feb
  • Re: Enable InnoDB in RPM install?Paul DuBois13 Feb
    • Re: Enable InnoDB in RPM install?John Oliver13 Feb
      • Re: Enable InnoDB in RPM install?Paul DuBois13 Feb
      • Re: Enable InnoDB in RPM install?Mark Matthews13 Feb
        • Re: Enable InnoDB in RPM install?John Oliver13 Feb