>On Thu, Feb 13, 2003 at 03:33:31PM -0600, Paul DuBois wrote:
>> 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.
>There is no -Max RPM on the Red Hat CDs. Nor can I find a matching -Max
>RPM on rpmfind.net
Use the RPMs from www.mysql.com. (look in the MySQL-Max-3.23 directory
under Downloads, not in the MySQL-3.23 directory).
>The instructions for the binary .tar.gz say to uncomment a few lines in
>my.cnf (those lines don't exist with the RPM installation). Why is this
>more difficult with RPMs?
You'll have to ask RedHat about that, I guess.
> I really want to use RPMs instead of tarballs
>if I can.
>John Oliver, CCNA http://www.john-oliver.net/
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