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From:Joerg Bruehe Date:December 22 2006 4:10pm
Subject:Re: rhel4 mysql max rpm question
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Hi Yong, all,

Yong Lee wrote:
> Hi All,
> I noticed that there are RPM downloads for RHEL4 but that these do not
> contain the ndb storage engine (ie: these are standard builds).  As such,
> I've resolved to just use the generic x86 rpm bundles that are offered but
> I'm curious if the ndb storage engine will ever get included into a RHEL4
> RPM bundle?

First:  When asking, please tell us what version you refer to.
Very often, the correct answer depends on the MySQL version affected.

Second:  I won't make a prediction, but I am not aware of any plans to 
change that. In what way is it important for you to have a RPM geared 
specifically to RHEL 4, as opposed to a generic one ?


Joerg Bruehe, Senior Production Engineer

rhel4 mysql max rpm questionYong Lee19 Dec
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