On Mon, Jul 5, 2010 at 10:07 AM, Nima Mohammadi <nima.irt@stripped> wrote:
> On Mon, Jul 5, 2010 at 8:26 PM, Rob Wultsch <wultsch@stripped> wrote:
>> Have you considered SQLite?
>> You probably want to compile your own version of MySQL. You probably
>> want to remove debugging symbols* (which have been present since the
>> mid 5.0 series, iirc), and any engines/character sets/etc you don't
>> *Alternatively you can run the strip command.
>> Rob Wultsch
> Well, I'm not in charge of deciding which RDBMS to use and the MySQL is
> needed for a program which has already been written. So it seems that we
> have no choice but to stick with MySQL.
> I guess for removing debug symbols I need to add the "--without-debug"
> option to the ./configure command. I think using these options would also be
> - --without-man
> - --without-docs
> - --without-ipv6
> - --disable-largefile
> I'm not sure which engine we're going to use, so I'll have to defer this to
> another time.
> Is there any other work I could do to strip MySQL?
> *-- Nima Mohammadi*
This is not a topic I have worked with previously. I image this may
be a good topic to bring to a consulting company (specifically Percona
and Open Query might work well) if you are unable to meet your size