Rebecca Black wrote:
> Hi all,
> I have a few questions about MySQL:
> 1. About how many lines of code does the UNIX version of MySQL have?
[sasha@sasha mysql-3.22.20a]$ find . -path "*mit-*" -regex ".*.[ch]+" |
xargs wc -l 2>/dev/null | tail -1
[sasha@sasha mysql-3.22.20a]$ find . -regex ".*.[ch]+" | xargs wc -l
2>/dev/null | tail -1
So 145001 of everything - 10215 of MIT-threads is approx. 135,000,
wanted to know that myself for a long time.
> 2. Can two different versions of MySQL run side by side without problem
> (please respond for both x86 and UNIX)?
Unix can run on x86, I am running it on my Intel desktop just fine as
well as on our web/database server (Linux). to instances of mysql daemon
can co-exist peacefully on one machine if:
- they are fighting over the same TCP port (tell one to move off to a
- they are not fighting over the same Unix socket ( tell one of them to
move off to a different socket)
- OS implements reliable file locking mechanism
> 3. Does it work well on systems when the regional settings are changed to a
> language other than English?
> 4. Is MySQL localized to any language other than English?
For more info, check the manual.