My Sql wrote:
> Hello! Hope this question is not too dumb. But i've installed mysqlwin32
> (shareware) and the only mysqld executable i see are mysqld.exe and
> mysqld-opt.exe, no mysqld-nt.exe
> I am running winNT client edition. Is the mysqld-nt.exe not included in
> the releases anymore? I am running mysqld.exe as a service under NT, but I
> keep reading about mysqld-nt.exe and was wondering if that was a more suited
> executable that i should be running.
> Quy Van Luu
In the released version of mysql for win32 you have mysqld.exe, mysqld-opt.exe and
In the shareware version this last one isn't available.
From the released README file:
There is 3 different SQL servers included with this package:
mysqld Compiled with full debugging and automatic memory allocation
checking. Requires TCP/IP.
mysqld-opt Optimized for a Pentium processor. Requires TCP/IP.
mysqld-nt Optimized for a Pentium pro processor. Has support for
named pipes. One can run this version on Win98, but in
this case no named pipes are created and one must
have TCP/IP installed.
Hope this carifies things.
PS: Sorry for the late answer, I was on vacation.
|• mysqld-nt ?||My Sql||9 Jul|
| • Re: mysqld-nt ?||Christian Mack||16 Jul|