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From:Brian Clifton Date:October 9 2000 8:51am
Subject:Re: sql-bench
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I am also on RH6.2, MySQL is running as I can see the daemons in 'ps -e | 
grep mysql' but when I try sql-bench/run-all-tests, all I get is: 'run-
all-tests: command not found'. 

One difference it that I installed via rpm - Vadim suggests building from 
source. Just wanted to check any other possibility before starting all 
over again. 

Any help greatly appreciated. 

Best regards, Brian 

> Yes, it might take well over an hour. Really, depends on the speed of your
> hardware. There's a logging option (I don't remember off the top of my
> head) - it will be creating log files for every test being performed in
> the './output' directory, so you can monitor the testing process. An
> appropriate invocation instruction example is listed in one of the script
> files in the 'sql-bench' directory.
> Good luck.
> Vadim.
> JuanE wrote:
> > 
> > Hello All,
> > 
> > I am a newbie to mysql (and sql DB's in general). I just installed the
> > latest binary for linux ([pc-linux-gnu-i686]) and everything went
> > according to the installation instructions. But I ran
> > sql-bench/run-all-tests and it is taking forever, it's been ther for
> > more than an hour. I searched everywhere in for some sample
> > benchmark output files, but I haven't found anything.
> > 
> > I guess my question is, is run-all-test supposed to run for more than an
> > hour, or I am just being impatient? Also, If someone would be kind
> > enough to look at my output files, contact me directly and I'll send
> > them.
> > 
> > BTW, I am running it on RedHat 6.2 on a PII400, 512MB RAM, on a SCSI 10K
> > HDD, with no load whatsoever. It's a test machine only running MySQL.
> > 
> > Thanks,
> > JES

sql-benchJuanE6 Oct
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