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Re: Sphinx Storage engine for MariaDB
On Aug 16, Michael Widenius wrote:
> >>>>> "Sergei" == Sergei Golubchik <sergii@xxxxxxxxx> writes:
> >> We can't do this with the plugins, as we don't know for an old
> >> installation what plugins the user wanted to install.
> > All of them, of course.
> > If all plugins will be compiled in - they'll be all installed.
> > Installing them all in mysql_fix_privilege_tables will produce basically
> > the same effect.
> This doesn't work as we don't know which plugins that should be
> installed for an old installation.
> For an old installation, an user may already decided that some plugins
> should be installed and others should not. Adding things that he
> doesn't want in mysql_fix_privilege_tables is not an option.
> Another thing is that he may have used the source installation himself
> and compiled things into the source. In this case switching to a our
> distribution where things needs to be loaded would cause extra work
> for him.
I don't understand what you're talking about.
How could installing everything via mysql.plugin be worse than
installing everything by compiling everything in ?
Can you come up with an example of an "old installation" where
installing plugins from mysql_fix_privilege_tables is "not an option" ?
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