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Re: Bundle more relevant cnf files in MariaDB package
Why a .sh file? This is not cross-platform (if I understand).
On Wed, Mar 30, 2011 at 19:51, Haidong Ji <haidong.ji@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi Monty,
> > Haidong, if you can create a set of files to replace the current ones,
> > we can quickly get them review and add this to the MariaDB distribution.
> Yes, I've created a set of files. Please look over. I did use sample
> files from
> as template with slight modification (replication stuff removal,
> sync_log 1, and XA line removal). I can initiate discussion with the
> author to ask for permission and express appreciation. I came up
> my-sample.cnf.sh myself.
> Once I get your blessing or the blessing from people you designate, I
> will push for a merge.
> 5 files are attached:
> One is a generic my-sample.cnf.sh file.
> The other 4 are my-small.cnf.sh, my-medium.cnf.sh, my-large.cnf.sh,
> and my-huge.cnf.sh. Definition of small, medium, large, and huge can
> be arbitrary, so I made a decision:
> small: minimum of 4G memory
> medium: minimum of 16G memory
> large: minimum of 64G memory
> huge: minimum of 128G memory
> Now, one can argue the definition, but at this stage, I am tired of
> it. If I were benevolent dictator of the universe, I would just use
> the attached single, minimalist my-sample.cnf.sh.
> For my-sample.cnf.sh, I've gone through the build, compile, and
> testing phase, and can tell you it works.
> Let me know what you think.
> Haidong Ji
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