Subject: Re: MySQL Running as Ingres
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Kimmo Suominen <email@example.com>
Date: 08/09/1998 17:44:29
firstname.lastname@example.org (Tim Rightnour) writes:
| On 07-Aug-98 Curt Sampson spoke unto us all:
| # Yes. Also, I'm not sure that the databases themselves should go in
| # /var; it's the sort of thing that can get quite large (which on
| # many systems /var isn't sized to handle), and they certainly don't
| # fall into the category of `log, temporary, transient and spool
| # files.' What about under /usr/pkg/mysql?
| How about /usr/pkg/share?
I would rather like to keep /usr/pkg shareable(*) by all machines.
A database to me would be a per machine file. Especially with large
databases it would be a waste of space to duplicate them.
[(*) I rdist /usr/pkg around, i.e. multiple copies. It is also a saver
when your old config file gets overwritten when upgrading a package.]