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README

1Drizzle
2-------
3
4A Lightweight SQL Database for Cloud and Web
5
6WWW: http://www.drizzle.org
7IRC: #drizzle on FreeNode
8Mailing-list: https://launchpad.net/~drizzle-discuss
9
10
11Drizzle is a community-driven open source project that is forked from the 
12popular MySQL database.  
13
14The Drizzle team has removed non-essential code, re-factored the remaining code 
15and modernized the code base moving to C++.
16
17Charter
18 * A database optimized for Cloud infrastructure and Web applications
19 * Design for massive concurrency on modern multi-cpu architecture
20 * Optimize memory for increased performance and parallelism
21 * Open source, open community, open design
22
23Scope
24 * Re-designed modular architecture providing plugins with defined APIs
25 * Simple design for ease of use and administration
26 * Reliable, ACID transactional
27
28
29Documentation and support
30-------------------------
31
32Documentation on building, installing and using Drizzle is available at
33http://docs.drizzle.org/
34
35If the documentation doesn't answer your questions, please use
36 - IRC
37 - mailing list
38 - https://answers.launchpad.net/drizzle
39...for community support.
40
41Commercial troubleshooting and 24/7 production support is available from a few
42vendors at http://www.drizzle.org/content/support-and-services
43
44
45Compiling from source
46---------------------
47
48### Installing library dependencies:
49# The easiest and recommended way is to use your package manager to install
50# all build dependencies for the drizzle package. This will always
51# install an up to date list of dependencies.
52# If drizzle is not yet included in your distribution, then please configure
53# your package manager to use these Drizzle repositories:
54#  DEB: http://docs.drizzle.org/installing/ubuntu.html
55#  RPM: http://docs.drizzle.org/installing/redhat.html
56
57
58# Then start the build process with executing
59sudo apt-get build-dep drizzle
60# or
61yum-builddep drizzle
62
63### Compiling:
64# If you got the source from bzr, run:
65./config/autorun.sh
66# The following steps are the same regardless of where you got the source
67./configure --prefix=${HOME}/builds/drizzle && 
68make &&
69make test ||
70echo "FAIL $?"
71
72More information on compiling can be found at:
73http://docs.drizzle.org/installing/from_source.html
74
75### Running Drizzle:
76# be sure you configured with a prefix before running make install
77make install
78cd ${HOME}/builds/drizzle
79./sbin/drizzled --no-defaults --mysql-protocol.port=3306 \
80     --basedir=$PWD --datadir=$PWD/var \
81     >> $PWD/var/drizzle.err 2>&1 &
82
83# See also:
84# http://docs.drizzle.org/installing/from_source.html#dependencies
85# http://wiki.drizzle.org/Starting_drizzled
86# http://docs.drizzle.org/contributing/introduction.html
87
88
89Cheers!
90  - The Drizzle team