In the last episode (Sep 19), Aliya Harbouri said:
> > > (1) Turn OFF use of BDB completely.  The build seems to default
> > > to the bundled BDB
> >
> > Mysql 5.0's configure script doesn't seem to have a --without-bdb
> > flag, so it always gets built.
> 
> > > (2) Use the Port install of BDB v46 I mentioned above.
> >
> > It does have a --with-berkeley-db=DIR flag, so you could add that
> > to CONFIGURE_ARGS to force an external bdb to be used instead of
> > the one bundled with mysql.  Note that the bdb engine has been
> > removed from mysql 5.1, so you should think about moving any bdb
> > tables you might already have to innodb.  Development on the bdb
> > engine pretty much stopped once innodb was available.
> 
> Gotcha!
> 
> So, If I'm going to use the Port & make changes anyway, since,
> 
>  grep berkeley-db Makefile
>    CONFIGURE_ARGS+=--enable-assembler --with-berkeley-db
> 
> I suppose I might as well just do
> 
>  vi Makefile
> 
>   .if ${ARCH} == "i386"
> -  CONFIGURE_ARGS+=--enable-assembler --with-berkeley-db
> +  CONFIGURE_ARGS+=--enable-assembler --without-berkeley-db
>   .endif

I just tried it and it looks like that does disable bdb.  I never
noticed that line in the Makefile before :)

> I know about the BDB-engine removal, too.  Funny that this Port
> doesn't give you that option.
> 
> Thanks a lot!
> 
> Ali

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        Dan Nelson
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