MySQL 4.0 for OS/2 (and eComStation) released
November 28, 2004 by admin
MySQL 4.0.18 for OS/2 is now available for public download:
The MySQL database server is the world's most widely used open source database. Its ingenious software
architecture makes it extremely fast and easy to customize. MySQL is available for free under the GNU General
Public Licence (GPL).
MySQL is provided by MySQL AB.
NOTE this code has been previously released for private test to mysql-os2 members: if you are already running that
code, you don't need to upgrade.
If you upgrade from 3.x, please read the manual for table updates.
Binaries can be moved everywhere.
InnoDB database engine is included.
Enabled usage of high memory arena for memory allocation.
Binaries are compiled for Pentium processor (or higher), code is tuned for Pentium III
processors (or higher).
File support for 64bit access (>2GB databases).
- OS/2 Warp 3 with FP ?? or later,
OS/2 Warp 4 with FP ?? or later,
OS/2 Warp Server for e-Business,
- TCPIP 4.x installed (requires 32-bit tcpip stack)
- WarpIN installer 1.0.2 (ftp://ftp.netlabs.org/pub/warpin/warpin-1-0-2.exe)
- Pentium (or higher) processor is required (no 386/486)
Please subscribe to mysql-os2 at www.yahoogroups.com to get in contact
with other users using this port.
Since this software is ported for free, donations are welcome! you can use PayPal
to donate me and support OS/2 developement.
You can get also an extended support, which is not free and subject to