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Let he who is without proprietary features cast the first stone

If the recent debate about open core licensing has proven one thing, it is that the issue of combining proprietary and open source code continues to be a controversial one.

It ought to be simple: either the software meets the Open Source Definition or it does not. But it is not always easy to tell what license is being used, and in the case of software being delivered as a service, does it matter anyway?

The ability to deliver software as a hosted service enables some companies that are claimed to be 100% open source to offer customers software for which the source code is not available. Coincidentally, James Dixon has this week highlighted one …

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451 CAOS Links 2010.02.02

Oracle’s plans for Sun’s OSS. The UK’s updated OSS strategy. And more.

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“Tracking the open source news wires, so you don’t have to.”

Oracle’s plans for Sun’s OSS
# Oracle’s MySQL strategy slide.

# eWeek reported that database thought leaders are divided on Oracle MySQL.

# Savio Rodrigues and Computerworld on Oracle’s plans for MySQL, other open source assets.

# Zack Urlocker is leaving Oracle/Sun/MySQL.

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Building MySQL 5.1.28 on Opensolaris using Sun Studio compilers

Want to use Dtrace or ZFS but are unfamiliar with building MySQL on Solaris? Dont panic, its never been easier. Here are the steps that worked for me.

  1. Install OpenSolaris using the latest development ISO file
  2. Install developer tools
    pfexec pkg install ss-dev
    
  3. Download 5.1.28rc source
  4. Build it
    export CC=/opt/SunStudioExpress/bin/cc
    export CXX=/opt/SunStudioExpress/bin/CC
    export CFLAGS="-xO3" #Your fav compiler flags go here 
    export CXXFLAGS="-xO3"
    
    ./configure --with-plugins=innobase,myisam --with-mysqld-libs=-lmtmalloc
    gmake 
    

Yes, it is that simple. Of course you could just download the binaries and use them too; they work just fine.

Building MySQL 5.1.28 on Opensolaris using Sun Studio compilers

Want to use Dtrace or ZFS but are unfamiliar with building MySQL on Solaris? Dont panic, its never been easier. Here are the steps that worked for me.

  1. Install OpenSolaris using the latest development ISO file
  2. Install developer tools
    pfexec pkg install ss-dev
    
  3. Download 5.1.28rc source
  4. Build it
    export CC=/opt/SunStudioExpress/bin/cc
    export CXX=/opt/SunStudioExpress/bin/CC
    export CFLAGS="-xO3" #Your fav compiler flags go here 
    export CXXFLAGS="-xO3"
    
    ./configure --with-plugins=innobase,myisam --with-mysqld-libs=-lmtmalloc
    gmake 
    

Yes, it is that simple. Of course you could just download the binaries and use them too; they work just fine.

Building MySQL 5.1.28 on Opensolaris using Sun Studio compilers

Want to use Dtrace or ZFS but are unfamiliar with building MySQL on Solaris? Dont panic, its never been easier. Here are the steps that worked for me.

  1. Install OpenSolaris using the latest development ISO file
  2. Install developer tools
    pfexec pkg install ss-dev
    
  3. Download 5.1.28rc source
  4. Build it
    export CC=/opt/SunStudioExpress/bin/cc
    export CXX=/opt/SunStudioExpress/bin/CC
    export CFLAGS="-xO3" #Your fav compiler flags go here 
    export CXXFLAGS="-xO3"
    
    ./configure --with-plugins=innobase,myisam --with-mysqld-libs=-lmtmalloc
    gmake 
    

Yes, it is that simple. Of course you could just download the binaries and use them too; they work just fine.

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