About a month or so ago, I noticed a recurring pattern in my daily MySQL builds (note: I stopped doing MySQL 3.23 builds roughly 3 months back).
jzawodn@museful:~/cvs/mysql$ ./build cleaning mysql-4.0 ver is 4.0.18 tar is mysql-4.0.18-museful-2003-12-30.tar.gz removing old version in /tmp/mysql building 4.0.18 /tmp/mysql ~/cvs/mysql/mysql-4.0 ~/cvs/mysql ~/cvs/mysql/mysql-4.0 ~/cvs/mysql build 4.0.18 OK ~/cvs/mysql/mysql-4.1 ~/cvs/mysql cleaning mysql-4.1 ver is 4.1.2-alpha tar is mysql-4.1.2-alpha-museful-2003-12-30.tar.gz removing old version in /tmp/mysql building 4.1.2-alpha /tmp/mysql ~/cvs/mysql/mysql-4.1 ~/cvs/mysql ~/cvs/mysql/mysql-4.1 ~/cvs/mysql build 4.1.2-alpha OK ~/cvs/mysql/mysql-5.0 ~/cvs/mysql cleaning mysql-5.0 ver is 5.0.0-alpha tar is mysql-5.0.0-alpha-museful-2003-12-30.tar.gz removing old version in /tmp/mysql building 5.0.0-alpha /tmp/mysql ~/cvs/mysql/mysql-5.0 ~/cvs/mysql ~/cvs/mysql/mysql-5.0 ~/cvs/mysql build 5.0.0-alpha OK
Do you see the pattern? I do. Everything works. It says "OK" every time now. For a while I had trouble with the 4.1 tree breaking now and then. 5.0 acted up for quite a long time. Sometimes only on FreeBSD or Linux. But not everything comes up clean every time on both FreeBSD and Linux.
Kick ass! Life is good.
Posted by jzawodn at December 30, 2003 02:12 PM