Infobright Installation Using a Source Distribution(Infobright README):使用源码安装Infobright

下面英文内容是Infobright源码包中的README文件,详细讲述了Infobright使用源码安装要点和步骤。某在公司服务上安装的步骤也借鉴于此,安装过程步骤见我的上一篇博客:

源码编译安装Infobright(Bright House):http://mdba.cn/?p=15
Infobright Installation Using a Source Distribution
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* Menu:

* Source Installation Overview
* Dealing with Problems Compiling Infobright

You need the following tools to build and install MySQL and Infobright from source:

* A working gcc compiler (recomended version is 4.2.x).
* Properly installed autoconf and other gnu tools such as aclocal, autoheader, libtool(1.5.22), automake,
autoconf (2.59), autoreconf (2.59), make (3.81), m4 – macro preprocessor(1.4.5), libncurses5, libncurses5-dev, zlib,
zlib-devel, perl, bison etc.
* boost 1.42 or higher (required boost-regex*, boost-program-options*,
boost_thread*, boost_filesystem*, boost_system*). In Infobright we compile boost using the following steps
– download boost 1.42 and unpack it
– cd to unpacked folder
– ./bootstrap.sh –prefix=/usr/local/boost_1_42_0
– ./bjam install
– export BOOST_ROOT=/usr/local/boost_1_42_0

Source Installation Overview
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The basic commands that you must execute to compile and install a MySQL and Infobright source
distribution are:

shell> groupadd mysql
shell> useradd -g mysql mysql

# To compile and install MySQL and Infobright server and client tools
shell> cd infobright-version
shell> make EDITION=community release
shell> make EDITION=community install-release

# Setting config file and brighthouse.ini file.
shell> cp src/build/pkgmt/my-ib.cnf /etc/

Note: You can customize /etc/my-ib.cnf file by changing port, socket etc.
If you are compiling on a 32 bit system, you need to rename brighthouse.ini.32bit
(can be found in package dir /usr/local/infobright/share/mysql/ etc.) to brighthouse.ini.
The existing brighthouse.ini is configured with higher memory settings suitable
for a 64 bit system.

shell> cd /usr/local/infobright
shell> bin/mysql_install_db –defaults-file=/etc/my-ib.cnf –user=mysql
shell> chown -R root .
shell> chown -R mysql var cache
shell> chgrp -R mysql .
shell> `pwd`/libexec/mysqld –defaults-file=/etc/my-ib.cnf –user=mysql

A more detailed version of the preceding description for installing
MySQL and Infobright from a source distribution follows:

1. Add a login user and group for `mysqld’ to run as:

shell> groupadd mysql
shell> useradd -g mysql mysql

These commands add the `mysql’ group and the `mysql’ user. The
syntax for `useradd’ and `groupadd’ may differ slightly on
different versions of Unix, or they may have different names such
as `adduser’ and `addgroup’.

You might want to call the user and group something else instead
of `mysql’. If so, substitute the appropriate name in the
following steps.

2. Pick the directory under which you want to unpack the distribution
and change location into it.

3. Unpack the distribution into the current directory:

shell> gunzip < /PATH/TO/infobright-version-src.tar.gz | tar xvf – This command creates a directory named infobright-version-src. 4. Configure, compile and install MySQL and Infobright source code using the following commands: shell> cd infobright-version
shell> make EDITION=community release
shell> make EDITION=community install-release

# Setting config file and brighthouse.ini file.
shell> cp vendor/mysql/support-files/my-ib.cnf /etc/

5. Change location into the installation directory:

shell> cd /usr/local/infobright

6. If you haven’t installed MySQL before, you must create the MySQL
grant tables:

shell> bin/mysql_install_db –defaults-file=/etc/my-ib.cnf –user=mysql

If you run the command as `root’, you should use the `–user’
option as shown. The value of the option should be the name of the
login account that you created in the first step to use for
running the server. If you run the command while logged in as that
user, you can omit the `–user’ option.

After using `mysql_install_db’ to create the grant tables for
MySQL, you must restart the server manually. The `mysqld_safe’
command to do this is shown in a later step.

shell> bin/mysql_install_db –defaults-file=/etc/my-ib.cnf –user=mysql

7. Change the ownership of program binaries to `root’ and ownership
of the data directory to the user that you run `mysqld’ as.
Assuming that you are located in the installation directory
(`/usr/local/infobright’), the commands look like this:

shell> chown -R root .
shell> chown -R mysql var cache
shell> chgrp -R mysql .

The first command changes the owner attribute of the files to the
`root’ user. The second changes the owner attribute of the data
directory to the `mysql’ user. The third changes the group
attribute to the `mysql’ group.

8. After everything has been installed, you should test your distribution.
To start the server, use the following command:

shell> cd /usr/local/infobright
shell> `pwd`/libexec/mysqld –defaults-file=/etc/my-ib.cnf –user=mysql

9. To run the client:
shell> cd /usr/local/infobright
shell> bin/mysql –defaults-file=/etc/my-ib.cnf -uroot

If that command fails immediately and prints `mysqld ended’, you can
find some information in the `HOST_NAME.err’ file in the var directory.

Dealing with Problems Compiling Infobright
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If you use GNU make 3.81, it might generate warning messages
“-jN forced in submake: disabling jobserver mode”. Please ignore such warnings.
Make sure sytem OS and processor are supported by Infobright. Also make sure that
all the packages mentioned on top of the page are properly installed.

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