Hi everyone, As you may be aware, there has not been a HailDB release for several years now, the last one being 2.3.2 in 2011. Since then, many things have changed. InnoDB has come a long way, and quite simply, I have not had the time to put into HailDB to update the InnoDB on […]
We’ve just released HailDB 2.3.2! It brings the following improvements: Using doxygen to generate API documentation (available for download) API for forcing table statistics update now available Index Statistics API available various bug fixes We’re still calling 2.3 a development series, although it is incredibly solid. Download Source Tarball You can also grab a PDF […]
I’ve just uploaded some doxygen generated API documentation for HailDB. It’s based on the current development tree (2.3.2-cairo). It includes a bit on the new APIs introduced in HailDB over embedded_innodb. See HTML, or PDF.
We have a new developer release of HailDB out! This is in the 2.3 series, named ‘athens’. It brings a number of new things to HailDB: When hitting a constraint violation (duplicate key), HailDB returns which key was violated for more sensible error messages. HailDB provides an API to table statistics HailDB now properly registered […]
We’ve just released the 2.2.0 release! It was announced first on the Drizzle Blog last night. It’s a minor release, with some bug fixes since 2.1.0. Head on over to the 2.2 page on launchpad to grab the source tarball. We now continue work on the next release, which will have several new features along […]
HailDB source tarball, version 2.1.0 has been released. NOTE: This release was delayed slightly to resolve some last-minute build issues. In this release: ib_status_get_all – like ib_cfg_get_all (which gets a list of all configuration names available to get/set), but for status variables updated pandora-build to 0.141 removed UNIV_STATIC, which is no longer used in the […]
In the haildb-core PPA over on launchpad. Thanks to Monty Taylor for packaging.
Over at the Drizzle Wiki, there are instructions on how to add the Unofficial Fedora/RHEL repository to your installation and then you can install the HailDB package. We hope to at some point soon also submit it to the official repository. We’ll also have debs for Debian and Ubuntu shortly.
We’ve made our first HailDB release! We’ve decided to make this a very conservative release. Fixing some minor bugs, getting a lot of compiler warnings fixed and start to make the name change in the source from Embedded InnoDB to HailDB. Migrating your software to use HailDB is really simple. In fact, for this release, […]