MariaDB

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dev-db/mariadb


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http://mariadb.org/

Summary: An enhanced, drop-in replacement for MySQL

Use Flags

cluster
Add support for NDB clustering (deprecated)
community
Enables the community features from upstream.
embedded
Build embedded server (libmysqld)
extraengine
Add support for alternative storage engines (Archive, CSV, Blackhole, Federated(X), Partition)
jemalloc
Use dev-libs/jemalloc for allocations.
latin1
Use LATIN1 encoding instead of UTF8
max-idx-128
Raise the max index per table limit from 64 to 128
minimal
Install client programs only, no server
oqgraph
Add support for the Open Query GRAPH engine
profiling
Add support for statement profiling (requires USE=community).
systemtap
Build support for profiling and tracing using dev-util/systemtap
sphinx
Add suport for the sphinx full-text search engine
test
Install upstream testsuites for end use.
tokudb
Add support for TokuDB storage engine

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MariaDB

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MariaDB is a drop in replacement for MySQL.

Mariadb's executable is /usr/bin/mysql

Mariadb's init script is /etc/init.d/mysql

Installation

# emerge dev-db/mariadb


First Run & Lock Down

Mariadb requires configuration upon instillation.

To deploy Mariadb:

# emerge --config dev-db/mariadb


# rc-service mysql restart
# mysql_secure_installation


see: Package:MySQL