Update 3 June 2008: We have removed the builds below, since they are quite obsolete and no one has posted comments about them since more than a year ago.
Great news are MySQL finally released new Community release – MySQL 5.0.33, which however as promised comes without Binaries.
This version also does not have any community patches yet, coming of the same tree as MySQL Enterprise.
To help those who would like to use MySQL Community version but does not like to build binaries we decided to publish our build for MySQL 5.0.33 Community release.
This build was done using “Generic Linux RPM” spec file on CentOS 4.4 (RHEL compatible) x86_64
We added one more RPM to stantard MySQL RPMs – MySQL-microslow-5.0.33-0.glibc23.x86_64.rpm
This package contains mysqld-microslow binary, the server built with our microslow patch, which enables microsecound in slow-log.
More info about the patch
Also we propose Linux (AMD64 / Intel EM64T) binaries in tar.gz archive
The archive contains both mysqld and mysqld-microslow binaries.
Source tar.gz with microslow patch
The patch by itself
We are waiting for your response if our binaries are helpful and if we should make binaries for other platforms / Linux distributions or if you would like to help us doing builds.
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