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Re: Any update on LMDB support for OpenBSD?
Howard, find three followup Q:s below (3-5), thanks
On 2016-06-13 05:07, Howard Chu wrote:
Any plan on making LMDB work on OpenBSD?
Not sure what action you're expecting from us. Theo made it quite
clear that OpenBSD does not and will not have a unified buffer cache.
1) I did not read that anywhere. I guess it's waiting to be solved, just
like >4GB buffer cache support.
OpenBSD should deliver LMDB in the MDB_WRITEMAP mode.
Fine, let OpenBSD do that. Along with release notes saying that
OpenBSD's port of LMDB doesn't provide any protection from stray
That is perfect for now.
$ git clone https://github.com/LMDB/lmdb
$ cd lmdb/libraries/liblmdb
It does build on OpenBSD.
Should liblmdb.so work perfectly out of the box (as long as I stick to
I.e. this is with your blessing.
The only OpenBSD-specific behavior that could be relevant, then, would
be to "disable" MDB_RDONLY by forcing MDB_WRITEMAP on the platform for
Should the tests work out of the box?
(At least some effort has been done e.g.
The repos on gitlab.com are corrupted and have been abandoned. The
only official repo is on openldap.org.