It is now easier to evaluate if your application will work with TiDB.
DBdeployer 1.19.0 now supports installing the
Internally it uses
For those of you unfamiliar with TiDB’s architecture, see this manual page.
Using daily tarballs built from TiDB’s master branch*:
# Mac OS X curl -O https://download.pingcap.org/tidb-master-darwin-amd64.tar.gz dbdeployer unpack tidb-master-darwin-amd64.tar.gz --unpack-version=3.0.0 dbdeployer deploy single 3.0.0 --client-from=5.7.25 # Linux wget https://download.pingcap.org/tidb-master-linux-amd64.tar.gz dbdeployer unpack tidb-master-linux-amd64.tar.gz --unpack-version=3.0.0 dbdeployer deploy single 3.0.0 --client-from=5.7.25
- The –unpack-version is required because these are builds from master branch, which are currently unversioned. When TiDB 3.0 is released, I will update with examples on stable packages.
- The –client-from option is required because TiDB does not ship with client libraries. I am omitting a step, which is that you will first need to download and install a MySQL 5.7.25 sandbox as in the example shown.
Thank you to Giuseppe Maxia for building and maintaining
I recommend product vendors work closer with package maintainers. Adding