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Re: 686 optimized libc6

"Yildiz, Murat" <murat.yildiz@atosorigin.com> writes:

> I need a 686 optimized glibc in order to get work a Database Server.

Why do you think that?  Conventional wisdom is that, with a couple of
exceptions (notably computationally intensive applications like linear
algebra and cryptography libraries), processor-specific optimizations
don't gain you a whole lot.  I certainly can't see a particular piece
of software having a hard dependency on a glibc compiled for a very
specific architecture, given the variety of Linux distributions out

There are also perfectly good database servers in Debian that you can
install using the normal packaging tools (like PostgreSQL and MySQL).
I bet you really mean "Oracle", though; you might try applying Google
to the problem, since I think other people have tried to do this

David Maze         dmaze@debian.org      http://people.debian.org/~dmaze/
"Theoretical politics is interesting.  Politicking should be illegal."
	-- Abra Mitchell

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