idx-tsunami on Windows XP?
Thu Oct 6 10:32:34 CEST 2005
oops, looking through the repos documentation I see Tsunami is the one
thing not supported on windows. :(
I think it actually will make most sense for me to get linux running
on the vmware. one reason being that I've been having a running vmware
battle with our IT support division and this will help me to get all
sorts of necessary upgrades as a matter of necessity.
On 10/6/05, bryan rasmussen <rasmussen.bryan@REDACTED> wrote:
> reading through some stuff on Repos I got the understanding that it
> includes Tsunami, is that then a subset of IDX-Tsunami? As Repos is
> supposed to work under Windows then it should work as well.
> No matter what I do I will have to get it to work under VMWare, given
> that the organization I work for has a requirement for everything not
> in the standard work package be installed under VMWare.
> On 10/5/05, Mickael Remond <mickael.remond@REDACTED> wrote:
> > bryan rasmussen wrote:
> > > > has anybody tested IDX-Tsunami on Windows XP? If so what have your
> > > > experiences been, any quick installation pointers?
> > > >
> > > > Am wondering if it would make more sense for me to try to put linux
> > > > under my vmware or to proceed with trying to install on my vmware
> > > > windows. Would prefer to not have to install linux first as my last
> > > > linux install under my current vmware did not go too well.
> > Hello,
> > We did not at all try to make Tsunami work under Windows. We think about
> > starting to "port" it slowly, but it has some dependancies so will not
> > make simple and quick. For example, it use the slave module to start
> > distant node for clustering benchmark. This is not working on Windows,
> > from what I understand.
> > If we put clustering apart, this will be a little bit easier.
> > I have a collegue that has set-up a VMWare to do its benchmarking. His
> > feedback is that it work well. Better than other tools, without the
> > VMWare layer.
> > Please, let me know if we can help you getting started.
> > Cheers,
> > --
> > Mickaël Rémond
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