Second, reference system: Ubuntu Linux LTS 12.04.x
32bit 64bit (see this comment).
Third, [NEW] installation:
Done. It’s that simple now 😎
If it fails to compile, see THIS comment.
If you still do not succeed see THIS comment.
With recent version of Ubuntu (14.04 and 16.04) you might need to downgrade Bison, see THIS comment.
- install needed packages:
- create a directory, then download software to compile:
- compile mysql-proxy:
- build CryptDB on MySQL:
- Build CryptDB:
- now, it’s time to read
cryptdb/doc/README, enjoy! 😉
NOTE1: you should create a user
mysql to run DBMS for security reasons:
sudo groupadd mysql
sudo useradd -r -g mysql mysql
NOTE2: be very careful on each step and you wont fail.
I will not present functionalities here; it will be just a really brief benchmark.
- Hard Disk OCZ-AGILITY3 240 GB, firmware 1.15
- Graphics NVIDIA GeForce 9400M 256 MB
- Memory 8 GB 1333 MHz DDR3
- Processor 2.26 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo
- MacBook Pro 13-inch, mid 2009
- Hosts: Mac OS X Lion 10.7.4 (Parallels 7, Fusion 5), Mac OS X Mavericks 10.9.4 (Fusion 5, Fusion 6), Mac OS X Yosemite 10.10.4 (Fusion 6, Fusion 7)
- Guest: Windows 7
- VMs have 2,5 GB RAM allocated
- VMs have 1 CPU allocated
- Parallels was tested when disk was new, while Fusion with half of the space occupied
- Parallels VM has optimize Windows performance on
- Fusion VM has disk buffering disabled
- Fusion 5.0.5, Fusion 6.0.4, and Fusion 7.1.2 were tested with Windows Aero OFF
|Component||Parallels 7.15106||Fusion 5.0.[1-3]||Fusion 5.0.5||Fusion 6.0.4||Fusion 7.1.2|
|Primary hard disk:||7.2||7.7||7.4||7.4||7.4|
NOTE1: Fusion 5 seems to start and stop a bit slower than Parallels 7. Fusion 6 doesn’t improve, but SSD might be slower after this time than it was originally.
NOTE2: disabling Aero drastically improve Graphics performance, so do it!
NOTE3: Fusion 6 improve 3D Graphics performance over Fusion 5, but just slightly, so it is not worth an update. IMHO.
NOTE4: the combination of Mac OS X Yosemite and Fusion 7 has poor graphics performance. It is actually a big regression. I think Apple is to blame here.