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* MB_MySQL is available from [http://www.chancemedia.com/MB_MySQL/ http://www.chancemedia.com/MB_MySQL/]
 
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* The MB_MySQL manual can be viewed online at [http://www.chancemedia.com/MB_MySQL/manual.html http://www.chancemedia.com/MB_MySQL/manual.html]
 
* A fork of MB_MySQL with an updated schema (since the 5-24-09 server release) is available at: [http://github.com/bts/mb_mysql http://github.com/bts/mb_mysql]
 
* A fork of MB_MySQL with an updated schema (since the 5-24-09 server release) is available at: [http://github.com/bts/mb_mysql http://github.com/bts/mb_mysql]
* The manual can be viewed online at [http://www.chancemedia.com/MB_MySQL/manual.html http://www.chancemedia.com/MB_MySQL/manual.html]
 
  
 
==Developer==
 
==Developer==

Revision as of 17:55, 5 October 2009

About

The MusicBrainz database is written in PostgreSQL. MusicBrainzMySQL allows any user to very easily setup a mirror of the MusicBrainz database using MySQL, complete with replications.

General Requirements

MusicBrainzMySQL (MB_MySQL) is very portable and easy to setup on any unix based system that has MySQL and Perl installed. Windows MySQL is not supported due to its lack of support for InnoDB.

For the full list of instructions, see the manual

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Developer

Any problems/questions/ideas, please email them to me, Elliot (chancey)


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