Currently GT.M on Solaris (SPARC) which is closed source. I have the Open Source Linux x86 version running on Solaris Nevada (i.e. Open Solaris). After building a Centos 3.8 brandz zone, I just compiled and installed icu, and then ran the Linux version of GT.M V5.2-000. After this I was able to clone the brandz zone and setup a test database on the same machine. I would not run a bank on this setup, but it does make a nice test environment.
I am also close to porting the source of GT.M to Solaris x86 if anybody is interested.
Brandz Url: http://www.opensolaris.org/os/community/brandz
Cool. Thanks for the information, Doug.
Did you manage to port to Solaris x86 ?
> Did you manage to port to Solaris x86 ?
I now work for Fidelity as a contractor, so I stopped doing the Solaris x86 port when I signed the NDA :(
For me to release any code I would have to get sign off within the company before I could make it public. If there is interest (especially within Fidelity), I could find out what procedures I need to follow and continue on the Solaris x86 port.
Please contact me offline at ks dot bhaskar at fnis dot com.
I know it's been a while since this was brought up, but has anyone else picked up the development of GT.M for Solaris x86? I'm not a programmer I'm a UNIX admin, and we are currently using GT.M on Linux, but only because we have too ^_^
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