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Old 23rd May 2008
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Default How to compile MySQL in FreeBSD 7?

I read on MySQL's pages that MySQL/x86 compiled by ICC gives 20-30% better performance than the one compiled by GCC. Unfortunately the binaries they provide are Linux only.

How can I compile MySQL using Intel C compiler on FreeBSD 7? Is there any tutorial/ script etc that I can use?

I don't have much experience with Intel compiler. Does ICC expire after the trial period? or is there a free version for single user?

Thanks in advance!
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