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> > The release I'm running is cvsnt-2.5.04.3236-sol9-sparc64. > > In PServer, I have: > > AuditDatabaseType=mssql MSSQL is supported only on windows. > In fact, there are no files in > /usr/local/lib/sparcv9/cvsnt/database ... are > no databases supported in the open source release? Only the ones that someone has contributed patches for or have paid via commercial support. I believe there are several in the 32 bit solaris builds (these run fine on 64 bit solaris). > Must I purchase CVSNT in order to get audit support? > I believe the only databases paid support provide on Solaris Sparc x64 are SQLite and Oracle (but e-mail sales at march-hare.com to be sure). Similarly our first non-Windows platform for EVS is likely to be Solaris 10/Sparc and Oracle 10... Basically the short answer is that when a customer pays for Solaris Sparc support and requests MySQL or Oracle or whatever we then get that working and the whole community benefits. Equally if someone in the community has lots of time or expertise they get it working themselves and contribute it. This is the basic freedom that free software gives people: the freedom of having the source code and the freedom to modify it (the freedom to contribute). Regards, Arthur Barrett