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Aaron G 2013-06-05, 18:08
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Re: native vs bin RPMs
The native one depends on the bin one. The bin one is a noarch RPM
that contains java binaries, scripts, etc., and the native one is an
arch-dependent (x86_64, actually) package of the native libraries
(compiled JNI/C++ code) that help with performance and installs on top
of the bin package's installation directory.

Some of this, we hope to improve in the future (see ACCUMULO-210).

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On Wed, Jun 5, 2013 at 2:08 PM, Aaron G <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> For 1.5, was curious what exactly the differences are between these two RPMs?
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