Commit 2c16fae7 authored by Pawel Sznajder's avatar Pawel Sznajder
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cosmetics before release + add mysql workbench file for future ref./mod.

parent 4b9b0cf8
......@@ -12,6 +12,7 @@ qt:
smfl:
eigen3:
cln:
gsl:
elementary-utils:
numa:
partons:
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partons:
......@@ -14,13 +14,14 @@ environment.configuration.file.path = /path/to/environment_configuration.dat
grid.directory = ../partons/data/grid/
# Validation scheme used by XML parser
xml.schema.file.path = ../partons/data/xmlSchema.xsd
xml.schema.file.path = data/xmlSchema.xsd
# DATABASE #
# Database connection definition (for more information see our tutorial explaining the database usage)
database.production.type = MYSQL
database.production.url = localhost
database.production.port = 3306
database.production.dbname = partons
database.production.user = partons
database.production.passwd = partons
......@@ -39,4 +40,4 @@ computation.nb.processor = 1
# Maximum size of batch for a given type (in one task several batches may be run in separate threads)
gpd.service.batch.size = 10000
ccf.service.batch.size = 1000
observable.service.batch.size = 1000
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observable.service.batch.size = 1000
......@@ -16,9 +16,7 @@ The virtual access infrastructure 3DPartons has received funding from the Europe
# Get PARTONS {#mainpage_get}
Here you can learn how to get your own version of %PARTONS. We offer two ways:
* You can use our provided virtual machine with an out-of-the-box %PARTONS runtime and development environment. This is the easiest way to start your experience with %PARTONS.
* You can also build %PARTONS by your own on <!-- either --> GNU/Linux<!-- or Mac OS X -->. This is useful if you want to have %PARTONS on your computer without using the virtualization technology or if you want to use %PARTONS on computing farms.
Here you can learn how to get your own version of %PARTONS. We offer two ways. You can use our provided virtual machine with an out-of-the-box %PARTONS runtime and development environment. This is the easiest way to start your experience with %PARTONS. Alternatively, you can also build %PARTONS by your own on <!-- either --> GNU/Linux<!-- or Mac OS X -->. This is useful if you want to have %PARTONS on your computer without using the virtualization technology or if you want to use %PARTONS on computing farms.
* [Download page](@ref download).
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# Database design # {#database_design_graph}
![Database design](../images/database_design_common.png "Database design of tables used by all layers")
<img src='../images/database_design_all.png' alt='Database design of tables used by all layers' style='max-width:100%; height:auto; margin:0pt' />
......@@ -15,7 +15,7 @@ This tutorial is for building %PARTONS on Linux. It describes the procedure for
%All the external libraries should be available through the package manager:
```sh
sudo apt-get install libeigen3-dev libcln-dev libsfml-dev libqt4-dev libqt4-sql-mysql
sudo apt-get install libeigen3-dev libcln-dev libsfml-dev libqt4-dev libqt4-sql-mysql libgsl-dev
```
You can use any of your favorite dpkg front-ends (apt, aptitude, apt-get...), but be sure that it installs the recommended packages as dependencies. On Debian, you might want to use `su` to switch to `root` first, instead of using `sudo` directly from your current user. For an old Debian, it might be necessary to build libraries from their sources, as *e.g.* the version of SFML from Debian Wheezy does not work.
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