Welcome to Mimer SQL. This document describes how to install and set-up Mimer SQL on Linux. To get the most out of this document, you should be familiar with your Linux environment and know how to use the various Linux system tools.
Mimer SQL provides small footprint, scalable and robust relational database solutions that conform to international ISO SQL standards. It is very well suited for high performance mission critical systems as well as for mobile and embedded appliances. In addition, Mimer SQL is equipped with an extensive multilingual support using collations.
When you install Mimer SQL, a default development edition license key is installed. This license covers basic usage for development purposes and enables 10 concurrent users.
If you want to use Mimer SQL for any purpose other than development, you must purchase a commercial license. Contact your Mimer SQL distributor, https://www.mimer.com/contactus/, to purchase the license you require. Your new license key will be sent to you via e-mail. You apply the new license key by using the mimlicense tool in the installation.
The Mimer SQL Documentation Set, Mimer JDBC Driver Guide, Mimer SQL Release Notes, and Mimer SQL Getting Started on Linux are available in the installation.
The Mimer SQL documentation set includes the following:
•SQL Reference Manual
•System Management Handbook
The documentation mentioned, except for the Release Notes, are also available on the Documentation page of the Mimer SQL Developer site, https://developer.mimer.com/products/documentation/.
For each command provided within the Mimer SQL installation, the options -? or --help can be used to retrieve a basic help text.
In addition, man pages are included in your Mimer SQL distribution. There are man pages for all commands available and for various configuration files, such as sqlhosts and multidefs. For general information about Mimer SQL, read the mimersql man page. Man pages are usually installed automatically at /usr/share/man when installing Mimer SQL.
Refer to the information provided by your operating system manufacturer concerning the Linux man and catman commands, and the use of the MANPATH environment variable.
The Mimer SQL Developer Site contains lots of useful information, like FAQ's, Howto's and articles: https://developer.mimer.com.
All manuals for Mimer SQL are gathered at https://docs.mimer.com.
For general information on Mimer SQL, please see https://www.mimer.com.