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Mongo on AIX

 
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I have a largish Java app that will run in IBM J9 on AIX, but it needs a MongoDB and that would need to be deployed onto an AIX server for production.
Has anyone seen or heard of a build of MongoDB for AIX?

I am looking at building it from source on AIX 6.1 which should, in theory, be possible, except that the toolchain for building Mongo requires SCons, which in turn requires Python, all of which have to be built. It's a relatively long road that I would like to avoid if possible.

Any pointers?

Thanks.
 
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