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From:Stewart Smith Date:December 19 2008 12:54am
Subject:Re: [Drizzle-discuss] dropping databases
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On Thu, Dec 18, 2008 at 05:33:38PM -0500, Jim Starkey wrote:
> While I don't expect to ever have a Nimbus storage engine for drizzle  
> (though a lot of other things I thought equally unlikely have happened),  
> Nimbus would have no foot print on the MySQL server disk whatsoever.   
> Ponder that!

Same for NDB - and yes, I've been thinking of it :)

diskless sql nodes...mmmm

oh temp tables, fooey.
-- 
Stewart Smith
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Re: [Drizzle-discuss] dropping databasesJim Starkey18 Dec
  • Re: [Drizzle-discuss] dropping databasesStewart Smith18 Dec
    • Re: [Drizzle-discuss] dropping databasesJim Starkey18 Dec
      • Re: [Drizzle-discuss] dropping databasesStewart Smith19 Dec
        • Re: [Drizzle-discuss] dropping databasesMonty Taylor19 Dec
          • Re: [Drizzle-discuss] dropping databasesStewart Smith19 Dec
Re: [Drizzle-discuss] dropping databasesJim Starkey19 Dec
  • Re: [Drizzle-discuss] dropping databasesStewart Smith19 Dec
    • Re: [Drizzle-discuss] dropping databasesTim Soderstrom19 Dec
Re: [Drizzle-discuss] dropping databasesTim Soderstrom19 Dec
Re: [Drizzle-discuss] dropping databasesRoy Lyseng19 Dec
Re: [Drizzle-discuss] dropping databasesTim Soderstrom19 Dec
  • Re: [Drizzle-discuss] dropping databasesRoy Lyseng19 Dec
    • Re: [Drizzle-discuss] dropping databasesTim Soderstrom19 Dec
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