Stewart Smith wrote:
> 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.
Screw temp tables. If you're diskless, then you have RAM disks. If you
are doing things that need tmp tables that are so large you overrun your
RAM, you're doing something wrong and should be shot.